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2016. október 5-én szerdán, 14 órától
 az Ady Endre Könyvtár Gyermekkönyvtárának vendége:

Sohonyai Edit író.

1970-ben született Székesfehérváron.  A Szegedi Tudományegyetem Juhász Gyula Tanárképző Főiskolai Karának rekreáció-egészséges életmód-egészségnevelés szakán végzett. Két gyermek édesanyja.

Első könyvét, a Macskakörmöt tizennyolc és fél évesen írta.
A könyv  1990-ben jelent meg a
Móra Kiadónál, az írónő huszadik születésnapja előtt.
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