THE Tattooist of Auschwitz author Heather Morris will speak at the Frankston Arts Centre next month.
Ms Morris has sold more than eight million books worldwide. She says that her latest novel Three Sisters is an uplifting story of siblings “whose promise to each other kept them alive in a place without hope”.
Ms Morris in conversation with Claire Halliday will take place at the Arts Centre at 7pm, 14 February.
Ms Morris is not the only author to appear around Frankston in the weeks to come. Dr Winnie Waudo will appear at Carrum Downs Library to run a cooking demonstration and speak about her book On My Kenyan Plate.
Dr Waudo’s library event will be on 10 February at 7pm.
Carrum Downs Library will also host Annette Subhani next month, author of Your Road-Map to Wellbeing. The author of the self-help book will speak from 7.30pm on 17 February.
NGV Kids on Tour will also make its way to local libraries in the next month. Children will be able to get their hands on take home art kits to create their own artworks. Kits are available from Frankston and Seaford libraries on 24 January, with a limited supply.
For a full list of upcoming library events visit library.frankston.vic.gov.au