Readers join nurse Kathy and her therapy dog Lady at work to learn about the wonderful things therapy dogs do for people every day. The only book on the market for children, as an early reader, on the topic of therapy dogs. On 9/11 and at many crisis situations around the world, Therapy Dogs help people cope and recuperate from the horrors they have faced. This wonderful book brings to light the service therapy dogs provide for people every day. Animal lovers, humane societies, nurses and doctors alike will appreciate this wonderful story about a real therapy dog and her nurse owner, Kathy. People caring about people, and how one dog has made such a difference in the lives of so many.
|Product dimensions:||8.12(w) x 9.26(h) x 0.35(d)|
|Age Range:||5 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Chris Williams was born in Bristol, PA and grew up in nearby Levittown, PA. Currently residing in York County PA with his wife and son, Chris has authored several children’s eBooks including Walter the Trolley, Eddie’s Fabulous Fables and The Real Adventures of Glip and Ha (all published by London Circle Publishing) and numerous published short stories. A broadcast veteran since 1975, Chris presently works full-time as an announcer at WRBS-FM in Baltimore, MD. His inspiration for writing One Incredible Dog! Lady came after 9-11, when he learned about the courageous deeds Therapy Dogs did to bring comfort and healing to those involved in the attack and clean up. Networking locally, he met a nursing assistant, Kathy Miller and her Therapy Dog Lady. After spending some time with Kathy and Lady, Chris sat down and wrote One Incredible Dog!, the first of many books to document for children ages 4-8 a day in the life of working dogs. Chris is a life-long Philadelphia Phillies fan and enjoys classic film comedies like Laurel & Hardy, The Marx Brothers and W.C. Fields.