If you are Dog Lover you will love this book!
“Pellegino-Itailian for Pilgrim, and you are a traveler from a far.” Pellegrino was his name. An unique dog with pink fur was dropped off at the “Give me Shelter,” an animal shelter run by a woman named Zuki. Zuki was a kind animal lover who was very protective of all of her dogs at the shelter, especially of Pellegrino. Because Pellegrino was unique, visitors took a keen interest in Pellegrino. A few visitors who came to the shelter and wanted to adopt Pellegrino as their own dog. Some visitors were not so nice people and wanted Pellegrino for their own selfish reasons, as to use as a test dog, bring in business to a carnival, etc. Zuki, the kind owner of the shelter saw the true character of the potential dog owners of Pelleginos’. If Zuki saw that that person wanted Zuki for the wrong reasons or feared that they would mistreat Pelligrino, then Pellegrino would not be adopted by that wrongful person. Does Pellegrino find a good owner and home to be adopted to, read the book today and see!
The Painted Pilgrim
A book for true dog lovers and a book to teach kids about the proper and humane treatment of animals. The reader learns how dogs have feelings too and how animals shouldn’t be taken advantage of because of differences. Kids and adults learn about different dog breeds and their views of the dog breeds. A book for kids and parents to read together who are considering getting a family dog or any animal for a pet. A cute book with a great storyline! Highly Recommended.
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