DEARBORN, MI – In honor of National Arab American Heritage Month, the Dearborn Public Library will welcome local author Reda Taleb for a Fireside Chat and reading of her children’s book, “Noura’s Extraordinary Superpower: A Book for Youth with Incarcerated Loved Ones and How to Activate the Innate Superpower of Empathy for Healing.”
The event will take place at 6 p.m. April 26 in room M15 of Henry Ford Centennial Library, 16301 Michigan Ave. Registration is required.
Light refreshments will be served, and copies of the book will be available for sale, as well as a book signing following the event. Children who attend will receive a care kit that includes affirmation cards, self-regulation exercises, and a journal.
The book is aimed at children in kindergarten through fifth grade, but the program is open to all ages.
The registration page can be accessed by going to http://bit.ly/3KkDJKI, or locate the event in the Library’s events calendar at dearbornlibrary.org,
More information can be found on the Library’s website, dearbornlibrary.org, or by calling 313-943-2330. Follow the Dearborn Public Library on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay informed about other upcoming programs and announcements.