Christine wrote this book in memory of, and as a tribute to, her forever dog, Martha, who left this world when she was 13 years old. 

 Christine and Martha had 13 wonderful years together and shared many adventures but Christine wanted to thank Martha for the magic she had brought into Christine’s life – and that’s when this little book was born.

The opening page says: ‘Whenever a puppy is born on earth a guardian angel waits nearby to welcome the puppy into the world and take it under her heavenly wings.’

As in ‘For Every Cat an Angel’ the premise is simple: the puppy chooses its forever person, they love each other unconditionally and share many wonderful adventures together. When it’s time for the dog to leave its earthly body the angel acts as a bridge between the forever person and the forever dog.

Although we may share our lives with many other pets the forever dog will always be watching and waiting for the joyful day when we join them – together, forever, at last.

My favourite page says this: ‘Nothing brings your forever dog more joy than knowing you are happy, even if that means bringing a new dog companion into your life. Your forever dog lovingly remembers the special place it had in your heart, and is delighted to know another dog will get to share all the love you have to offer.’

Christine’s illustrations are lovely, very simplistic but engaging, and once again in every picture the angel is hiding somewhere which comforts the reader that all animals have a guardian angel watching over them.

For Every Dog an Angel can be purchased direct from Christine’s website:

www.lightheartedpress.com

You can write to Lighthearted Press Inc

PO BOX 90125

PORTLAND,

Oregon 97290

Or email davis@lightheartedpress.com

The book comes in hardback and costs $9.95 plus $4.00 for postage/shipping.

The ISBN is 0-9659225-2-9

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