Lewes Public Library to host changing Chesapeake series

Everyone knows that the region is changing because of human activity "� people see it around them every day. But what kind of impact are these changes having on the animal and plant life of the area? How do they affect the families and people who live in and love the area? What is the region's past and what is its future?

The Lewes Public Library explores these questions and others through a Delmarva Discussions reading series "The Chesapeake Bay: End of an Era." Books will include "Maryland's Eastern Shore" by John Wennersten, "Done Crabbin'" by Gilbert Byron, "Jacob Have I Loved" by Katherine Paterson, "Bay Country" by Tom Horton, and "Entailed Hat" by George Alfred Townsend. Find out more at www.leweslibrary.org or on the Delmarva Discussions webpage. (Cape Gazette)

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