Fall Feast of Words

Fall Feast of Words

October 3–November 2, 2023

Words teach, entertain, provoke thought, provide insight, and help to give our lives meaning. Through Fall Feast of Words, the Strathcona County Library celebrates the importance of the written word and brings it to life by hosting a series of authors in conversation. Join us to connect with other readers, learn about how writers write, and celebrate stories.

Books by This Year's Authors

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SCL_Amy said:

Only the best kind of books make you root for an escaped murderer with a ridiculous mustache. The small town of Crow Valley is anything but quiet and boring…

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SCL_Karla said:

As someone who loves an anxious cat and often feels overwhelmed with how to best care for them, I found this book to be a very insightful and thoughtful…

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SCL_AdultPicks said:

This book is so wonderfully unique it almost defies description. To start with, the book is narrated by the 600-year-old Karlův Bridge. The bridge is self-aware…

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SCL_AdultPicks said:

Zazie Todd is an engaging and encouraging science writer, and a certified dog trainer, who is passional about good animal welfare. In Wag she covers it…

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