THE LEGACY OF KATHARINE HEPBURN: Fine Art as a Way of Life
Maryann Pasda DiEdwardo Memoir
The legacy of the late Katharine Hepburn undeniably benefits a twenty-first century audience, because Kate identifies the artistic spirit. As one of the most important women of the twentieth century, Hepburn was an artist who exemplified the independent character, freedom and opportunity available to women as paramount whether she was on stage or in film. As the late Hepburn, she has become a living art spirit with a legacy that acts as a shining example.
Review by Gloria Bellas, Librarian:
"In the final book of the trilogy, Pennsylvania Voices Appaloosa Dreams, we view the beauty and the
wonders of nature through the eyes of the main character, Allison Grey. Come journey with her to feel the spirit of the Appaloosa and experience the natural beauty of Pennsylvania. The authors once again display a unique ability to tell the story as they instruct the reader in the writing process.
The proceeds of the book support the authors’ local soup kitchen and crisis centers for domestic abuse.