Kim Kavin, the author of Little Boy Blue, and Jim Gorant, the author of Wallace and The Lost Dogs, have scheduled a joint book-signing appearance for 5 p.m. Saturday, November 16, at Words Bookstore in Maplewood, N.J.
Kavin and Gorant are both New Jersey residents, and Gorant wrote the foreword for Kavin’s book. The event will give dog lovers a chance to discuss all three books and to purchase autographed copies.
Little Boy Blue is the story of a puppy’s rescue from death row and a look at the army of volunteers working nationwide to save as many dogs like him as possible. ForeWord Reviews named Little Boy Blue the best pet book in America for 2012.
Wallace is the story of a pit bull who many people considered unadoptable, and who went on to become a champion at the sport of flying discs. It is a heartwarming tale that was among the bestselling dog books of 2012.
The Lost Dogs is the story of how authorities found and dismantled the dogfighting ring operated by NFL quarterback Michael Vick. It was a New York Times bestseller based on an article that Gorant originally wrote for Sports Illustrated magazine in 2008.
Come on out to the Words Bookstore on November 16 to meet both authors and discuss these timely, informative, and inspirational works about how dogs are treated in America today.