"Finding Chika: a little girl, an earthquake, and the making of a family" (Harper), by Mitch Albom
The author of "Tuesdays with Morrie" has a new memoir in which he again shares lessons...
NEW YORK (AP) — The tragic, but inspiring story of a young Haitian orphan led Mitch Albom to write his first nonfiction book in over a decade.
DETROIT (AP) — Mitch Albom's books are about faith and salvation, forgiveness and second chances.
What they most certainly are not about, according to the author, is a certain five-letter word.
"I really don't think my books are about death," Albom told The Associated Press. "And I don't think they're depressing. I think they're the opposite."
Best-selling author Mitch Albom pens 1st sequel
NEW YORK (AP) — Mitch Albom is giving heaven a sequel.
Publisher Harper tells The Associated Press that Albom's "The Next Person You Meet in Heaven" is coming out Oct. 16. The novel is a follow-up to Albom's best-selling "The Five People You Meet in Heaven," which came out in 2003.
DETROIT (AP) — Best-selling author Mitch Albom's S.A.Y. Detroit charity is getting a 10-year, $5 million grant from the Masons to help provide literacy and tutoring support to thousands of youth and their families.
The funding for work centered on Detroit's Lipke Park area is from the Michigan Masonic Charitable Foundation and was announced this week.
Albom is a Detroit Free Press columnist. He says in a statement: "The Masons are making a tremendous commitment to the future of Detroit's kids."