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Hear the Hood River County Reads book on Radio Tierra

Would you like to get a jump start on the Friends of the Hood River County Library’s 2015 Hood River County Reads book? Radio Tierra will be broadcasting a reading of this year’s selection, “Into the Beautiful North” (Rumbo al Hermoso Norte) by Luis Urrea. The book will be read in both English and Spanish weekly on Fridays from 8-9 p.m. by DJs Alejandro Cano and Gale Arnold. The show will continue until the book has been finished.

Radio Tierra

Broadcasts on 95.1 FM in Hood River, 107.7 FM in The Dalles, and 95.9 FM in Stevenson.

Hood River County Reads is a community reading program where readers of all ages read and discuss books. Hood River County Reads titles represent the diversity of the Hood River County community and are shared widely throughout the area. Some previous books include “Stubborn Twig” by Lauren Kessler, “The Circuit” by Francisco Jiménez, and “Ricochet River” by Robin Cody.

Hood River County Reads is sponsored and supported by the Friends of the Hood River County Library, with additional support from the Starseed Foundation, Hood River County Education Foundation, Hood River County Library Foundation, Hood River County Cultural Trust, Gorge Community Foundation, and generous individuals.

Radio Tierra is a community radio station based out of Hood River. Its mission is to provide high quality, innovative programming to the Gorge area and the world, which will bring together diverse populations in order to promote mutual understanding, community support, and opportunities for community development. A significant amount of its programming is broadcast in Spanish.

For more information, contact Radio Tierra 541-387-3772, main@radiotier-ra.org, or visit their website at radiotierra.org. More information about Hood River County Reads will be available in the coming weeks on Hood River County Library District’s website, hoodriverlibrary.org.



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