March 22, 2019

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

Lisa Vest from the Farmington Public Library reads The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson, Room on the Broom also by Julia Donaldson, and The Tale of Peter Rabbit, by Beatrix Potter.

Janet Greger uses real science and her own experiences as, among other things, a pet therapist to write her stories.

Sarah, an Albuquerian from Louisiana, talks about her murder mysteries set in New Orleans’ area during prohibition.

March 15, 2019

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

Kristin DeVargas from the Farmington Public Library reads Unicorn Thinks Hes Pretty Great by Bob Shea, Dinosaur Mardi Gras by Dianne de Las Casas, Thelma the Unicorn by Aaron Blabey and Buying, Training and Caring for Your Dinosaur by Laura Joy Rennert.

Janet shares how Harriet Murphy, a strong single woman in the early nineteenth century, was based on a true person.

Ross, illustrator, author of children’s books, and sculptor, reads from and tells us about his creations.

March 8, 2019

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

Victoria Wright from the Farmington Public Library reads Insomniacs by Karina Wolf, Wide-Awake Bear by Pat Zietlow Miller, Bedtime is Canceled by Cece Meng, and The Nuts: Bedtime at the Nut House by Eric Litwin.

Bruce talks from Silver City, NM, about this historical fiction novel and its close ties to real life.

Jeanne tells about her experiences in Hawaii and with the language, and how she uses that in her cozy mysteries, from her home in Tucson, AZ.

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