Adrienne Ross Scanlan - "Turning Homeward"

Adrienne Ross Scanlan - "Turning Homeward"

Set in Seattle and Western Washington's urban and suburban altered landscapes, "Turning Homeward" shares the complicated joys of rolling up one's sleeves to help repair our beautiful, broken world.
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  • Thu, Nov 10, 2016 from 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM
  • Basecamp Books and Bites
    110 W Pennsylvania Ave, Box 850, Roslyn, WA 98941
  • Erika Lundahl
  • erikal@mountaineersbooks.org
  • Mountaineers Books
  • The Mountaineers
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Author Adrienne Ross Scanlan  will be reading from her new book, Turning Homeward, a deeply personal journey of a newcomer to the Pacific Northwest who learns that home isn't simply where you live, but where you create belonging.

Set in Seattle and Western Washington's urban and suburban "altered" landscapes, Turning Homeward creates an accessible narrative of the complicated joys of rolling up one's sleeves to help repair our beautiful, broken world.

Scanlan's personal story blends into the natural history of Puget Sound and the tangled issues around urban renewal and river restoration. 

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