In honor of National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, here’s a book review I posted here a couple of months ago. I’ll be back next week with a review of a book about a dog who walks into a nursing home, so stay tuned, and have a great day.
Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Dog Really Did That?: 101 Stories of Miracles, Mischief, and Magical Moments
Edited by Amy Newmark
This collection of true stories focuses on rescued dogs but includes many different tales about pooches. In “Geometry Dog,” a teacher explains how her canine friend helped her students learn arithmetic. “Jazmine’s Journey” is the story of how one rescued dog, abandoned in Wyoming’s Red Desert, traveled to her forever home in Canada with the help of strangers. ⠠⠔ “Brains Versus Brawn, the author shares her experiences raising basset hounds.
Most of the stories are written by women, but some have male authors. Some are funny, others touching. The stories begin with quotes, mostly about dogs, by celebrities and others. Proceeds from sales of this book go toward animal rescue.
In the foreword, Dr Robin Ganzert, President and CEO of American Humane, encourages readers to adopt…
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