Sep 6 –
First Fridays monthly, 1-3:00 p.m.
LightHouse for the Blind East Bay, Ed Roberts Campus/ADA Cafe
3075 Adeline, Berkeley
Book Title September: Small Fry: a Memoir by Lisa Brennan-Jobs (DB 94426)
The daughter of Apple founder Steve Jobs and artist Chrisann Brennan recounts her childhood. She discusses her conflicted relationship with her father, her experience of growing up in Silicon Valley, and more. 2018.
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