New York Times bestseller author to gather book lovers at Cozby Library


Tracy Tran

The Coppell Cozby Library and Community Commons is hosting its annual authors meetings on Sunday from 2-3 p.m. Author Susannah Charleson is discussing her latest book “Where the Lost Dogs Go” and sharing her work as a K9 search and rescue trainer.

Tracy Tran, Staff Writer

On Sunday, the Coppell Cozby Library and Community Commons is hosting an author visit for teenagers and adults. At the event, author Susannah Charleson will discuss her latest book, Where the Lost Dogs Go, and her job rescuing animals.Charleson is a New York Times bestselling author and a service dog trainer, currently working as a lost animal search & rescue member.

Since starting her writing career in 1981, Charleson has written magazines, newsletter articles, features, commercials and three books – Where The Lost Dogs Go, Scent of the Missing: Love and Partnership with a Search-and-Rescue Dog and The Possibility Dogs: What a Handful of “unadoptables” Taught Me about Service, Hope, and Healing.

Where the Lost Dogs Go was published on June 4. It is a biography about her experience with rescued dogs. All of Charleston’s novels are personal stories about how the dogs develop through time. Her books are critically acclaimed and have received many compliments from various authors and book lovers around the world. 

The event begins at 2 p.m. on Sunday and is estimated to end around 3 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Coppell Public Library after the event, while Charleson signs books for all the guests. Books will not be available for purchase at this event.

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