Meet the Author of Books That Transport to Other Places at Barrington Public Library


Meet the author Donna DeLeo Bruno for a book presentation and signing of her book, Books That Transport to Other Places published in August 2017 at Barrington Public Library on Thursday, May 24 at 6:30 pm in the Collis Family Gallery.

Includes reviews of books too-good-to miss with a supplement for and about kids.

Donna DeLeo Bruno was a teacher of writing and literature for 35 years at Barrington High School. She has loved books and relished reading for as far back as she can remember. Since retirement she shares her immense enjoyment and keen appreciation of books and writing styles with presentations at libraries, book clubs, and women's groups. Donna earned a BA in English from Rhode Island College, an MA equivalency from combined studies at the University of Rhode Island, Providence College, Salve Regina College, and Roger Williams College, as well as a Critics Teacher's Certificate from Brown University (Extension), all in Rhode Island. A poet, essayist, short story writer, and author of three books, she has been published in Goose River Press Anthology, 2015, 2016, 2017. In addition she has been a book reviewer for East Bay Newspapers (RI) as well as The John Knox Village Gazette (Florida). She and her husband split their time between Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and their native Bristol.

Event Date
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Event time
6:30 PM
Cost / donation

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