Lois Lowry discusses ‘The Giver’ during Boston visit
Aug. 6, 2014
With more than 40 titles to her name, New England-based children’s author Lois Lowry knows how to tell a story. In her most famous work, the award winning dystopian novel “The Giver,” a young boy named Jonas must assume the role of the Receiver of Memory, preserving all the thoughts, feelings, and memories of his otherwise bland community where there are no emotions, no colors, and no love.
More than two decades since it was first published, “The Giver” is about to hit the big screen. Thanks to the tireless persistence of actor Jeff Bridges… (FULL STORY)