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Miami Dade College presents the 40th annual Miami Book Fair November 12 through November 19. An eight-day celebration of, by, and for authors, books, and the people who love them. The Fair features more than 400 authors and presenters from across the country and globe; more than 200 in-person and on-demand programs delivered in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole and French; the signature "Evenings With" lineup, including Kerry Washington with
Kirsten Hines and Jacki Levine come together for a conversation entitled Chronicling the Sunshine State. In Wild Florida: An Animal Odyssey Kirsten Hines provides a captivating visual and narrative journey into the ecology of the state's animals. Jacki Levine's Once Upon a Time in Florida: Stories of Life in the Land of Promises is an anthology of 50 intriguing stories of life in the Sunshine State by some of the
Join Miami Book Fair for an author panel and discussion with four memoirists who share their experience growing up as first generation Americans. In First Gen: A Memoir, Alejandra Campoverdi retraces her trajectory as a Mexican American woman raised by an immigrant single mother in Los Angeles. In Ava Chin's Mott Street: A Chinese American Family's Story of Exclusion and Homecoming, she traces her decades-long quest to understand her family's
In 1964, Beatlemania exploded in the United States as the Fab Four appeared live on The Ed Sullivan Show and toured the country. On that visit, The Beatles spent more time in Florida than anywhere else. In Good Day Sunshine State: How the Beatles Rocked Florida, author and journalist Bob Kealing explores the band's influence on the people and culture of the state. Joining him in conversation is radio personality