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Author Joanne Levy, daughter of Marcia & Dan Levy, grew up attending Beth Jacob and will be presenting her new book, Fish Out of Water, on Zoom – we’d love you to join us! Following a short reading, we’ll discuss the book’s themes and how they’re relevant to today’s world. Joanne is happy to answer any questions, so come prepared!
If you’d like to read the book prior to the presentation, you can find signed copies at Different Drummer Books in Burlington, pick it up at your local library, or you can order the paperback or e-book from Chapters, Amazon, or direct from Orca Book Publishers.
Check out Joanne’s website at www.joannelevy.com.
“Twelve-year-old Fishel (Fish) Rosner doesn’t like regular “boy” things. He hates sports and would prefer to read or do crafts instead of climbing trees or riding dirt bikes with his friends. He also loves to dance. But all his interests are considered “girly.” Fish doesn’t get why that’s a bad thing. He’s just interested in different things than other boys. When he asks his Bubby to teach him to knit, she tells him to go play outside. When he begs his mom to take him to Zumba, she enrolls him in water polo instead. Why does everyone else get to decide what Fish should or shouldn’t do?”