Saturday, October 17th, 4:00 pm
Beloved and best-selling author of books for dog lovers of all ages W. Bruce Cameron presents a fun afternoon for canines and their humans, including conversation, tasty beverages, and an informal dog show—watch for photos submitted by Festival attendees! Hosted by dog lover and literature lover Pamela Klinger-Horn. This event will be ASL interpreted, thanks to support from the University of Minnesota Libraries; for more information about this and other ASL interpreted events, see HERE.
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Purchase books by these authors from Magers & Quinn Booksellers; enter code TCBF20 so that part of your purchase price will support the Twin Cities Book Festival, and to be entered in a daily prize raffle for a $25 gift card!
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W. Bruce Cameron has published more than 15 bestselling books that have been translated into over 50 languages. He is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of A Dog’s Purpose, A Dog’s Way Home, and A Dog’s Journey (all now major motion pictures), the Puppy Tales series for young readers (starting with Ellie’s Story and Bailey’s Story), and The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man, among many others. He is also the author of the “8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter” column, which became a bestselling book and a People’s Choice Award-winning series on ABC. His latest novel, A Dog’s Promise is the long-awaited final installment to his award-winning A Dog’s Purpose trilogy, and his new book, A Dog’s Perfect Christmas (Forge Books)comes out this October. He lives in California with his wife and their dog, Tucker. Learn more at wbrucecameron.com.
Pamela Klinger-Horn has been a literary event planner since 2012, and has been a facilitator for numerous children’s Book Clubs. She has served on the Board of Directors of Rain Taxi and the Excelsior Friends of the Library, enjoys attending and promoting literary events throughout the Twin Cities and beyond, and has been nicknamed the “Local Literary Fairy Godmother.”