A young puppy leads a double life by tricking its two masters, each of whom thinks the dog is his. For children of divorced parents this story can be reassuring by showing that one can belong to and be loved by more than one family.
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Puppies do tend to be rascals; do tend to play tricks on their masters; do wind their way into the hearts of all that know and love them. So it is with this young puppy who is a master trickster. Good tail!About the Author:
Writing is Richards' third career. She moved from homemaking, to the corporate world, then retired to become a photo/journalist and magazine section writer for a local newspaper. She has received state and national photography awards from the National Federation of Press Women as well as several writing awards. Books and animals were always part of her life.
Karen Malzeke-McDonald is a full-time illustrator living in New York Karen majored in art with much of her study in printmaking and painting. She has a genuine love and respect for nature and animals which is often reflected in her art. She enjoys taking care of her family and their pets.
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Book Description Brunswick Publishing Corporation, 1997. Library Binding. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1556181647