Meet the creators of “Use your Noodle, Doodle,” University Place author Sheri Page and illustrator Jennifer Frohwerk at 7 p.m. on March 17 at University Place Pierce County Library, 3609 Market Place W., Suite 100.
The book – based on a true story about a grandma and an overenthusiastic dog – takes readers on a journey from mishap to celebration, with many life lessons for the entire family.
Books will be available for purchase and signing. This free event is sponsored by Friends of the University Place Library.
University Place author Sheri Page
Sheri Page, a first-time author, lives in University Place and Vaughn Bay, Wash. with her husband Paul and goldendoodle dog Bode. Page attended University of Washington and graduated from University of Puget Sound. She enjoys spending time with family, community involvement, travel, art and life outdoors in Puget Sound.
Seattle artist Jennifer Frohwerk
Jennifer Frohwerk is a fine artist and illustrator who lives in Seattle with her cat Rosemary. Frohwerk earned a fine arts degree from Indiana University, and studies at Gage Academy of Art and Artist Trust. Her artwork has been featured at the Washington State Convention Center, Seattle Pacific University and the Municipal Art Collection of the City of Tacoma.