Chelsea Clinton set to campaign for her mom in AZ next week


PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- The Phoenix Zoo and Changing Hands Bookstore will welcome Chelsea Clinton to the zoo on Monday, April 15 to talk about her new children's book "Don't Let Them Disappear: 12 Endangered Species Around the Globe."

In addition to introducing kids to 12 endangered animals, Clinton's new book offers tips on how to protect these animals and others.

The former first-daughter will also be available for signing purchase copies of her book at the event.

With doors opening at 4:45 p.m. and the event beginning promptly at 5:30 p.m., seating is at a first come, first served basis. Tickets are available here and on Eventbrite.

A portion of the proceeds from this event will go to Phoenix Zoo's native species conservation programs, initiatives to actively increase the populations of Arizona's threatened and endangered animals.

For more book and ticket information, call (602) 274-0067.


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(12) comments


Classy as always righties.

AZ Native

OMGosh!! Big Rich, Wazoolie and Shredder - You've pretty much covered all bases for what my thoughts were. No need to add anything.


This is an educational children's book, you know.


Yeah, no need to make inane "jokes" about Chelsea Clinton belonging in a zoo! Thanks guys, great work-- to think you all have a combined IQ of 15! Wow! Stunning!


Why can't the lions get loose while she is there?


Will your kids be there?

Big Rich

Will she have her own cage or will she just be put in with the other baboons?


Don't talk about your kids like that.


She belongs in a zoo.


Along with you of course.


Chelsea should feel at home when she visits the zoo.


I guess this is your way of saying that your kids are illiterate. Sad.

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