A small dog is rescued from terrible conditions. He learns about love, trust, and friendship, especially after the young Shih Tzu is adopted. For the first time, the little dog lives in a home. This book teaches young readers life lessons on kindness, compassion, trust, and friendship and about puppy mills in a non-graphic way. It also teaches about the importance of pet rescue and adoption. Based on a true story, the book features full-color photos and contains activities for children to do.
Living in a cage is no life for a dog. A little Shih Tzu is rescued, comes to live in a sanctuary, and meets friends -- both dog and human. Will he find his forever home with a loving family through adoption? Come along for Jeremiah's rescue and adoption journey!
Strengthen your faith walk with God by walking with the author and her blind dog as they learn to "walk in trust" together.
How often have we experienced sadness, guilt and shame? Just like my dog who ripped up the couch, there is a reason for such feelings. Yet, Jesus made atonement for us, sacrificing himself for our sins. When we receive his free gift of grace, we are set free -- if we choose that pathway of freedom.
How does love help combat feelings of inadequacy, loneliness, and fear? Can a blind dog help alleviate these feelings? Can God?
A springer spaniel trained as a therapy dog helps children understand the meaning of kindness, kindness to both people and pets. Features full-color photographs and engaging activities. Appropriate for ages 4 to 8.
Mary is a springer spaniel trained as a therapy dog. She shows kindness to people in many ways; she also shows kindness to other pets. People can also show kindness to others, both humans and animals. Learn more about kindness to others from A Kind Dog Named Mary!
Working Title: Jeremiah's Joy
This Book Is In Development
A Shih Tzu named Jeremiah is rescued and later adopted, living in a home for the first time in his life. He is befriended by the other dog living in the house and learns all kinds of new things from her. An engaging short story about dog adoption, friendship, and trust with photos of the real dogs. Activities also included.
Jeremiah, a four-year-old Shih Tzu, spent the first three years of his life in a tiny cage. His rescue from that place brought him to a loving family, gave him a new dog friend, and allowed him the freedom to run in a large, fenced-in back yard. Jeremiah discovers and learns many new things, including joy.
Delightful activity book for children
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