Event on Facebook (you have to be a member of the Toronto Animal Book Club to view it though) This book tells of the escape of two dogs, Rowf and Snitter, from a government research station in the Lake District in England, where they had been horribly mistreated. They live on their own with help from a red fox, or “tod”, who speaks to them in a Geordie dialect. After the starving dogs attack some sheep on the fells, they are reported as ferocious man-eating monsters by a journalist. A great dog hunt follows, which is later intensified with the fear that the dogs could be carriers of a dangerous bioweapon, such as the bubonic plague. Date has been set for Sunday March 29th, Venue & Time is TBD but will be accessible by transit and mobility devices.