Author Event - How the Birds Stop Singing: Stories of Drug and Alcohol Abuse as Told to a Doctor Book by Dr. Jamilé Wakim Fleming

A unique look at drug and alcohol abuse and prevention. By incorporating first-person accounts of addiction survivors, a doctor shares her perspective on the risks of substance abuse. This work is full of cautionary tales, geared toward young adults in an effort to keep them from heading down the dark road of addiction. Dr. Jamilé Wakim Fleming is board certified in diseases of the liver and the gastrointestinal system. She has published several manuscripts and chapter books in her field of expertise and has focused her career on the prevention and treatment of illnesses that affect the liver. Her passion is to prevent teens from using any form of addicting substance. Books will be available for sale and signing at the event.     

Thursday, July 20, 2017 - 7:00pm
Main Library Auditorium