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Author Sonia O'Bryan to hold book reading event

Local author Sonia O'Bryan will hold a book reading for her new book "Heavenly father, Will You Be My Daddy?" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Four Pines Bookstore, 102 Third St. NW.

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BEMIDJI — Local author Sonia O'Bryan will hold a book reading for her new book "Heavenly father, Will You Be My Daddy?" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Four Pines Bookstore, 102 Third St. NW.

The children's book will be available for purchase and signed by O'Bryan, who is a former elementary teacher and current associate professor at Bemidji State University.

"In the book, O'Bryan shares her daughter's story of growing up without a father in this faith-based book that sends a message of hope and assurance of God's love for all children," a release said.

The book is illustrated by Sophia Jones, who was a senior at Bemidji High School when she captured the author's pictures and ideas with her artistic abilities. She is currently attending school in the area of communication, Art and Design, the release added.

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