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An inspiring collection of stories about kids and their relationships with dogs, horses, cats, llamas, rabbits, and even turkeys. From Sparkles who saved lives with fire safety education to the turkey who loves music, each animal finds a way to love unconditionally and comfort, even heal, children.
Allen Anderson and Linda Anderson, both popular authors and speakers, live in Minneapolis, MN. Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of the American Humane Association, lives in Englewood, CO. Steve Dale writes a syndicated newspaper column, hosts two syndicated radio shows, and lives in Chicago.
Table of Contents
|Miniature Horse Patty Pat Answers a Parent's Prayer||p. 3|
|Midas Makes Our Dream Come True||p. 8|
|Surf Dog Ricochet Changes the World for Children||p. 15|
|A Cat Therapist for David||p. 27|
|The Turkey Who Helped a Blind Teenager Find Her Song||p. 34|
|Justice for Children with Golden Caitee||p. 41|
|Peter Pan's Nana Became My Daughters' Playmate||p. 52|
|My Child with Autism and the Dog Who Adores Her||p. 62|
|The Kindness of Horses, Llamas, and Chickens||p. 69|
|Lille Is an Angel on a Leash||p. 81|
|Missy's Magical Llamas||p. 90|
|Simon, My Cat with Special Needs, Gives Hope to Children||p. 96|
|Childhood Horses Saved My Life||p. 102|
|Casper the Rabbit Touched My Son||p. 106|
|The Horse Who Heard Christopher's First Words||p. 113|
|Megan, My Bridge to Normalcy||p. 118|
|Pepperoni the Turtle Teaches Jamesey about Change||p. 123|
|Frankie and Jackson Face Life's Challenges Together||p. 127|
|Reading to Queen Sassy and the Guinea Pigs||p. 136|
|Unbreakable Willow||p. 142|
|Rescued Dalmatian, Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog, Rescues Others||p. 149|
|Brut, My Brown-Eyed Boy||p. 155|
|Bella Made Me Forget the Bullies||p. 160|
|A Dog Named Leaf Knows Where the Ow-ees Are||p. 162|
|Appendix: What to Consider When Deciding to Bring a Pet into the Family: Interview with Sonia C. Velazquez||p. 169|
|Additional Photographers||p. 191|
|About Allen and Linda Anderson||p. 193|
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