Rossland author reading new novel Saturday

Rossland author Yolanda Ridge will be releasing her new novel this weekend and reading at Cafe Books West.

Rossland author Yolanda Ridge will be releasing her new novel this weekend.

Ridge will be at Cafe Books West Saturday from 1 – 2 p.m. to read from the novel Road Block, the sequel to her first book Trouble in the Trees, the first of the Orca Young Readers series.

The books are aimed at readers 8 – 11 years old and cover themes like courage, activism and leadership.

The book centres around a young girl named Bree who goes to spend the summer at her grandma’s farm in Ontario. The only problem is the farm will soon be bulldozed to make way for a superhighway

The books are on sale at Cafe Books West in Rossland and free juice and cupcakes will be served at the book launch and reading.

The event is Saturday from 1 – 2 p.m. at Cafe Books West. For more info call Cafe Books West at 362-5333.

 

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