This picture book is Cameron Pendergraft's sixth delightful offering. The boy told the story of his family's beloved dog Titus. He related the many humorous ways in which Titus was special. As the story progressed, he explained that Titus had died. He shared happy things each family member remembered about Titus, how the dog was involved in all aspects of the family's life, and what the dog particularly enjoyed and how he showed it. His brother, his parents, and he were having a hard time doing things that Titus had relished. As they found remembrances of their pet, he divulged how those kept Titus alive for them. His musings will remind readers that good memories, photos, collars, and favorite toys keep pets alive in our memories and hearts. This heartwarming, sensitive tale expands on the uniqueness of each pet and how important each one will always be. You can follow along on this family's journey after the death of their loved dog Titus and will relate if you've ever had a pet dog that died.
|8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.11(d)
|6 - 8 Years