Twesigye Jackson Kaguri Brings ‘Price of Stones’ to Liberty Street

Cover ImageI hate to be a sponge, but why reinvent the wheel? To read up on the wonders of author Twesigye Jackson Kaguri, link to the following posts –

Free Press Special Writer Christopher Walton:  Writer Builds School for AIDS Orphans

Journalist Bill Castanier’s article on blog site:  Mittenlit

The Liberty Street Borders in Ann Arbor will host author and activist Twesigye Jackson Kaguri tonight, June 15, 2010 at 7:00 pm for a discussion and signing of his book The Price of Stones:  Building a School for My Village. As always, call and confirm dates and times before heading out the door.

*Support your local bookstores, libraries, and universities. It matters.

-Post by Megan Shaffer

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2 responses to “Twesigye Jackson Kaguri Brings ‘Price of Stones’ to Liberty Street

  1. Yes, TJK is an amazing human being. Your readers might be interested in a short podcast episode I did with him called “It takes children to raise a village:” http://www.bookpod.org/it-takes-children-to-raise-a-village/

    (Additional audio is at http://bookpod.wordpress.com/2010/09/19/twesigye-jackson-kaguri-talks-about-the-price-of-stones/ )

    Glad to have stumbled upon your blog.

    • Megan Shaffer

      Hi Barbara,
      I can’t really tell you why your comment took so long to appear on my site. My apologies for my very delayed response to your kind and insightful comments.
      Sincerely,
      Megan Shaffer
      Night Light Revue

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