to Rawson Memorial Library
Meet a Michigan Author
discuss his book
of his book will be available
sale and signing by the author.
of the community
invited to attend
more information call 872-2856
Michigan author, Lawrence P. Adams, will be the guest speaker at the Monday, April 18 meeting of the Cass City Area Historical and Genealogy Society. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Rawson Memorial library.
Mr. Adams wrote the poignant book of life through the eyes of a throw-away child entitled “Lost Son? A Bastard Child’s Journey of Hope, Search, Discovery and Healing.” Mr. Adams’ story is told on the level of David Pelzer’s book “A Child Called It,” hoping to inspire others that anything can be overcome, as well as encouraging reform for the foster care system.
His is a story of hope after years in many different foster homes. He will also be talking about his new book due out this summer called “A Voice from the Voiceless Forgotten, An Anthology of a Foster Care System Child Survivor.”
Mr. Adams has had numerous articles published about the need for child welfare reform and has shared his inspiring message with groups around the country. He also speaks about his 20 years devoted to genealogy research.
Mr. Adams will have copies of his first book with him which will be available for sale and signing by the author after the program.
Members of the community are invited to meet this author and hear his story.