Come celebrate the history of Arizona State University!
Meet Stephanie R. de Lusé, PhD and Denise E. Bates, PhD, authors of the new book Arizona State University.
Saturday, September 29th at 4 p.m.
Changing Hands Bookstore
6428 S. McClintock Dr.
Tempe, AZ 85283
Books will be available for purchase at the event. Admission is free!
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11 thoughts on “ASU History Book Launch”
Sounds fun! What a great excuse to get out and buy some more books 🙂
Sadly I’ll be at work for this book event but it looks rather exciting! They mentioned it to everyone who came to the Damien Echols book signing too.
I likely won’t be able to attend either since my only transportation Tempe at the moment is the campus shuttles and to my knowledge they don’t run on Saturdays. Hopefully I can catch the next one though! Brooke is right: this would be a great excuse to buy more books. 🙂
Changing Hands has a great atmosphere! I’ve been there multiple times. It’s the perfect place to host an event like this.
I love it when Changing Hands has events like this! I’m going to try and see if I can make it. It’s always great to get new books and connect with other booklovers.
I love Changing Hands and I’m bummed that I won’t be able to make this. Events like this really are fun opportunities to meet new people and find some new books!
Changing Hands hosts reading/literary events pretty often and it is a great way to get together with people who love reading and writing. Perhaps next time! 🙂
I’m sad that I missed this! I was working. I’ve been meaning to check out Changing Hands since last year!
Big fan of Changing Hands and their commitment to the writing community. Thanks for all you do.
It’s such a shame I wasn’t able to go to this! This would have been the perfect opportunity to check out Changing Hands. Hopefully we can all go next time!
I wish I would’ve attended, but I was also working. I haven’t been to Changing Hands yet, but it seems like a nice place to meet book-lovers.
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