Children’s Event with Kathy Lowinger and Jennifer Mook-Sang

Janet Aston

April 21, 2017 @ 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Queen Elizabeth School
35 Barker Street
ON K0K 2T0
Books & Company

Children’s Event at Queen Elizabeth School

  • Kathy Lowinger (Give Me Wings! How a Choir of Former Slaves Took on the World)
  • Jennifer Mook-Sang (Speechless)

About the authors:

Kathy Lowinger

Kathy Lowinger’s first book was Shifting Sands: Life in the Times of Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. Her latest book, Give Me Wings! How a Choir of Former Slaves Took on the World (Fall 2015) tells the story of Ella Sheppard, a girl born into slavery in the 1800s, who went on to form the Jubilee Singers. The Jubilees influenced modern American music with their spirituals, thrilling white audiences who were used to more sedate songs. Kathy lives in Toronto with her husband, Bill Harnum and a menagerie of cats and dogs. In addition to writing, Kathy is a dedicated pianist.

Jennifer Mook-Sang

Jennifer Mook-Sang lives and writes (while chuckling to herself) with her husband and two sons in Burlington, Ontario. She has a master’s degree in psychology and has worked with children of all ages in health and educational settings. She has volunteered as a reading coach and co-ordinator for literacy programs in local schools. Jennifer was a finalist in the Writing for Children Competition 2014 sponsored by CANSCAIP and The Writer’s Union of Canada. Speechless is her first novel.