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Rodman, 'kid at heart,' signs children's book in Naperville

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Dennis Rodman signs copies of his children's book "Dennis The Wild Bull" on Saturday at Anderson's Bookshop in Naperville.

Marie Wilson | Staff Photographer

Former Bulls forward Dennis Rodman signs a copy of his newly released children's book, "Dennis The Wild Bull," for Matthew Dunn of Oswego on Saturday at Anderson's Bookshop in Naperville.

Marie Wilson | Staff Photographer

Fernando Benitez, 6, of Chicago, was one of many young Bulls fans to receive Dennis Rodman's autograph on the Hall of Famer's new children's book "Dennis The Wild Bull" during a book signing Saturday afternoon at Anderson's Bookshop in Naperville. Fernando's father, Elio Benitez, said the family planned to read the book later Saturday night.

Marie Wilson | Staff Photographer

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Stephanie Cassa of Aurora holds a Dennis Rodman doll with green hair as she snaps a photo of Dennis Rodman on her phone Saturday in Naperville. Rodman stopped at Anderson's Bookshop to sign copies of his new children's book "Dennis The Wild Bull."

Marie Wilson | Staff Photographer

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A championship-era Bulls fan's dream of meeting the charismatic Dennis Rodman played out for more than 250 people Saturday in Naperville as "The Worm" signed copies of his newly released children's book at Anderson's Bookshop. Rodman stopped in the suburbs to promote "Dennis The Wild Bull," a story he said aims to teach children ages 4 to 8 to stay true to themselves. "I'm a kid at heart myself," Rodman said Saturday.
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    • Dennis Rodman signs copies of his children’s book “Dennis The Wild Bull” on Saturday at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville.
    • Former Bulls forward Dennis Rodman signs a copy of his newly released children’s book, “Dennis The Wild Bull,” for Matthew Dunn of Oswego on Saturday at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville.
    • Fernando Benitez, 6, of Chicago, was one of many young Bulls fans to receive Dennis Rodman’s autograph on the Hall of Famer’s new children’s book “Dennis The Wild Bull” during a book signing Saturday afternoon at Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville. Fernando’s father, Elio Benitez, said the family planned to read the book later Saturday night.
    • Stephanie Cassa of Aurora holds a Dennis Rodman doll with green hair as she snaps a photo of Dennis Rodman on her phone Saturday in Naperville. Rodman stopped at Anderson’s Bookshop to sign copies of his new children’s book “Dennis The Wild Bull.”
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