Tolland Public Library Foundation to Hold Free Book Talk with Kristan Higgins on June 12

Kristan Higgins, a New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 novels, will give a free book talk at the Tolland Public Library on June 12 at 7 p.m. as part of the Tolland Public Library Foundation’s Eaton-Dimock-King Authors Series.
The Connecticut author’s books have been translated into two dozen languages and have sold millions of copies worldwide. She has appeared on the USA Today and Publishers Weekly bestselling authors list and has received dozens of accolades, including starred reviews from People, Kirkus, The New York Journal of Books and other publications.
Higgins will be discussing her latest novel, “A Little Ray of Sunshine,” during the talk at the library at 21 Tolland Green in Tolland, Connecticut. The book tells the story of Matthew, who walks into a bookstore owned by Harlow and surprises her with the news that he is the adopted son she gave up 18 years before.
It is also a surprise to Monica, Matthew’s adoptive mother, and the two families are redefined over that summer as both women learn that for them, there’s no limit to a mother’s love.
Registration is required for the talk. To register, visit, scroll down to the events calendar and click on June 12.
Since 2010, the Eaton-Dimock-King Authors Series has hosted a number of well-received writers, including Pulitzer Prize winners Dan Barry, Susan Campbell and Steven G. Smith as well as Lucy Neale Hurston, Caragh O’Brien, Dawn Metcalf, Jane Haddam and Susan Schoenberger.

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