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WHC’s Edlavitch Tyser Family Relations Forum is thrilled to welcome author Arielle Silverman to discuss her book Just Human: The Quest for Disability Wisdom, Respect, and Includsion.
Sunday, March 5 at 10:30 am at Temple
This program is free and open to everyone, but RSVP is required.
Check back soon for RSVP info!
Click here to purchase this book through WHC’s Mitzvah Mall.
About the Book:
Wealthy, beautiful Naneé was born with a spirit of adventure. For her, learning to fly is freedom. When German tanks roll across the border and into Paris, this woman with an adorable dog and a generous heart joins the resistance. Known as the Postmistress because she delivers information to those in hiding, Naneé uses her charms and skill to house the hunted and deliver them to safety.
Photographer Edouard Moss has escaped Germany with his young daughter only to be interned in a French labor camp. His life collides with Nanée’s in this sweeping tale of romance and danger set in a world aflame with personal and political passion.
Inspired by the real life Chicago heiress Mary Jayne Gold, who worked with American journalist Varian Fry to smuggle artists and intellectuals out of France, The Postmistress of Paris is the haunting story of an indomitable woman whose strength, bravery, and love is a beacon of hope in a time of terror.
About the Author:
Meg Waite Clayton is the New York Times bestselling author of eight novels, including the forthcoming The Postmistress of Paris and the National Jewish Book Award finalist The Last Train to London (publishing in 20 languages). A graduate of the University of Michigan law school, Meg’s short works have appeared in major newspapers and magazines and on public radio.
Sunday, March 5
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Adult Ed, Lecture
3935 Macomb Street NW
Washington, DC 20016
11810 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854
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