Live at the Chatham Bookstore!
Please join us for a reading and conversation with Adelia Moore, author of Being the Grownup: Love, Limits, and the Natural Authority of Parenthood.
In her book, Moore helps parents translate their determination to care for and protect their children into the clarity they need to communicate authority with a firm confidence, whether for bedtime, screen-time or mealtime.
“Drawing deeply from the well of her experience as mother, grandmother, and psychotherapist, [Moore] has written a very wise book.” –Carol Gilligan, professor of Humanities and Applied Psychology, NYU
Free. Refreshments will be served.
Our second exhibit of oil paintings on canvas by Stella Elliston will open on Friday, April 26. Entitled “Quiet Light,” the show runs through June 24.
Elliston, who lives in Alford, MA, graduated from Ohio University with a BA in English/Fine Arts. Says Elliston, “It has been my good fortune to study with very fine painters in the area who have taught me a great deal about composition, light, shadow, and the poetry that can live in a painting.”
She especially enjoys having her work in cafes and bookstores, where the life of the community thrives. Welcome!
Listen in: Book Picks from Thomas Chulak and Joanne Trapanese
– Sonny’s Bridge by Barry Wittenstein
– a quick shout-out for Hey Kiddo by Jarret Krosoczka
– A Good American Family by David Maraniss
– This America: A Case for the Nation by Jill Lepore
– K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches by Tyler Kepner
– Being the Grownup: Love, Limits, and the Natural Authority of Parenthood by Adelia Moore
The Chatham Bookstore hosts a nonfiction book group focusing on current affairs, history and biography. It meets at the store on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 pm and is open to new members.
July’s choice is Mama’s Last Hug: Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves by Frans de Waal.
For more information, contact Bill O’Neill at 518-794-6118 or email Bill.