Everything for a Dog

Everything for a Dog is really three tales in one–the stories of Charlie, Bone, and Henry.

Charlie is dealing with the tragic death of his older brother. Charlie’s only real companion is Sunny, the dog who seems to help his family get through this tough time. Sunny is Charlie’s best friend. But just when life is starting to return to normal in Charlie’s house, another tragedy strikes…

Bone is a dog on his own. He’s been separated from his sister, Squirrel, and he must learn to survive without her. He lives with families occasionally–some nice and some not-so-nice–but he spends a lot of his life as a stray, sleeping in the cold and foraging for food…until a boy named Henry comes along…

All Henry wants in the world is a dog, but his parents, especially his father, won’t let him have one. He makes every argument he can think of and even proves that he can be responsible, but they still won’t budge. One day, however, Henry comes across a stray dog. He can tell the dog would be wonderful if only he were given a little love. So Henry does everything he can think of to give this dog, who he’s named Buddy, a good life, even if he has to keep all of this from his parents. Soon though, Henry realizes why his parents won’t let him have a dog, and, though he understands, he is devoted to Buddy. And when something happens to Buddy, Henry may just have to let his parents in on his little secret. They could be Buddy’s last hope.

This book weaves three stories into one seamless tale. The stories interconnect in ways that are at once unexpected and heartwarming. Readers will become involved in the stories of Charlie, Bone (or Buddy), and Henry. They will laugh and cry as these tales unfold, and they will be satisfied with the final resolution. This book is not to be missed!

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