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Author Talk with Heather B. Moore: Home

PCC Library Author Talk

On Friday November 13th, 2020 the PCC Library welcomed historical fiction author, Heather B. Moore.

Heather’s book the Paper Daughters of Chinatown is a historical fiction novel that has been named one of the best new books by the American Library Association, and the Historical Novel Society called her book, meticulously researched.

The book takes place in San Francisco in the 1890s at the Occidental Home for Girls. The book highlights all of the impacts, conflicts, and the enduring effects of human trafficking from the view of those who were trafficked, those who were trying to help, and those who were a part of the trafficking system. This guide contains the recording of the event as well as resources mentioned by the author as well as those cited in the book.

Connect with the author, Heather B. Moore

                          

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Books

Author Talk Recording

The Paper Daughters of Chinatown