Q&A on the News

Q: My question concerns a recent article in the Living section. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daughter, Katherine Schwarzenegger, wrote a book called “Maverick and Me.” It says it’s a children’s book. What age child is the book geared to?

—Gerald Wade, Stockbridge

A: Her new hardcover book about pet adoption is geared toward preschool and elementary-age children. “Maverick and Me,” published in September, is described on Amazon.com as for ages 4-8 and grade levels preschool through third grade.

Schwarzenegger is a New York Times bestselling author of “Rock What You’ve Got” and also an animal activist, philanthropist and lifestyle blogger.

In the book, “Maverick is rescued by a kind-hearted stranger after being dumped on the side of the road. The little puppy’s luck takes a turn for the better when young Scarlett meets him at an adoption event. Scarlett is so moved by Maverick’s story that she and her mother decide to give him the forever home he is looking for,” according to the book description by Worthy Publishing Group.

Q: Does Fred Ridley, new chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club, plan to move from the Tampa, Fla., area to Augusta and have living quarters at the club?

—Robert H. Parrish Jr., Thomasville

A: Ridley will make periodic visits and stay on the club grounds in one of the club’s member cabins. He will not move to Augusta.

Fast Copy News Service wrote this column. Do you have a question? We’ll try to get the answer. Call 404-222-2002 or email q&a@ajc.com (include name, phone and city).

Support real journalism. Support local journalism. Subscribe to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution today. See offers.

Your subscription to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution funds in-depth reporting and investigations that keep you informed. Thank you for supporting real journalism.