Twice a year the library staff display their current book favorites for you to read and enjoy. Rate the books you read from the display by submitting a ballot at your branch in order to enter a drawing for a $25 gift card. Check out what the library staff considers current "good reads" and give us your feedback on our choices by voting at a branch and posting a comment.

Monday, July 1, 2013

COMET’S TALE: HOW THE DOG I RESCUED SAVED MY LIFE by Steven D. Wolf

When attorney Steven Wolf is forced to retire because of spinal degeneration, a chance encounter with fostered greyhounds leads him to adopt Comet, an abandoned racing dog. Comet is very affectionate, demonstrates a keen sensitivity to her owner’s increasing disability, and, with Wolf’s patient training, becomes a fully functioning service dog. Not just for dog lovers, this is a heartwarming illustration of the human-animal bond.



2 comments:

Cindy said...

Good human and dog relationship book. At times it was sad, other times humerous.

Anonymous said...

I loved this book. Probably because ok have a strong bias towards Greyhounds and have been a foster and adoptive parent. Would recommend for a good read.