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Nuzzle: Love Between a Boy and His Service Dog Paperback – November 14, 2011

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"What looks like a children's book is actually a profound story about the need to be loved, the need to be accepted, and the need to have a place in the world."

-- Eve Bogan, Director, Disabilities Division, Jewish Family & Career Services, Atlanta, Georgia

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