Tuesday on Lake Effect: 'Madison's Hands,' Paralympian Bonnie St. John, 'Plants You Can't Kill'
Tuesday on Lake Effect:
Historian and law professor, Mary Sarah Bilder, discusses her newest book which reexamines James Madison's copious notes on the creation of the Constitution. Then, paralympian, Rhodes Scholar, and international businesswoman Bonnie St. John talks about successful ways to empower girls. And Milwaukee writer Stacy Tornio’s new book offers 101 can’t-miss ideas for beginning gardeners.
- Mary Sarah Bilder, author, Madison's Hands: Revising the Constitutional Convention
- Bonnie St. John, paralympic ski medalist
- Stacy Tornio, author, Plants You Can’t Kill: 101 Easy-to-Grow Species for Beginning Gardeners