Naturalist Sy Montgomery, shown here with a cheetah in Namibia, is the featured author for the Everett Public Library’s 2019 Everett Reads! program. She will offer two free events, including one for children, scheduled for Feb. 9 and Feb. 10. (Photo by Nic Bishop)

Naturalist Sy Montgomery, shown here with a cheetah in Namibia, is the featured author for the Everett Public Library’s 2019 Everett Reads! program. She will offer two free events, including one for children, scheduled for Feb. 9 and Feb. 10. (Photo by Nic Bishop)

Wildlife comes inside for this year’s Everett Reads! program

Sy Montgomery, author of “The Soul of an Octopus” and “The Good Good Pig,” will speak at two events.

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