A DOG which went missing for 10 days will be meeting and greeting people at an upcoming book signing.

Little Lost Luna tells the story of Karen Chapman's rescue pointer-beagle mix which ran away at Castle Hill Country Park on November 1, 2020.

Spooked by fireworks, Luna ran for the hills and a search began with help from Solstice Missing Dogs.

Documented sightings and mappings determined Luna was staying in Bentley Woods east of Salisbury.

Read more: ​Solstice Missing Dogs: True story of lost dog becomes children's book

She walked 100 miles across Wiltshire and Hampshire in those 10 days, travelling all the way to Carter’s Clay, outside Romsey.

It's here where homeowner Paul Legg spotted Luna in his garden and the rescue team promptly captured and reunited her with Karen.

Inspired by the events, Karen decided to write Little Lost Luna to document her dog's journey across 40 pages.

Salisbury Journal: Read more about her journey in Little Lost Luna.Read more about her journey in Little Lost Luna. (Image: Karen Chapman)

Illustrated by Ellie Tompkins, 50 per cent of profits are contributed to small dog charities such as Solstice Missing Dogs, SuperDogs Rescue and Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre in Kent.

Karen is hosting an event on Saturday, April 13, from 3pm until 5pm during which people can buy the book, have it signed by the author and meet Luna.

There will be a reading at 4pm at Hampton Park Pavilion in Bishopdown.