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SOLD OUT! Meet Tuna, the Underdog with the Overbite - Exclusive London Book signing and meet-and-greet

Wednesday 2nd December 2015 6pm - 7pm 107 Charing Cross Road Signing, Free Event

From his humble beginnings as an orphaned pup with an exaggerated overbite and recessive jawline, Tuna’s life has been the ultimate canine rags-to-riches tale, culminating in his being dubbed ‘the most inspiring dog on the Internet’ by BuzzFeed. On a daily basis Tuna’s antics charm the socks off the 1.6 million people who follow him on Instagram and his unique and unmistakable face (and legendary ‘shrivelneck’) has generated meme upon meme, like Phteven for example.

On Wednesday 2 December Tuna will be popping into Foyles with his owner Courtney Dasher to celebrate the publication of Tuna Melts My Heart: The Underdog with the Overbite, a glorious celebration of an undeniably adorable little pooch. Fans will be able to have their photo taken with the dog of the hour and get their copy of the book ‘pawdographed’.

For dog-lovers, a signed copy of Tune Melts My Heart could be the ultimate Christmas present. And how often do you get a chance to pet a world-famous celebrity?

Everyone who books their FREE places in the Priority Signing Queue will be in with a chance of winning a signed Tuna photograph, courtesy of Blink Publishing.

Tickets: SOLD OUT!

Venue: The Auditorium, Level 6, Foyles Charing Cross Road

Copies of Tuna Melts My Heart: The Underdog With the Overbite will be available to purchase at the signing. If you wish to buy a copy before the day you can visit one of our shops or click below to order a copy online. Please note, we do not recommend you place an order for home delivery less than 7 days in advance of the event, in case the book doesn't reach you on time.




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