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2 Oct 19:00

Author of 'Beauregard: Canine Warrior', J. D. Taylor, will be at the Kingstowne Library on the 2nd of October 2017.

Taylor will be performing a talk about his book which includes a short reading. The talk is due to start at 7pm.

Deep in the jungles of Vietnam on a reconnaissance mission, Beauregard, a smart and loyal Doberman Pinscher, alerts his patrol to danger. But when the sergeant ignores Beau's warning signs, the group find themselves under heavy fire. Managing to escape with severe injuries, Beau is the only one to make it out alive.

Though many in the armed forces were skeptical about the use of military dogs, Lieutenant Colonel Ricci saw Beau's potential and fought for his rehabilitation and re-assignment to a new handler. Beau then found himself in the trusting and capable hands of Corporal Chivington. What he did next proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was a worthy and indispensable part of his team.

This historical fiction is a touching tribute to all of the service animals who have dedicated their lives to protecting and serving - our canine warriors.

Event Address: 
6500 Landsdowne Ctr , Alexandria, VA 22315, Alexandria, VA 22315, United States

10 Oct 10:00

Amanda Kehoe, author of the amazing 'TJ and his Wheelable Chair' is at Merstham Library where she'll be reading from her book about a child with cerebral palsy.

Join her today as well for a Q&A session, and every child will join her with great activities like dot-to-dot and colouring sessions.

TJ cannot walk or talk, but he still loves to listen and play with his friends.
Join him as he shows that disabilities are no barrier to a happy and fulfilling life...

Event Address: 
2 Weldon Way, Merstham, Redhill RH1 3QB

11 Oct 10:00

Amanda Kehoe, author of the amazing 'TJ and his Wheelable Chair' is at Reigate Library where she'll be reading from her book about a child with cerebral palsy.

Join her today as well for a Q&A session, and every child will join her with great activities like dot-to-dot and colouring sessions.

TJ cannot walk or talk, but he still loves to listen and play with his friends.
Join him as he shows that disabilities are no barrier to a happy and fulfilling life...

Event Address: 
Bancroft House, Bancroft Rd, Reigate RH2 7RP

12 Oct 10:00

Amanda Kehoe, author of the amazing 'TJ and his Wheelable Chair' is at Redhill Library where she'll be reading from her book about a child with cerebral palsy.

Join her today as well for a Q&A session, and every child will join her with great activities like dot-to-dot and colouring sessions.

TJ cannot walk or talk, but he still loves to listen and play with his friends.
Join him as he shows that disabilities are no barrier to a happy and fulfilling life...

Event Address: 
Warwick Quadrant, Redhill RH1 1NN

16 Oct 11:00

Margaret Moore, author of the excellent 'A Street of Secrets', is at Southwold Library signing copies of her brilliant piece of historical fiction.

Set in the East End of London, Angel Street is home to a variety of characters, who live close together, sharing each other's joys, tears and lives.Ethel's collision with Stan's bicycle raises eyebrows. Why do Stan's solicitors insist on involving the rent collector, in his affairs? Then there is Rose, who appears to be teaching the vicar some of her old ways. When Churchy and Liz decide to investigate, they find more than they bargained for. The next vicar comes as another shock. Meanwhile young Tony is unwittingly apprenticed to burglars, causing problems for one or two other local residents. The new neighbour is a real eye-opener, and what about the mystery lady who stands watching on the corner?With so much change in post-war England, the closeness and support among the street's residents is invaluable. For Ethel, Liz and ever-curious Churchy, life in Angel Street is never dull.

Event Address: 
North Green Southwold Suffolk IP18 6AT

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