'Made In Coventry' book tells the city's stories

Coventry author Aaron Ashmore has released his latest book 'Made In Coventry', the 10th instalment in his series of books commemorating the vibrant history and remarkable individuals of the city. 

In the book, Aaron presents a nostalgic journey through the city's past and present and tells the tales of Coventry's iconic products and attractions, inviting readers to explore the city's rich tapestry of culture and innovation. 

Aaron said: "I am thrilled to release 'Made In Coventry' to the city. It’s no secret that Coventry holds a special place in my heart, and it has been an honour to delve into its history once again. 

"Through this book, I hope to inspire a sense of pride and nostalgia among young readers, as they discover the hidden gems and untold stories of our beloved city."

Made In Coventry features the artwork of 12 talented illustrators, each with a unique connection to Coventry, each bringing the city's history to life in vibrant images. 

Paulette Arochena, one of the illustrators featured in the book, shares her enthusiasm for the project, saying, "It's so special to be part of something that's much bigger than all of us. Getting the opportunity to brighten little faces for generations is something nobody can put a price on."

As with all of his work, Aaron is committed to giving back to the local community and he will donate 1,000 copies of the new book to Coventry primary schools, bringing the total to 10,000 books provided to schools at no cost.

Aaron said "I believe in the importance of fostering a love for reading from a young age. Donating these books to Coventry primary schools is a small way for me to give back to the city that has given me so much."

For more information about 'Made In Coventry' and to order your copy, please visit www.etchandpin.co.uk/madeincoventrybook