Bodo: The Tale of The Woodcarver's Dog

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9781419626661: Bodo: The Tale of The Woodcarver's Dog

When an American family on Florida's Gulf Coast inherits a three-year-old male boxer from a distant German uncle, they are completely unaware of the man’s fame as a world-class breeder and trainer. The Jenkins family could not know that the young boxer they were about to open their hearts to was no ordinary dog, possessing skills few dogs in the world would ever acquire. It didn't take long for fourteen-year-old AJ to discover some of his new dog's special talents and he began applying them in very unusual ways, which eventually led him and his family into serious trouble. This family was about to find the fate of their entire town forever changed as family members learned the true value of the legacy left to them by a remarkable man they had never met. (Ages 12-up)

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M.D. Adams (1960-2009) was a family man and dog lover. He has done everything from owning a world champion to Intercontinental breeding in an effort to further the breeds he loved. He spent many years in Florida exploring sunken ships and combing the beaches with his metal detector. The jobs he held included Stock Broker, Insurance agent, and Entrepreneur. This story is his brain child. With the help of his son, M. D. Adams Jr. and his sister, the author has brought forth a heart-warming story for the entire family. He passed away on November 4th 2009 after a short battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 49. L.E. Adams is the sister of M.D. Adams and was the creative force driving this book forward. She is an avid dog lover who deals with rescues. A career artist by trade, she owns and operates a successful Design Studio near Philadelphia. This book would not be without her dedication and hard work.

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A heartwarming family story appropriate for readers of all ages, especially dog-lovers. -- Kirkus Discoveries August 29, 2006

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