GROWING UP IN THE REAL MISTER ROGERS’ NEIGHBORHOOD: AUTHOR TALKWednesday January 29, 2020
Presented by author Chris Rodell
In a world that cries out for civility and healing, there’s now an engaging book about Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood by an author who actually lives there.
Chris Rodell is releasing, "Growing Up in the REAL Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Life Lessons from the Heart of Latrobe, Pennsylvania.” Governor Tom Ridge says in the “REAL” foreword: “Rodell writes about Latrobe the way Sinatra sings about New York, unflinching about the gritty realities, but with abiding affection and relentless positivity about the future.”
Chris Rodell is the author of "Arnold Palmer: Homespun Stories Of The King,” the quirky book about his oddball friendship with one of the planet’s most popular and beloved men. His books include “Use All The Crayons! The Colorful Guide To Simple Human Happiness,” and “The Last Baby Boomer: The Story of the Ultimate Ghoul Pool,” a novel that was bestowed the 2017 TINARA Award for Outstanding Satire.
to go to the Bethel Park Public Library