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Bob Dotson is on 'American Story' book tour

For 40 years, TODAY's Bob Dotson has crisscrossed America in search of ordinary people doing extraordinary things -- a quest that has garnered him more than 100 awards in broadcast journalism, including eight national Emmys.Now many of the most remarkable stories Bob has found over his illustrious career have been compiled into book form. "American Story: A Lifetime Search for Ordinary People Doin
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For 40 years, TODAY's Bob Dotson has crisscrossed America in search of ordinary people doing extraordinary things -- a quest that has garnered him more than 100 awards in broadcast journalism, including eight national Emmys.

Now many of the most remarkable stories Bob has found over his illustrious career have been compiled into book form. "American Story: A Lifetime Search for Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things" will be released March 26.

To mark this milestone, TODAY.com is publishing a series of exclusive excerpts from Bob's book leading up to its publication. Meanwhile, Bob himself is gearing up for a series of personal appearances across the country. Consult the schedule below to see if Bob is heading your way to talk about "American Story" and autograph your copy.

Wednesday, April 17

Atlanta

Speech, book signing and sponsor’s reception at the Carter Presidential Center and Library

6:15 – 9 p.m.

Cecil B. Day Chapel

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

441 Freedom Parkway

Atlanta, Ga. 30307

(404) 865-7109

 

Wednesday, April 24

St. Louis

Speech and book signing

5:30 –  8:30 p.m.

East Academic Building

Edward Jones Commons   

470 East Lockwood Avenue

Webster Groves, Mo. 63119

(314) 968-6959

Monday, May 20

Mystic, Conn.

Dinner, speech, book signing

6 – 9 p.m.   

Bank Square Books

53 West Main Street

Mystic, Conn. 06355

(860) 536-3795

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