Jeff Bauman has been making the rounds signing autographs since the recent release of his new book. But one last week had some extra meaning to it.
The Boston Marathon bombing survivor, who has been hailed a hero for helping identify one of the alleged bombers, visited The Paper Store in his home town of Chelmsford last week for a book signing.
Hundreds of people flocked to the store to meet Bauman, who was all smiles while sitting at a table and signing copies of "Stronger."
It's been an exciting few months for Bauman, who learned to walk on prosthetic legs after losing both of them in the bombings. He and his soon to be wife announced recently that they are expecting their first child.
Click through a few photos of Bauman at The Paper Store event above, courtesy of a Chelmsford Patch reader.