This is the first part of a series that is intended to entertain and teach children while they explore the world alongside Sasha and her best friend, the dog Winston. Marian L. Thomas’s book shows children that a dog can be much more than a pet: he can be a friend from whom they can learn many things about the environment and how society works. Paying attention to what Winston does and how he behaves, Sasha learns how to deal with bullying, how to make new friends by simply being nice and polite, and how to overcome her fears. All these lessons will help young readers understand the world better, as well as accept the fact that people are different and they have to be appreciated for who they are, and not judged for the way they look.
The character Winston is based on a real dog that was adopted from a shelter and became part of the author’s family. Describing him, Marian L. Thomas says: ‘He loved people and other dogs, and could often be found outside running around with a smile on his face.’ It’s easy to see why children have so much to learn from Sasha’s Winston: he shows them what happiness and friendship truly mean. Moreover, the character sends an even more important message: children can learn invaluable things from everything that surrounds them.
‘Things Sasha Learned from Her Dog Winston’ has everything it needs to keep the little ones glued to the pages: adorable characters, exciting adventures, and beautiful illustrations. Parents who want to offer their children a truly amazing gift shouldn’t forget that the book will be on sale for $0.99 on Amazon, on July 22-23, 2014.
Here is where you can find it: http://www.amazon.com/