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Author Rosie Eilert Bosse visits Jewell Library Nov. 19


November 26, 2020

Rosie Eilert Bosse reads her book, "How Clicker the Dog Got His Name" at the Jewell Public Library. Listening (from left) are Jack Underwood, Hannah Peters and Mallory Underwood. Bosse was the guest of the library last Thursday. A 1974 graduate of Jewell High School, Bosse has written and published seven children's books and three adult novels. 

Thursday, Rosie Eilert Bosse brought her books to her hometown for a reception and book signing event held at the Jewell Library. A1974 graduate of Jewell High School, Bosse grew up west of Jewell on the family farm. Now living near Onaga, she has been a storyteller for some time, especially for her grandchildren. But since 2016 when How Clicker the Dog Got His Name was published, she has been a published author.

Bosse has authored seven children's books. The books have characters drawn from the rural agricultural life Bosse knows well. Characters such as the Clicker the dog, Gertrude t...

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