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New York Times Bestselling author enlightens dog lovers

New York Times Bestselling author enlightens dog lovers

Tracy Tran, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

“The heart will find what the eyes can no longer see,” author Susannah Charleson said. Every person in the room stared up at the author, captivated as they hung on to her every last word. On Sunday afternoon, Charleson visited the Cozby Library and Community Commons. Gathering dog lovers diverse in both...

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

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

Tracy Tran, Staff Writer

September 14, 2019

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, curre...

Hopkins regales CHS students with her books, life stories

Hopkins regales CHS students with her books, life stories

Wren Lee, Designer

February 3, 2017

You would never think author Ellen Hopkins has gone through life’s hardships because her attitude is bubbly and bright. She smiles easily and leans in to whisper as if she has known you all her life. Hopkins has firsthand experience dealing with some of the topics addressed in her books. Her first book...

Hopkins best selling author comes to CHS to talk with students, share her story

Hopkins best selling author comes to CHS to talk with students, share her story

Wren Lee, Designer

January 27, 2017

Author Ellen Hopkins has taken the young adult (YA) genre by storm with her unique style and captivating topics. On Wednesday, Hopkins will visit Coppell High School and share her writing experiences for Creative Writing teacher Matthew Bowden and English teacher Courtney Orloff’s creative writin...

Fans see stars when Meyer comes to town

Fans see stars when Meyer comes to town

Wren Lee, Staff Writer

February 12, 2016

The door slowly opens, and a familiar face walks out. The crowd breaks into song, belting out “Deep in the Heart of Texas.”   New York Times-bestselling author Marissa Meyer came to the South Irving Library on Feb. 6 to celebrate the release of her short story anthology, Stars Above. ...