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Children Poet Kenn Nesbitt in Richland WashingtonAmerican children’s poet Kenn Nesbitt named “Children’s Poet Laureate” by the Poetry Foundation, a Chicago-based American foundation created to promote poetry in the wider culture will be at Richland Public Library on May 15 at 7:00 in the evening for a night of book reading and signing.

Who is Kenn Nesbitt?
Born in Berkeley, California, Kenn grew up in Fresno and San Diego and attended National University in San Diego, where he majored in computer science. According to former Children’s Poet Laureate J. Patrick Lewis, Nesbitt’s poetry for children is “irrepressible, unpredictable, and raucously popular." In addition, Nesbitt's poems usually deal with humorous, relatable situations that verge on the madcap. He now lives in Spokane, Washington with his…

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Tri Cities Cancer Center Book Reading – Leading a Charmed LifeCancer is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. In Washington alone, an estimated 37,290 new cancer cases was projected last year. This figure goes to show how big a problem cancer is.

It’s a good thing that certain types of cancer can be treated. However, not many people know what to do or how they should react when diagnosed with the dreaded disease.

Book Reading for Cancer Awareness
So if you know someone, a friend or a member of the family, who has been diagnosed with cancer, invite them to join you on February 10, 2014 at the Tri Cities Cancer Center from 12 noon to 1PM for a book reading session entitled “Leading a Charmed Life” – My Journey through Cancer Treatment.

She’s a Survivor
Gayle Bittinger, a local author, will…

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