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Local children's author to visit the Scott County Library


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Posted Online: Feb. 25, 2013, 10:19 am
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Press release submitted by Scott County Library System



Eldridge, IA – The Scott County Library System – Come meet local author, Pat McCaw, at the Eldridge Branch on Saturday, March 2 from 1-2:30 p.m. She will be signing her new book, Saving the World. Saving the World is an adventure-packed children's novel about eleven-year-old Rosie who embarks on a journey to save a mysterious world that is not her own. Copies of McCaw's novel can be purchased for $10 at the book signing. Saving the World can also be checked out from the Scott County Library System.

McCaw is a mother of two girls, Lily and Sydney, and her husband is Ryan. She is a family practice physician at Genesis in Eldridge. She believes that a good imagination is essential in life and every day is a new adventure!
The Scott County Library System continually seeks to offer new programming events for all ages. For additional information about this program and other Scott County Library System events, patrons can visit www.scottcountylibrary.org or contact the Library at 563-285-4794.

ABOUT Scott County Library System

The Scott County Library System's mission is to make available library materials and information in a variety of formats to people of all ages. This is accomplished through our staff, collections, current technology, comfortable and accessible facilities at 6 branch locations and its traveling bookmobile. The System is headquartered in Eldridge, with branch locations in: Blue Grass, Buffalo, Durant, Princeton, and Walcott.



















 




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