Connie, the award-winning author of Hogan’s Hope, and her deaf dog, Judea, will be visiting the Chester Library on September 29. Connie will be giving her inspirational presentation on hope and how we can all gain and give love and acceptance no matter what our challenge. She will show attendees how deaf dogs can learn to understand American Sign Language and perform other normal, doggie activities. Participants will watch first-hand just how wonderful deaf dogs can be and how, by choosing hope, their own dreams can come true, no matter what the challenge.
Hang out. Stay a while. And learn more about the award-winning book, Hogan's Hope: A Deaf Hero's Inspirational Quest for Love and Acceptance. Listen on this outstanding internet radio station at http://icrvradio.com/
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Kate, the creator behind The Library Hop thinks that is SO cool and decided to develop a place to hang out, share stories and bring library friends together. http://icrvradio.com/
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