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Two wonderful dog stories are interwoven to create the informative children's book New-Found-Land: The Tales of Two Dogs. The first story is about a Newfoundland dog named Boomer, who solves a modern-day mystery with the help of two friends, Worm and Hawk. Told through the voice of Boomer, children will learn many facts about the different animals that Boomer and his friends meet. In the second story, travel along with Seaman, the Newfoundland dog that was lucky enough to accompany the exciting Lewis and Clark Expedition. This historic trek across the American wilderness began in 1803 and lasted three years. All the facts in Seaman's story have been researched and are believed to be true. Both of these dog's tales begin in St. Louis, but over 200 years apart! Author Bio: Karen Jansen is a retired school teacher who grew up in the Ozarks of Missouri and now lives in St. Louis. "I write to teach," she says. "I love to write stories that teach children real facts about nature, history and science." Publisher's website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/New-Found-Land-TheTalesOfTwoDogs.html
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