Book Talk with Nancy McCabe: From Little Houses to Little Women
A typical travel book takes readers along on a trip with the author, but a great travel book does much more than that, inviting readers along on a mental and spiritual journey as well. This distinction is what separates Nancy McCabe’s From Little Houses to Little Women from the typical and allows it to take its place not only as a great travel book but also as a memoir about the children’s books that have shaped all of our imaginations. This Book Talk will delight anyone who has had a deep connection to such children's books, whether they are 10 or 100 years old, or somewhere in between! For more information, see this brief introduction on YouTube.
About the Author
Nancy McCabe (nancymccabe.net) grew up in Kansas just a few hours from the Ingalls family’s home in Little House on the Prairie. She now directs the writing program at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford and teaches in the low residency MFA program at the Spalding University School of Creative and Professional Writing. She is the author of four previous books of nonfiction, and a novel, her most recent of which was published in 2020 by the University of Missouri Press, Can This Marriage Be Saved?: A Memoir.
- Thursday, April 22, 2021
- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
- Event: Public - Registration Required
This presentation is being cosponsored by the University of Missouri Press, publisher of the book From Little Houses to Little Women: Revisiting a Literary Childhood by Nancy McCabe (2014).
For more information, please contact Marie Concannon of MU Libraries at email@example.com.