SAVOY: Winsome Bingham (Soul Food Sunday) Author Talk & Picture Book Launch!

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Savoy Bookshop & Café presents storytime and Q&A with Winsome Bingham for the new book, Soul Food Sunday!

 This event is free, but registration is requested. Registration details are at the bottom of this page.

All the Little Hopes CoverAbout the Book

On Sundays, everyone gathers at Granny’s for soul food.
But today, I don’t go to the backyard or the great room.
I follow Granny instead.
“You’re a big boy now”, Granny says. “Time for you to learn.”

At Granny’s, Sunday isn’t Sunday without a big family gathering over a lovingly prepared meal. Old enough now, our narrator is finally invited to help cook the dishes for the first time: He joins Granny in grating the cheese, cleaning the greens, and priming the meat for Roscoe Ray’s grill. But just when Granny says they’re finished, her grandson makes his own contribution, sweetening this Sunday gathering - and the many more to come. 

Evocative and vivid, this mouthwatering story is a warm celebration of tradition and coming together at a table filled with love and delicious food.

About Winsome Bingham

Winsome Bingham is a soul food connoisseur, master cook, and a US Army war and disabled veteran. She received both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education with more than 15 years of teaching experience. You can find her writing on a deck while waiting patiently with a camera to capture a submarine shooting out of the water. She lives in Groton, Connecticut. 

Event date: 
Sunday, November 21, 2021 - 3:00pm
Event address: 
Savoy Bookshop and Café
10 Canal St.
Westerly, RI 02891
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By Winsome Bingham, C. G. Esperanza (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9781419747717
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Abrams Books for Young Readers - November 16th, 2021

Granny teaches her grandson to cook the family meal in this loving celebration of food, traditions, and gathering together at the table

On Sundays, everyone gathers at Granny’s for Soul Food.
But today, I don’t go to the backyard or the great room.
I follow Granny instead.
“You’re a big boy now,” Granny says.