A sister lost. A body found. The truth buried.
The ONE CAME HOME Audiobook:
The audiobook got a starred review in the 4/2014 edition of School Library Journal! Here's a snippet: "Georgie's quest, along with the narrator's perfect pacing, will quickly draw readers in..." Go Tara Sands!
Photos from Lifeline Theatre's theatrical adaptation
of One Came Home here!
Discuss! Discuss! Discuss!
We've got an Activity Kit/Discussion guide for One Came Home. Feel free to download and distribute to anyone and everyone.
Go local buying my book
If you've got a local bookstore, you can go LOCAL. Buying locally will help build the kind of book-loving community we readers like to reside in. So I'd love it if you supported your local bookstore by buying a copy of my book. Click the link below to buy local!
No bookstores in your neck of the woods, but still determined to buy from a mom and pop-type bookstore? How about one that supports Chicago authors? In that case, let me loan you a few of my favorites. They're wonderful folks and would love to ship you the book. Here's a list:
- The Book Cellar (Chicago/Lincoln Square)
- City Lit Bookstore (Chicago/Logan Square)
- Sandmeyer's Bookstore (Chicago/near Mag Mile)
- Barbara's Bookstore (several locations)
- Unabridged Books (Chicago/Lakeview)
- 57th Street Books (Hyde Park -- President Obama's neighborhood bookshop!)
- Magic Tree Bookstore (Oak Park, IL)
- The Book Stall (Winnetka, IL)
- Townhouse Books (St. Charles, IL -- hands down, best banana cream pie too!)
- Women & Children First (Chicago/Andersonville)
- Anderson's Bookshop (Naperville, IL)
- Lake Forest Book Store (Lake Forest, IL)
- Seminary Co-Operative Bookstore (Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago)
Here are a few bookstores that are outside of Chicago, but who have invited me to come sign at their stores. Support them too!