Talking About Grief and Loss with Author & Illustrator Cori Doerrfeld

‘Talking About Grief and Loss with Author & Illustrator Cori Doerrfeld’ Nov. 9 at Library Center

Patrons of all ages are invited to attend Talking About Grief and Loss with Author & Illustrator Cori Doerrfeld from 6-7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9, in the Library Center auditorium, 4653 S. Campbell Ave.

No matter our age, there are times when we all struggle with loss and grief - whether it’s over the death of loved one, a friend moving away or a bad day. Children’s author and illustrator Cori Doerrfeld finds that often what a person needs is someone who will just listen, a message she conveys in “The Rabbit Listened,” a 2019 Missouri Building Block Picture Book Award nominee. Cori will read and talk about her books, including the recently released “Goodbye, Friend! Hello, Friend!” and the ways we can help ourselves and others when life gets difficult and our emotions become awkward and uncomfortable. Select titles will be available for purchase and signing. Cookie dough bites courtesy of Crave Cookie Dough. Sponsored by the Library Foundation.

This event is part of the Library’s Death & Dying: Conversations on End-of-Life Matters series. Visit thelibrary.org/death to find out about other events in the series.

For more information on this free program call 882-0714.

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