Join the Phoenix Police Museum Tuesday, June 29th for a reading of the Children’s Book “Ranger Henry”. The author, Caren Cantrell, will be on hand to conduct a book reading for kids of all ages and later sell and sign the book. Caren Cantrell writes entertaining stories for children about family, kindness, determination, and being okay with who you are. Henry Dreams Of Becoming An Arizona Ranger When His Playmates’ Toys Go Missing, Henry Hops On His Hobby Horse To Track Down The Stealing Varmint But Being A Ranger Isn’t Easy After Falsely Accusing Several Suspects, Henry Doubts He’s Ranger Material Until A Flock Of Chickens Gives Him An Idea He’ll Need All His Powers Of Observation And Creativity To Retrieve The Children’s Toys And Regain Faith In Himself Ranger Henry Introduces Children To The Concept Of Not Jumping To Conclusions Just Because Something Appears One Way Doesn’t Mean It Is.
There are two readings… 10AM and 12PM.
We will also have a guest Arizona Ranger at the events to answer questions and be available for pictures. Space is limited for each reading and you must register online by June 25th. Paid parking is available at the City of Phoenix Parking garage or at street meters.