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Norwich book launch for GoGoHares

PUBLISHED: 17:31 29 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:31 29 October 2017

Author Sally Adams in the book department at Jarrolds, Norwich. Picture: Helen Vinsen

Author Sally Adams in the book department at Jarrolds, Norwich. Picture: Helen Vinsen

Helen Vinsen

A children’s book commissioned by Norfolk children’s charity Break to support its GoGoHares trail in 2018 was launched in Norwich on Saturday.

Callum Jeffery enjoying the book. Picture: Helen VinsenCallum Jeffery enjoying the book. Picture: Helen Vinsen

Sally Adams, a previous Gorilla and Dragon artist, came up with a idea for the character, Mr Harebean, that made it through a selection committee earlier in the year.

She was on hand on Saturday, October 28 at Jarrolds to read the book titled Mr Harebean and His Suit and also sign copies.

All the proceeds will be go to Break as part of the GoGoHares project.

Mr Harebean’s story started one day when an invitation dropped on his doormat for a party. “Do Dress Different,” it said - and from that moment his adventure started.

Sally chatting with a new fan. Picture: Helen VinsenSally chatting with a new fan. Picture: Helen Vinsen

Carole Slaughter, marketing manager for Jarrolds, said the event was a fabulous way to support GoGoHares 2018.

“We hope that many people will buy and enjoy the book,” she said.

For more information, visit www.gogohares.co.uk


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