Sally Alexander’s National Library Week Column

 

Local author Sally Hobart Alexander’s column in today’s Post-Gazette is a moving account of how she became a reader and a lifelong learner.    Her essay is focused on books and reading, but along the way we see tantalizing glimpses into Sally’s life.   Our interest is piqued.  We want to know more. 

Luckily, Sally has given us the whole story. Read her two-part autobiography Taking Hold: My Journey Into Blindness and On My Own: The Jouney Continues. (Click on the titles to request your copies.)

Then keep reading, and see how she lives, works, cooks, plays, and parents in Do You Remember the Color Blue?

And now that you know Sally Alexander, you will want to spend more time with her.  Let her tell you stories and introduce you to fascinaing people — and animals.

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