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Dear Haiti, Love Alaine with Maika & Maritza Moulite and Friends

Event date: 
Wednesday, September 4, 2019 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm

Join Charis in welcoming sister writing duo, Maika and Maritza Moulite as they celebrate their debut coming of age epistolary novel, Dear Haiti, Love Alaine. The Moulite sisters will be in conversation with local YA authors, Nic Stone, Gilly Segal, and Kimberly Jones to discuss their love of reading and their novel Dear Haiti, Love Alaine. 

About Dear Haiti, Love Alaine: When a school presentation goes very wrong, Alaine Beauparlant finds herself suspended, shipped off to Haiti and writing the report of a lifetime. You might ask the obvious question: What do I, a seventeen-year-old Haitian American from Miami with way too little life experience, have to say about anything? Actually, a lot. Thanks to "the incident" (don't ask), I'm spending the next two months doing what my school is calling a "spring volunteer immersion project." It's definitely no vacation. I'm toiling away under the ever-watchful eyes of Tati Estelle at her new nonprofit. And my lean-in queen of a mother is even here to make sure I do things right. Or she might just be lying low to dodge the media sharks after a much more public incident of her own...and to hide a rather devastating secret. All things considered, there are some pretty nice perks...like flirting with Tati's distractingly cute intern, getting actual face time with my mom and experiencing Haiti for the first time. I'm even exploring my family's history--which happens to be loaded with betrayals, superstitions and possibly even a family curse. You know, typical drama. But it's nothing I can't handle.

The event is free and open to the public and the suggested donation is $5. 

Event address: 
Charis Books and More
184 S. Candler St.
Decatur, GA 30030
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$17.09
ISBN: 9781335777096
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Inkyard Press - September 3rd, 2019

When a school presentation goes very wrong, Alaine Beauparlant finds herself suspended, shipped off to Haiti and writing the report of a lifetime...

You might ask the obvious question: What do I, a seventeen-year-old Haitian American from Miami with way too little life experience, have to say about anything?


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