Local authors Kathy Kesner and Irene Kueh release 4th book
available Saturday at Lincoln Public Library
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Lincoln residents Kathy
Kesner and Irene Kueh have recently completed the fourth book in their "Land
and Sea" series of children's books. This new title, "Learning the Opposites
at the Library with Lane and Shelby," features the two dogs who captured the
colors in "Finding the Rainbow" (book three in the series).
In the new book, children are
introduced to the concept of opposites as they spend a day at the
library with the two happy canine friends. Each opposite is
presented in the form of a whimsical rhyme and accompanied by a
full-color illustration. There is also a catchy refrain that repeats
throughout the book.
of the book, which is dedicated to the Lincoln Public Library
District, was presented to library director Richard Sumrall
On Saturday, Dec. 14, there will be
a book signing in the Carnegie building of the Lincoln Public
Library, 725 Pekin St., from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. At that time, all
four children's books in the series will be available and can be
personalized by the authors.
In addition, books that Kueh has
published may be purchased at the signing, and there will be an
opportunity to enter a drawing for one of her titles.
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The books are also carried by Prairie
Years, 121 N. Kickapoo Street in Lincoln; Horsefeathers, 104 Gov.
Oglesby St. in Elkhart; and are available through Amazon.