The NAU Bookstore will host a series of author events on the NAU campus. Authors will be available to sign books and speak with their readers. The first two events will be single author events and will be hosted in the NAU Bookstore. The third event is a multi-author event to be held in the Native American Cultural Center in honor of Native American Heritage Month in November.
The authors coming to campus include:
Linda Kranz – Only One You
11 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 20
Arizona resident and award winning author Linda Kranz is known as the creator of the best-selling children’s book Only One You. All of her books encourage friendship, creativity, individuality and appreciation for one another’s unique contributions.
Ned Wolf – Nandia’s Copper
10 a.m.-12 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 25
A new resident to Flagstaff, Wolf will be featuring his new young adult novel Nandia’s Copper, the first book in a series of visionary fiction dealing with telepathy, teleportation and effective healing.
Many Voices – Books by and about Native Americans
10 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 1
Native American Cultural Center
The event features: Peter Likins, professor emeritus of the University of Arizona and author of Coyote Speaks: Cross Country Run, Nolan Karras James, blues musician and illustrator of The Hero Twins, Nancy Rivest Green, author of On the Brink of Shards, and Millie Toms, author of Great Eagle Calling and Great Eagle Rising.