Highlights from the April 2014 Book Tour – NYC & DC
Celebrating publication of Margot Friedlander's award winning memoir,
"Try to Make Your Life" A Jewish Girl Hiding in Nazi Berlin.
NEW YORK CITY
- Wednesday April 2nd, at 92nd Street Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association
Book Launch Special Event and Reception for Margot Friedlander
- Friday April 4th, at 92nd Street Y
Book Reading and Signing by Margot Friedlander, author and Holocaust survivor.For the 92Y Himan Brown Senior Program • The Mildred and Emanuel Goldberg Special Fridays Program
- April 7th, at New York University. Movie, Book Siging and Reception.
Click here to read the NYU news article about the event (by Juliane Camfield).
Margot Friedlander read from "Try to Make Your Life" and attendees viewed the documentary, A Long Way Home, featuring Margot Friedlander, directed by Thomas Halaczinsky, and introduced by Juliane Camfield. Following was a book signing and wine reception.
- A student event was held at the Park Avenue Synagogue.
- Thursday April 10th, at the Goethe Institute Washington, DC, 6:30 PM, Book Launch event, reading and signing, was introduced by the book's translator Bill Gilcher. National Public Radio recorded the evening and spoke with Mrs. Friedlander.
Click here for the NPR article and recording of the event.
- Student events at Winston Churchill High School and the German School of Washington.
Click here to read the Gazette newspaper article about the Churchill HS event.
For more information, contact Don Koller: email@example.com