Have you ever wondered what your dog would say, if he could speak? Well… think no longer!
"PRINCE THE DOG" is no normal dog. He has had some crazy life adventures and wants to tell you all about them. His life began in a doggy-training program. He was training to help disabled veterans. But then he became very sick and never saw his trainer Mr. Albert again. Prince knew Mr. Albert wanted to hear from him, so he started writing him letters. Prince writes about how he ended up being adopted by the best family ever. They take care of his special needs and live in a cool neighborhood in Florida!
Dear Mr. Albert, …It's Me, Prince! is the first book in a series for readers fourth grade and above. If you and your children love dogs, action, and LOL (laughing out loud) they will be waiting on the edge of their seats for the next book to be published. The Dear Mr. Albert series is also used for educational purposes. Students will learn about disabilities and the importance of our countries veterans, while learning many new vocabulary words!
What is really COOL about this book? A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS WILL GO TO DISABLED VETERANS IN NEED OF SERVICE DOGS!
Let me start by saying that I absolutely loved reading this book. I am a dog lover, so this book caught my eye right away! Although I am a grown woman every so often I like to read a light-hearted children’s book. This quick read was so uplifting, and I simply adored how “Prince the dog” narrates his letters in the book. How clever! All I could think about was how much my nephew, who is eleven, would also get a kick out of reading about a dog’s perspective on life, while learning new words, like veterinarian, disability and veteran. I cannot wait to give my nephew this book to read, he is going to fall in love with Prince, just like I did! Prince is incredibly funny, and when reading about his adventures you will feel his raw emotion. He taught me a lot, I cannot wait to try giving my dog chicken soup ice cubes and I am going to try teaching my dog some of the commands Prince shares in the back of the book. I highly recommend this book for all ages, dog families, and elementary school teachers should be using it as a staple in their classroom. I am an active reader and I give this book 5 Gold Stars. And kudos for giving a portion of the book proceeds to helping our countries disabled veterans. I cannot say I have ever read a book that has that type of philanthropic interest. I look forward to the next Dear Mr. Albert book. You will be thrilled with your purchase of this book.
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