When Winnie is injured can he find a way to keep sharing hugs and having adventures?
Winnie the senior rescue dog's mission to spread kindness and love is challenged when he can no longer walk. Determined to continue his adventures, Winnie's family and friends find a way for him to keep spreading love and happiness to the world!
In sharing her love of old rescue dogs and their adventures, Lisa Domeny has provided a beautiful, positive and uplifting story for children to learn about overcoming life's challenges, friendship and spreading kindness and love to make the world a better place.
This inspiring story is told through the eyes of Winnie, and although aimed at 3-5 year old's, is enjoyable to read at any age. Winnie and the Red Winniebago demonstrates that a caring community and society doesn't discard the elderly or disabled.
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About the Author
Lisa started her love affair with senior dogs while fostering 13 year old Maggie. Although she only had Maggie for 9 months, the joy of watching her enjoying life was immeasurable. It is Lisa's hope that the Team Golden Oldies will encourage people to adopt senior dogs. "If just one senior dog is adopted because of Team Golden Oldies then they would have made a real difference in this world and their legacy will live on."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A heart-felt message that needs to be shared with everyone! I love this book…and the message of spreading kindness is perfect for my second-grade classroom. Lisa Domeny does an amazing job of writing a personal narrative told through a rescue dog’s point of view. I will be using this book to teach: • Point of view • The message of spreading kindness to others (one of our school’s monthly social skills) • Using photographs when writing a narrative, all about book, or document an adventure • Solving a problem…not excepting “I can’t” • Building friendships • What rescue dogs are • Finding the value and need in everyone regardless of age This will be one of the first books I will read aloud to my students when the school year begins. It will help set the tone of helping others and will be a great mentor text to return to in writing and as social skills need to be addressed within my classroom.