This week we're recommending Oscar of Between: A Memoir of Identity and Ideas by Betsy Warland.
From the publisher Caitlin Press: “In 2007, at the age of sixty, Betsy Warland finds herself single and without a sense of family. On an impulse, she decides to travel to London to celebrate her birthday, where she experiences an odd compulsion to see an exhibit on the invention of military camouflage. Within the first five minutes of her visit, her lifelong feeling of being aberrant reveals its source: she had never learned the art of camouflage. This marked the beginning of OSCAR OF BETWEEN: A MEMOIR OF IDENTITY AND IDEAS.”
Visit the library, and borrow this book today! PS8595 . A7715 Z53 2016