Why Dogs Are tells the story of how a dog teaches some life lessons to a very special child. It seeks to explore the concept of God's unconditional love and how someone without the ability to see or hear can comprehend its scope and His impact in our lives. Named a Finalist in the non-profit Indie Book Awards (category Spirituality, 2014), 100% percent of net profits from book sales goes to charities that train and support therapy dogs. The book is first in a series called "Love Unleashed."
The author's own dog Muttley was a therapy dog that brought his light and love to nursing home residents and to children with disabilities. Born deaf and blind, Brian was the inspiration for the book. His character is a composite of the many children who attended the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind who had to learn to live life with one or more disabilities.
"Why Dogs Are is everything a good children's book needs to be - engaging and delightful," said Amy S. Royal, professional freelance editor. "But when an author tackles a big concept and manages to convey it in a simple, yet powerful way, good becomes great. Great becomes wonderful. Wonderful becomes very special. This is an engaging, delightful and very special book with a story and message that will live forever."
Why Dogs Are
Carpenter's Son Publishing