4 pm | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Join Prescott Author and Illustrator Diane Iverson for a reading from Hannah's Heart and a conversation about research into Prescott's Depression era history for this work of historical fiction.
Hannah’s Heart play, adapted and directed by Melanie Ewbank, is a holiday fundraiser for Prescott area residents struggling with poverty. It will premiere at the Ruth Street Theatre, Prescott High School Campus, 1050 N Ruth Street, Prescott.
Performances: November 30, 2018 at 7pm • December 1, 2018 at 7pm • December 2, 2018 at 3 pm
Iverson will have play tickets and raffle tickets on hand to sell.
Tickets are also available through Brown Paper Tickets. *A percentage of book sales and all ticket sales support services to local low-income families and individuals through the Coalition for Compassion and Justice, and the PUSD Family Resource Center.
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About the Book
Prescott was declared Arizona's official Christmas City by Gov. Rose Mofford in 1989, but it was the perfect place for an old-fashioned family Christmas long before that. With its lovely Victorian houses and charming town square set in lights for the season, it's easy to go back in time. In December of 1935, during the Great Depression, Hannah Grace Meadows was just short of eleven years old. Her papa was a ranch hand, coming home to his family of seven every weekend he was able to get away from the job. Still, money was very tight, so Hannah came up with what she thought was a clever plan to help Santa out a bit. That's when things got worse. Join Hannah on a Prescott style Christmas adventure.
About the Author
Diane Iverson was born in Fresno, California and raised just outside the small San Joaquin Valley farming town of Kerman. She grew up on a cotton, alfalfa and dairy farm. Diane is the author and/or illustrator of over 20 books. Her illustrations are in the permanent collections of the Arne Nixon Center for the Study of Children's Literature (Fresno, California) and the Mazza Museum of International Art from Children's Books (Findlay, Ohio). She works primarily in colored pencil on Bristol board. She also enjoys rendering in pencil. Diane is a founding member of the Coalition for Compassion and Justice, a nonprofit that addresses the needs of low-income residents in Yavapai County, Arizona. She is the recipient of the 2016 Albert Lovejoy Social Justice Award. Diane and her husband, Doug Iverson, have made their home in Prescott, Arizona since 1996. They have two daughters and seven grandchildren. Learn more about Diane Iverson »