Novelist Alice Hoffman is interviewed by Maribeth Fischer about her book “The World That We Knew,” which deals with the Jewish experinece in France during World War II.
Alice Hoffman answers audience questions posed by Jen Mason, History Book Festival co-founder.
Author Lynne Olson speaks to a full house at Bethel United Methodist Church about the book “Madame Fourcade’s Secret War,” the story of a daring young woman who led a spy network against Hitler.
Pulitzer Prizer winner Rick Atkinson opened the festival at Bethel United Methodist Church with a discussion about his book “The British Are Coming.”
Author Rion Amilcar Scott, right, is interviewed by David Warick about his story collection in “The World Doesn’t Require You.”
A book signing was held with the Children’s Literature Panel authors at Bethel UMC. Shown (l-r) are Michelle Meadows, Rachel Dougherty, and Patricia Valdez.
“Chelsea Girls” author Fiona Davis talks to a full house at the Lewes History Museum.
Casey Cep signs her book about Harper Lee, “Furious Hours.”
Ian Tattersall takes a taste of Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA.
Ronald Collins, right, shares some humor with author Stephen Budiansky about Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Robert L. Tsai, left, is interviewed about “Practical Equality” by Justice Randy Holland.
Pulitzer Prizer winner Rick Atkinson opened the festival at Bethel UMC with a discussion about his book “The British Are Coming.”
Children’s literature panelists (l-r) Michelle Meadows, Patricia Valdez and Rachel Dougherty discuss the history and research behind their books.
Margaret George signs her novel “The Splendor Before the Dark.”
Ian Tattersall, left, and Rob DeSalle held a Dogfish Head beer tasting to share their book, “A Natural History of Beer.”
Pulitzer Prizer winner Rick Atkinson signs copies of his books after the opening presentation at Bethel UMC.
Alice Hoffman signs copies of her books after the closing interview.
Jacob Shell shares a story about elephants from his research for his book “Giants of the Monsoon Forest.”