“Pillow Friends” is one of the books that Tetar is signing. Submitted

Langley author inspired by grandkids

Local author Terresa Tetar is having a book signing on Saturday, April 13.

On Saturday, April 13 from 12 to 3 p.m. Langley’s Terresa Tetar is having a book signing at Chapters Indigo at 20015 Langley Bypass.

The local artist will be signing her two children’s books Pillow Friends and Jack’s Zoo Safari. Both books are written in rhyme and inspired by Tetar’s grandchildren.

“It’s light, it’s fun, and it’s something that will be a keepsake in the future too, for the grandkids,” Tetar said.

Pillow Friends is about a little kid going to bed, having all their stuffed animals around them in bed so they don’t feel lonely, and the animals come to life and start playing around in their room. Mom asks what’s going on, but she can’t see them.”

Tetar released the books last spring, and said her grandchildren were happy to read the books inspired by them.

“They love them. They do. It’s lots of fun for them.”

The books can be purchased from Chapters in Langley, as well as select children’s stores

READ MORE: Local author Terresa Tetar releases two new children’s books

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