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BOOKS: Sedro-Woolley author shares book of poetry and prose June 7 at Village Books

Sedro-Woolley writer Ramon Mesa Ledesma reads from “Migrant Son,” his new book of poetry and prose, Sunday, June 7, at Village Books.
Sedro-Woolley writer Ramon Mesa Ledesma reads from “Migrant Son,” his new book of poetry and prose, Sunday, June 7, at Village Books. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Sedro-Woolley writer Ramon Mesa Ledesma reads from “Migrant Son,” his new book of poetry and prose, at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 7, at Village Books, 1200 11th St.

Ledesma was born into a family of 16 brothers and sisters. “Migrant Sun” is a collection of intimate tales of a Mexican-American family’s struggle for survival as field workers in the Northwest during the 1940s and ’50s.

Ledesma worked as a mental health therapist before turning his energies to writing. His previous works are “Tomás and the Magic Race Cars,” a children’s book, and “Migrant Earth,” an autobiographical work of fiction.

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