Join us for this in-person author event with Chellie Kew, author of Crow and a Red Feather.
This event is free to attend, registration is required due to limited space.
The event will include a presentation from the author regarding the book and her writing experience, an audience Q&A, and a book signing.
Crow and a Red Feather is a story about survival, love, and courage, and about beating the odds. Written in a style that is both lyrical and evocative.
As it opens, an African crow looks down on this scene in the Namibian desert. Readers can smell and taste the blood and gasoline and feel an overwhelming thirst as a woman staggers out into the desert with
a concussion and broken ribs. She is befriended by the trickster crow, and by an old gray-coated, yellow toothed baboon - a friend that she believes will offer up his life if a predator comes to take her down.
Woven into this beautiful and true parable are life's lessons learned under the most life-threatening, heartbreaking, and poignant situations. It inspires you and will change the way you look at your own life.
EXPERIENCE IN DIRECTING A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION TO MAKE AN IMMEDIATE AND TANGIBLE IMPACT ON THOUSANDS OF LIVES IN AFRICA. MANAGE THE ADVOCACY EFFORTS AND DEVELOP RELATIONSHIPS TO ENCOURAGE SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION AND CHANGE. INCREASE AWARENESS AND PARTICIPATION THROUGH PUBLICATIONS, LECTURES, FUNDRAISING EVENTS, AND EXHIBITIONS. KEW IS THE AUTHOR OF AFRICAN JOURNAL: A CHILD’S CONTINENT, PUBLISHED IN 2003.