Author Tom Femantle will recount his 1000 mile walk from Juarez to Tijuana with his dog Pancho in his latest book, “Pancho’s Song”.

The El Paso Public Library and the El Paso Community Foundation invite the public to a book signing and conversation with English author and adventurer Tom Femantle.

Fremantle’s book was inspired, in part, by one very loving and loyal dog from Juarez named Pancho. Fremantle and Pancho traveled the harsh and difficult terrain of Northern Mexico and Southwestern U.S. en route from Juarez to Tijuana by foot. This journey inspired Fremantle to write his book.

Admission is free and books will be available for sale at each event. For more information, call 212-3201.

Book signing and discussion dates are as follows:

Armijo Branch

  • 620 E. 7th Street
  • Tuesday, June 14th
  • 3:30 p.m.

Main Library

  • 501 N. Mesa
  • Thursday, June 16th
  • 3 p.m.

Dorris Van Doren Branch

  • 551 E. Redd Rd.
  • Saturday, June 18th
  • 2 p.m.