CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Former President George W. Bush is planning to meet with the Rev. Billy Graham and his son Franklin during a visit to the evangelist's Charlotte library on Monday.
Todd Shearer, a spokesman for Franklin Graham, said Thursday that father and son plan to give the former president a private tour of the Billy Graham Library and that Bush will sign a book for the elder Graham.
The 92-year-old makes limited public appearances now, spending most of his time at home in Montreat, about 110 miles northwest of Charlotte.
Bush is on a book tour to promote the recently published "Decision Points." He credits Graham with helping him follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.
People who want books signed must purchase wristbands, which will be available Saturday at the library.
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