Laura Moriarty http://kmuw.org en Book Review: The Chaperone http://kmuw.org/post/book-review-chaperone-0 <p></p><p>One beautiful thing about reading is the travel it allows. Through books, you can visit other times, places, or even dimensions. Mon, 03 Jun 2013 10:00:00 +0000 Beth Golay 17907 at http://kmuw.org Book Review: The Chaperone Book Review: The Chaperone http://kmuw.org/post/book-review-chaperone <p>One beautiful thing about reading is the travel it allows. Through books, you can visit other times, places, or even dimensions. In “The Chaperone,” Laura Moriarty takes us to the far reaches of Douglas Avenue, Winfield, McPherson and New York City.</p><p>Laura Moriarty’s first three books were set in Kansas towns, all based on times and places she actually lived. With her latest book she takes a leap backwards to 1922 Wichita, when soon-to-be silent film star Louise Brooks was 15-years-old, heading off to New York City for the first time.</p> Mon, 04 Jun 2012 13:00:01 +0000 Beth Golay 5952 at http://kmuw.org Book Review: The Chaperone