Children’s Author Stacey Lantagne At Niagara Public Library Mar. 28 

Stacey Lantagne, a children’s author from Florence, Wisconsin, will visit Niagara Public Library on Tuesday, March 28th at 10 am for an Author Talk program in conjunction with Storytime. She will read from her Coping Crew Series of books – a series that numbers 19+ books.

Each story focuses on a main animal character that struggles because of a specific fear, phobia, or anxiety. Throughout each book, with the help of friends, techniques, and inner self-confidence, the characters work to begin overcoming these issues. The target age for the books are children ages 3 - 8 years old and follow a simple rhyming scheme with colorful illustrations by Chelsey Lillge.

Following the readings, Stacey will be available for questions and those attending will likely get to meet her registered pet therapy dog, Thor. Lantagne and her English Mastiff have been doing pet therapy for nearly five years, visiting libraries, nursing homes, and schools.

Says Stacey, “I feel passionate about the need to reach out to children at a young age to let them know that they are never alone. I hope that through these books and in sharing my own experiences that I can help to inspire them to ask for help, be brave, and that they are perfect exactly how they are.”

This Author Talk will be during the Storytime slot, and they encourage people of all ages to come and support the local Wisconsin author on Tuesday, March 28 at 10 am. Stacey will have books available for purchase following the program.


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