|TALK Book Discussion||
"On the Lighter Side" is the Fall 2013 TALK book discussion series through the Kansas Humanities Council.
Standing in the Rainbow, by Fannie Flagg
Flagg takes us to Elmwood Springs, Missouri, where we meet Bobby Smith, a 10-year-old living an idyllic postwar boyhood; his mother, Neighbor Dorothy, broadcasts her Midwest housewife's radio show; and later on, Tot Whooten, a very incompetent hairdresser; mortician Cecil Figgs; Hamm Sparks, the tractor salesman turned politician and many, many others.
Discussion Leader: Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, Lawrence
Call us: 620-663-5441
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