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Photographer does book for children

Summerfield photographer Jeff Cooper returns to Literary Bookpost for a reading and signing on Saturday, Dec. 3, 1-3 p.m. with his latest accomplishment. Cooper has now taken off in a whole new direction with a childrenís book, ěLife, Adventures, and the Ogopogo Pond,î featuring illustrations by fellow artist Sarah Denman.
ěOgopogo Pondî is the story of Sebastian, a young boy who moves to a new home that has its own pond for him to explore. Through the friends that he makes at the pond, Sebastian learns the importance of having and making fun and that every day can be an adventure. ěLife, Adventures, and the Ogopogo Pondî is a great picture book for children 5 and up.
A man of many talents, Cooper will have his two adult books, ěJeff Cooper Photographyî and ěFalling in Love,î a collection of poetry, available for purchase and signing, as well as a new CD of music which may be purchased separately or in conjunction with his second book, ěFalling in Love.î
ěJeff Cooper Photography: Book Oneî is a collection of some of Cooperís photographic art, along with the stories behind them. Containing more than 50 images and stories, it will indulge any artistic mind. This book is available at Literary Bookpost.
ěFalling in Loveî is a collection of poetry, stories and love notes through the seasons. An audio book/musical CD (by Jeff Cooper and Jeremy Denman) is also available to purchase separately or paired with the book.
Literary Bookpost is at 110 S. Main St., Salisbury.

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