Join Scott Curtis, book discussion leader, as we engage in a discussion of the memoir The Distance Between Us, by Reyna Grande.
There is another often untold side to the immigrant experience—of those who get left behind. Using a non-linear narrative style, where the pieces don't fall into place until the very end, Grande takes readers on a journey inside the lives of the people of Mexico who are left behind in the phenomenon of migration to the United States.
Books by the author are available at the Miller Nichols Library Circulation Desk. The discussion is free and open to all.
The book discussion is hosted in conjunction with the 10th Annual Social Justice Book Lecture on October 13. Click here for more information.