Review :: E-Book
Publisher:: Xlibris Corporation
Fluffy is a precocious, fun-loving little dog who loves to play — especially outdoors.
The trouble begins when she goes out to play in the snow and gets lost. For weeks, Fluffy goes on an endless quest to get back home — without success. Compounding matters are her close encounters with big, menacing bears and snarling cougars — critters whom she thought would like to devour her.
All the while, Fluffy feels that someone is watching her from a distance — and strangely protecting her. Who could this mysterious being be?
Inspired by a real-life incident that befell on Donald Bussel and his four-legged best friend, Fluffy’s Guardian Angel is a colorful, fun-filled children’s picture book that will teach young readers some very important lessons about life. “ When Fluffy returned from her odyssey, I could only say, ‘If she could only talk, what kind of story would she tell?’”says the author. “I have attempted to retrace her steps using the known terrain and what she must have gone through”
Vividly brought to life by the illustrations of Michigan artist Frank Roosa, Fluffy’s Guardian Angel is one “heavenly” addition to any child’s book collection!
In are household we have three house dogs and I do not know what we would do if are dogs were lost in the Tennessee winter snow. We have one dog Paco that likes to escape from the back deck we have every now and then. So, for use we can relate to the book really well. Josiah just love the story so much, asking lots of questions and recognize many of the animals in the book.
I loved all the lessons that the book teaches young children, about having faith and listening to that voice in your head about what to do. Their are also many other lessons you can take from the book as well.
We really enjoyed reading this book for bed time and would love to see what other books that Don puts out.
FTC:: This post was written for Karma Media, who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.