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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The Little Dog in the Middle of the Road by Sharon P. Stanley


A little dog ‘s person goes away for a few days. Not happy where he is staying, he goes into the middle of the road to look for his person. He finds a nice person to help him but it is not his person. He wants his person and knows that they have to come down the road to find him. So, he sits in the middle of the road and waits.

The connection humans and pets share is heartwarming indeed. The familiarity and bond that develops over time is centered on love and trust. Little Dog in the Middle of the Road beautifully shows the impeccable relationship between owners and pets. Journey along with Little Dog through the ups and downs of doubt of an owner’s pending return. Does “His person” return to Little Dog or does he need to learn how to fend for himself? Or will love triumphant? - Donna (Goodreads)
About the author:
Although Sharon Stanley has been writing for years, it was only after her youngest son graduated high school that she got serious about it. 

She joined the SCBWI and began to write with an eye to publish children’s picture books. Sharon published her first print book, The Little Dog in the Middle of the Road last winter with Silver Tongue Press, and has several others under contract. 

She lives with 5 chickens, 4 dogs, 3 cats, 2 sons and one husband on a working farm in Virginia, where she endeavors to “live creatively…with cows.” 
She enjoys mixed media artwork and blogs about her creative and farm life at farmandfrufru.blogspot.com
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Anonymous said...

This book sounds so cute! Thanks for the giveaway!

Joseph Hawkshaw said...

Looks like a great read would love to read.

Sharon Stanley said...

Thanks so much Stephanie and Joe!

Unknown said...

lots of love for your book, and your giveaway thank you :)

Unknown said...

I look forward to reading the book and thanks. Appreciate the chance.