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Deborah Hicks: Signing and Discussing "The Road Out: A Teacher’s Odyssey in Poor America"

Emmi MacIntyre
2 p.m., Saturday March 30
"The Road Out is vital and enriching. I think it's an important book that should be required reading for every American who's concerned with education of the poorest and most forgotten in our society. The stories [in this book] filled me with outrage and sorrow. But there's hope here, as well, and with more teachers like Deborah Hicks, perhaps that ray of hope will grow to a beam...and then to a flood." — Stephen King

CONTACT: Cory Alice Andre-Johnson, 510-643-2023

    



Where: Joseph-Beth Booksellers - Cincinnati
Phone: 513-396-8960
Address: 2692 Madison Road
Website: josephbeth.com

Joseph-Beth Booksellers - Cincinnati

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