Dec
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Books & Brews: Kevin the Turkey @ Cafe Otis Tickets
Dec 15 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Books & Brews: Kevin the Turkey @ Cafe Otis | Norwich | Connecticut | United States

Come out to our Books & Brews for December featuring a family-friendly book, Kevin the Turkey.
We will have books for sale in the cafe for $19.95 and you can get them signed by the authors at this event!

About the book:
This story is based on the true story of wild turkey that wandered into the town of Wethersfield, CT in July of 2017 and quickly became the town’s unofficial mascot, inspiring young and old. It’s a story of togetherness, love, community and giving thanks – for young readers and the young at heart!

About the authors:
Dr. Pamela Hall is an internationally recognized clinical psychologist with private practices in both New Jersey and Connecticut. She was also a school psychologist and is a trauma specialist with over 30 years of clinical experience. She is a staunch advocate for the safety and welfare of children and survivors of abuse. She currently practices in Norwich, CT and the charming olde town of Wethersfield and enjoys restoring colonial houses with her husband Damien. She has not had the privilege of having Kevin the
turkey for a patient but she certainly would love to vote for him for mayor!

Damien Cregeau has been an educator and historian for almost two decades, speaking throughout the northeast and publishing articles on various historical topics. Damien has enjoyed living in Norwich with his wife, Pamela, since 2015, and in Wethersfield
since 2006. He is continually amazed by the history and architecture of the city of Norwich and the charming enclave of the Lowthorpe Meadows . Similarly, he is an avid photographer of Wethersfield Cove, its abundant wildlife, and gorgeous sunsets.

Pamela Ives Paterno had an enjoyable career as a French teacher to elementary school children. For many years her hobby was painting wild birds in action. So when a wild turkey walked into town and made friends with both young and old, Pam couldn’t wait to
illustrate his journey