Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Introducing A Dog Like Daisy by Kristin O’Donnell Tubb

Joining a new writer's group can be tough, especially when you logged your newbie years in a completely different genre. But Kristin O'Donnell Tubb was always warm and welcoming. So I've been eagerly awaiting the release of her latest book because I can't wait to support her by buying my copy. Well...also...DOG!!! Check out her cover and scroll down to read all about her new book.




Blurb:

Max meets A Dog Called Homeless in this sweet and poignant middle grade novel told from the humorous, thoughtful perspective of a rescued pit bull as she trains to be a service dog for an injured veteran and his family.

Daisy has only ten weeks to prove her usefulness or else be sent back to the pound. Yet if she goes back, who will protect Colonel Victor from his PTSD attacks? Or save the littler human, Micah, from those infernal ear muzzles he calls earphones? What if no one ever adopts her again?

Determined to become the elite protector the colonel needs, Daisy vows to ace the service dog test. She’ll accept the ridiculous leash and learn to sit, heel, shake, even do your business, Daisy when told to. But Daisy must first learn how to face her own fears from the past or risk losing the family she’s so desperate to guard—again.


Buy Links:

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Bio:



Kristin O'Donnell Tubb is the author of several books for young readers, including A Dog Like Daisy, John Lincoln Clem: Civil War Drummer Boy (written as E. F. Abbott), The 13th Sign, Selling Hope, and Autumn Winifred Oliver Does Things Different. She’s also written many activity books featuring well-loved characters such as Scooby-Doo, Bugs Bunny, the Powerpuff Girls, and Strawberry Shortcake. Kristin lives near Nashville, Tennessee, with her bouncy-loud family. Just like her two dogs, she can be bribed with cheese. You can visit her online at www.kristintubb.com.


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5 comments:

  1. Who wouldn't want to read about a dog? And she's helping a military family - double bonus. Congratulations, Kristin.

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  2. Books written from a dog's perspective--now that's good read.

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  3. Daisy sounds like a wonderful pet to have any day.

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  4. I agree with your other readers. This sounds like a terrific book...and I LOVE that it is written from a dog's perspective. Thanks for sharing this Stephanie.
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  5. Sounds like a great book!!! Thanks for sharing Stephanie!

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