Reading Across Rhode Island Kick-Off

Fire Keeper's Daughters book cover



Reading Across Rhode Island, Rhode Island’s One Book, One State community read program kicks off its 20th year by encouraging everyone to read Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley with this year’s Honorary Chair Lorén Spears, Narragansett, Executive Director of Tomaquag Museum.

“As an Indigenous educator, it is my pleasure to be the Honorary Chair for the 2022 Reading Across Rhode Island. FIREKEEPER’S DAUGHTER  is a page turner allowing the audience to learn about the complexities of Indigenous life in the 21st century. We look forward to engaging the community in enriching dialogue around this intriguing mystery novel.” – Lorén Spears

I’m thrilled that FIREKEEPER’S DAUGHTER has been selected for the Reading Across Rhode Island. What an honor! I look forward to chatting with everyone.”-Angeline Boulley

Reading Across Rhode Island is a program of the Rhode Island Center for the Book, made possible through a vibrant collaboration of librarians, teachers, book group leaders and readers from across the state.

Event Type: Reading Group

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