Saturday, April 29, 2 p.m.—FAIR HAVEN—“Vermont Wild, Adventures of Fish & Game Wardens” author Megan Price, will share secrets of her best-selling book series and answer questions at the Fair Haven Free Library, Saturday, April 29 from 2-4 p.m. The event is free and the public is invited.
Price has put zany untold retired game wardens’ true tales of struggling to corral angry moose, train reluctant hunting dogs, locate hungry bears and chase cagey poachers on paper. With her focus on humor, even when the danger is palpable, readers feel the men are talking directly to them. Norm Brown of Wells, Deputy Warden Terry Williams of Poultney and Tom Stearns, formerly of Fair Haven, are among those who have contributed stories. Every warden whose story is published is acknowledged with their photo included in the series.
“I tell people, ‘I’m not smart enough to make this stuff up,’” Price explained. “I plead guilty to changing some details to hide poachers’ identities. But other than that, the stories are as I heard them.”
Fair Haven Free Library is located at 107 North Main St., Fair Haven. For more information, call 802-265-8011.
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“Vermont Wild, Adventures of Fish & Game Wardens” is the fourth in a series by Vermont author Megan Price.