Category: Children / Picture Book
Author: Heather Whittaker
Publisher: Pen – Tech Professional LLC
Price: $9.99 (retail)
Page Count: 28
ISBN #: 978-0-9820962-2-2
Audience: Children ages 4 – 7
Originally Reviewed for Midwest Book Review
This is a wonderful book with top of the notch, colorful, and real to life illustrations that draw you right into the storyline. Using a love-able dog, our author shows how we should accept ourselves, and others for what and who we are. The story shows that just because someone may not be able to do all others can, does not make them less of a person (or doggy), nor would it make them less of a friend. It teaches acceptance and love in a warm and wonderful way. I enjoyed this read and feel it has a very important lesson for young and old, told in an upbeat and joyous manner, that will leave you feeling good inside. Well done! Recommended.
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