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Lucky Me Perfect Paperback – November 1, 2009
Lucky Me is an important resource for elementary educators teaching compassion and responsibility skills to students or for those with children who are considering adding an animal to their family. Told in the voice of the adorable dog Rocky, this book teaches kids how to identify and react to animal feelings, what a pet needs to be a safe, happy part of a human family and the role of the humane society in helping animals find safe homes. It even has a pledge page so a child can formally agree to give food, water, shelter and love to their new animal friend! The crisp photos beautifully illustrate the book s points and lovingly draw children into the world of joy that animals can bring to our families and lives. --Liliana Manzone, Elementary Educator and Learning Specialist
Christi has an uncanny sense of connection with both children and animals and it makes this book sing. Her words and photographs speak of the intimate journey from being lost to being found - a timeless message that resonates with readers of every age as well as sheds light on the beautiful spirits of the dedicated people who rescue and place animals. Christi s heart and vision is visible on every page; a gift to us all. --Kristin Armstrong, mother of three children and six pets, author, speaker, freelance writer, and contributing editor for Runner s World magazine.
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1) How to approach a dog (closed fist and pet the back).
2) How to keep a dog safe (collar and a tag with the owner's phone number).
3) Animal signals using pictures - unhappy, happy, growly, etc.
4) How to take care of your best friend - fresh water! Food! Love! Attention!
Thoroughly enjoyable book!
Such a great buy...totally worth it- not boring (as most educational books are), great pictures, not too wordy.