Kate Lentz, RI Center for the Book Director

In the Fall of 2012, the Rhode Island Center for the Book was pleased to welcome Kate Lentz as its new director.  Kate was formerly a librarian at the Lincoln School in Providence, RI and has been a longtime supporter of the Rhode Island Center for the Book.  Kate has been instrumental in helping the RI Center for the Book continue to evolve as it enters its second decade spreading the love of reading and writing across the Ocean State.  Kate is the contact person for any questions you have about the RI Center for the Book and can be reached by email (kate@ribook.org) or phone (401-273-2250).

Kate (Center) with Cheryl Space (left) from the Office of Library and Information Services and Amy Greer (right) from the Providence Community Library at the Reading Across RI kickoff held on Jan 26, 2013 at the Newman Congregational Church, Rumford, RI.

Kate (Center) with Cheryl Space (left) from the Office of Library and Information Services and Amy Greer (right) from the Providence Community Library at the Reading Across RI kickoff held on Jan 26, 2013 at the Newman Congregational Church, Rumford, RI.

In January 2013, Kate met with Education Commissioner Deborah A. Gist to promote the Letters About Literature Program.

In January 2013, Kate (right) met with Education Commissioner Deborah A. Gist (left) to promote the Letters About Literature Program.

Kate has upheld the longtime tradition of promoting the Reading Across RI book selection on the Big Blue Bug seen from Route 95.

Kate has upheld the longtime tradition of promoting the Reading Across RI book selection on the Big Blue Bug seen from Route 95.

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