Being different in life does not have to be an obstacle, and in A Different Little Doggy, this tiny little dog named Taz sees benefits to being small and is comfortable with who she is. A Different Little Doggy is a heart warming story teaching children ages 4 to 8 important lessons about acceptance and friendship through colorful, lively illustrations and a rhyming story line. An award winning book, it's a true, inspirational story of a disabled dog. As the story starts, Taz encounters a problem with her knees and has to go to the doggy doctor because she is in a lot of pain. The illustrations creatively depict Taz on crutches with pins being used to fix her knees. All fixed up now, the story continues with Taz at a birthday party and playing ball at the park pointing out other ways she is different from her friends; differences that do not matter to any of them. Without warning, as it did in real life, Taz then goes blind, and her life goes on, just in a bit different way. In the final pages of the story, Taz teaches us to be accepting of others who may be different. The message of this story teaches children (and adults) it is OK to be themselves.
|File size:||10 MB|
|Age Range:||5 - 11 Years|
About the Author
As a motivational speaker and author, Heather Whittaker shares with groups and organizations of all sizes the amazing benefits of living your life ‘Unleashed’! Combining 15 plus years of operations management experience, a Masters degree in Organizational Leadership, and a love of nature, wildlife, and animals, she inspires audiences to live the lives they deserve through the principles of passion, people, and purpose. Heather is the proud author of ‘The Tazie Effect’, 'Everything You Need to Know in Life Can Be Learned from A Dog’ and ‘A Different Little Doggy’. Connect with Heather, learn more about her furry friends, and purchase physical copies of her books at www.heatherwhittaker.com.