Using his special charms and gifts of persuasion, Todd encourages his whole community to help in the "adopt a dog for Christmas program" and, more importantly, teaches his family the true meaning of goodwill.
©2008 Greg Kincaid; (P)2008 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Two very special characters, one a special boy, the other an amazing dog. Read it, you will be glad you did!
What I liked about this story is that it was a good heartwarming story for a family and people of all ages. It told a story about love, and growing together as a family. It had some light drama which added some excitement, but not so much that it would be traumatic to children. The characters were very real and added some whit and humor to the story. And the narration by Mark Bramhall was just perfect for the characters.
A delightful story anyone would enjoy.
Simply, a great story...refreshingly clean , kind, & holding a sense of values,
We all should be more inclined to instill into our own lives...
I'm an admitted dog lover so that may have a part in my enjoyment of this book. That being said this is a heart warming book that reminds us how much happiness a dog can bring to our lives.
Professional artist and art instructor. I listen to audible books when I work on paintings, sew or do housework. I also fall asleep listening to audio books. I like mysteries history science fiction young adult and biographies.
I love animals and this story is about a special needs boy a shelter dog and a war hero father who has memories of a war dog who died in service protecting him. Made me cry but ends well.
This story is pretty short but I enjoyed it a lot. It definitely made me feel good. I saw the movie, which expanded on the story a bit. I like it as well.
I would certainly listen to this again.
When the wife asks the husband and when does Christmas end?
I would take Christmas out. He is one of our uncelebrated hero's.
Loved this book. It really highlighted how much pets impact our lives.
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