Redding Reads “My Brother Sam”

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Redding Reads “My Brother Sam”

The Library is celebrating the town’s 250th Anniversary with a town-wide read of “My Brother Sam is Dead,” by James and Christopher Collier, a historic novel set in Redding during the Revolutionary War. Read (or reread!) this award-winning novel and attend Library programs throughout the year to delve into the fascinating colonial history of Redding.

Display boxes with free copies of the book will be set up in several locations throughout town. Take a copy, read and enjoy it, then bring it back to the box or to the Library.

Upcoming Redding Reads Programs

Happy Birthday Redding!

October 12

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Twilight Colonial Graveyard Tour

October 27

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Drop by the Library to pick up a free map featuring town landmarks designed by Redding’s Amy Cabot. Take a picture with the book at any of the landmark(s) and post it with the hashtag, #ReddingReads, or email it to reddingreads@marktwainlibrary.org. You’ll be entered into a prize contest and we’ll use your photo in our displays!

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