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Mr. Nobody to be introduced in Surrey

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Children's author Diane Welch visits Surrey on March 29.
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The author of a compilation of children's stories called Introducing Mr. Nobody will visit Surrey on Saturday for a reading and book signing.

Diane Welch's book is a collection of nine stories written through the eyes of six-year-old Austin, one of seven people (in addition to Mommy, Daddy, Katie, Hope, Page and Mr. Nobody) that live in the yellow house on Maple Street that's filled with mischievous adventure.

Welch is mom to the energetic kids featured in the book and her husband Dave has illustrated the story collection.

Diane Welch will be at the Chapters location at 12101 72 Ave. on March 29, 11 a.m.

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