A Christmas Story FROM W. BRUCE CAMERON
A story about how we rescue dogs and then they rescue us.
When a neighbor dumps a pregnant dog on Josh, it causes more than a little panic—Josh has never owned a pet of any kind, and the prospect of puppies just seems too much to handle. Josh is dealing with a bad breakup and the prospect of spending Christmas entirely alone, and right now “alone” is how he prefers to be. But with the help of Kerri, a rescue worker from the local shelter, Josh learns about dogs, puppies, Christmas—and true love.
Moving, heartwarming, and hilarious, this is a book to read to children and to give to friends. It is a fast-paced page-turner with exactly the sort of message you want to read during the holidays.
Kirkus reviews is famous for not liking much of anything, but they say about The Dogs of Christmas: “a book about dog lovers by an author who understands the canine soul.”
If you enjoyed W. Bruce Cameron’s other dog books, you are going to love The Dogs of Christmas, Voted the number one Christmas story of 2013 by the Washington Post!
This book only reinforced what I already knew….Bruce can write a darn good story that will make you cry and laugh at the same time….but, more importantly, he can also write a story that makes you appreciate the dogs in your life even more. A perfect holiday read! – Greg Kincaid, author of A Dog Named Christmas
Love, love, LOVE this book! It’s the best gift you can give yourself or someone you adore this holiday! – Tracy Beckerman, author of Lost in Suburbia
The Dogs of Christmas is a warm hug of a book to be put under the Christmas tree of every dog lover you know. – Iris Dart, author of Beaches