Tuesday, December 29, 2015

The Dogs of Newtown by Guy A. Bacon Review

Newtown, Connecticut has struggled since December of 2012. But the sadness in Newtown got a little bit better because of the therapy dogs that came to visit from around America.THE DOGS OF NEWTOWN, written by Guy Bacon and packed full of beautiful photography is the product of long, snuggle-filled interview sessions, and the mutual love that was, and still is, shared by Guy and the dogs of Newtown. A student at Reed Intermediate School in Newtown, Connecticut, Guy shares the story of some of the most special therapy dogs that visited him and his friends at school and helped lick the tears away.

For more information, visit www.gooddogsgreatlisteners.com and www.charlotteslitter.org, and connect with Charlotte’s Litter and Good Dogs, Great Listeners on Facebook and Twitter.

The Dogs of Newtown can be purchased from www.amazon.com.
Guy A. Bacon
Guy Bacon wrote THE DOGS OF NEWTOWN when he was 11 years old so he could share the story of the therapy dogs that visited his school. He lives in Newtown, Connecticut and has a mom, dad, sister, Charlotte, and two dogs, Lily and Luther, two gerbils, Snow and Butterball, and a beta fish called 'Beat-um-up'. Guy enjoys Tae Kwon Do, tennis, playing with his dogs, eating sushi and spending time with his family. He feels passionate about therapy dogs.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-  This is a cute book with nice illustrations. It shares about some really special dogs and I think younger children will enjoy it. 

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