Priscilla Presley, who came to the State Theatre in New Brunswick on Friday for a program about her husband, Elvis, will return to New Jersey at 6 p.m. Nov. 16, to sign copies of her new children’s book, “Elvis Presley’s Love Me Tender,” at the Bookends bookstore.
The book features the lyrics to the 1956 hit (written by Ken Darby), illustrations by Stephanie Graegin, and an endnote by Priscilla.
It’s a hardcover, 40-page book, recommended for ages 3-5, and the list price is $17.99. There is no admission charge for the book signing, though those attending must buy a copy of the book (which will be released Nov. 14) from Bookends. Visit book-ends.com.
Priscilla, née Priscilla Ann Wagner, married Elvis in 1967. She was 21 and he was 32. She remained married to him until 1973, and he died in 1977.
Priscilla, now 72, is also known as an actress, having appeared in the “Dallas” television series, the “Naked Gun” movies, and other TV shows and films. And she co-founded Elvis Presley Enterprises, which oversees a number of Presley-related businesses.