TheLuckyTaleofTwoDogs

The Lucky Tale of Two Dogs

Written by Cathy M. Rosenthal | Illustrated by Jessica Warrick

The Lucky Tale of Two Dogs traces the lives of two dogs who happen to live "in the very same town, on the very same street," but who share very different lives with their families. The lucky dog has lots of daily interaction with his family, from playtime to walks around the neighborhood. The unlucky dog spends most of his time alone in the backyard "rarely hearing a friendly voice." These comparisons give way to hope when the unlucky dog meets a "kind lady" from the animal shelter who helps him find a new "family to love." The Lucky Tale of Two Dogs tells a simple story that makes it easy for children to understand what dogs need to be healthy and happy. Every dog should be so lucky.

"I truly LOVE this book! The illustrations are enchanting and the story portrays the humane message of our mission! It is definitely a great addition to our Children's Library"

— Kappy Muenzer,
Executive Director, Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP)

"Finally, a book that describes a neglected dog’s life
and what every animal lover wants to see happen every
time -- a happy ending!"

— Cathy McCoy, Director of
Communication, San Antonio Humane Society

"In a gentle, but direct manner, this book educates
young readers about responsible pet ownership. "

— Janice Darling
Executive Director, Animal Defense League

"I just read The Lucky Tale of Two Dogs and I LOVE
IT!"

— Cathie Myers,
Animal Welfare Event Specialist/ Conference Coordinator

"“Lucky. That’s what I call the kids who read Cathy
Rosenthal’s new book"

— Megan Hicks, Retired Children’s Librarian

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WHAT READERS SAY?

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"I truly LOVE this book! The illustrations are enchanting and the story portrays the humane message of our mission! It is definitely a great addition to our Children's Library at the CAP shelter and a special gift of our Meow-Bow-Wow Buddies Club members. Children can learn compassion for neglected animals, and as a result, many pets will have the second chance they so deserve."

Kappy Muenzer,

Executive Director, Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP)

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John Doe

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"My vast array of grandkidlets really liked this one. The illustrations are lovely. It is just the right length to hold the interest of the older kids ( 6, 8, 10, 12 ) but not to long and wordy to make the little ones ( 3, 4 ) restless."

 

Mary

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"This book brought a smile to the face of each of us as I read it yo my children. Beautiful illustrations to go along with a great story to teach your kids about caring for and adopting pets. Love it!"

ArmitageFamily

Heartwarming story of pet ownership

"What a wonderful and heart felt book! It could all be so simple! Unfortunately, it isn't! But reaching and teaching our children, collectively, about the needs animals have and our responsibility to them is definitely a step in the right direction. Many people just don't know or understand what is happening in regards to our homeless and needy domestic companions! I know I wasn't until my eyes were opened and I became involved in Animal Rescue & Advocacy.
I applaud the author for caring and for writing this wonderful book!"

Kindle Customer

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