Tell the Wolves I'm Home
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What is this mysterious disease called AIDS and why is everyone so angry and afraid to talk about what June's beloved Uncle Finn died from?
June: A beautiful and quirky coming of age story of the 1980s, dealing with AIDS, art, siblings and complex family dynamics and fascinating characters.
Man what a beautiful book! A coming of age story in 1980s NYC involving a quirky teen who 1) would rather live in the Middle Ages and 2) has just lost her beloved uncle Finn to AIDS. A great book for anyone who has experienced a great loss, who has simultaneously loved and hated a sibling with... Read More »
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Read: "Tell the Wolves I'm Home"
We recommend "Tell the Wolves I'm Home" by Carol Rifka Brunt in this 30-second booktalk.
Carol Rifka Brunt Author Talk at Darien Public Library
Carol Rifka Brunt speaks at the Darien Public Library. At first, the video is focused on the podium, but the author chooses not to stand at the podium, and they move the video a few seconds in. Be patient. Worth it.