Let the dogs out has been re-done and is now available in paperback with full page watercolour illustrations.
As you might imagine, although there is a happy ending for the story’s hero, this one is something of a tear-jerker. You can read the whole story here, if you want to try before you buy, but, basically, it’s about a beagle who was born and raised in a laboratory breeding facility. The story is told from his point of view and we learn how life is for him and his peers in this bleak place. The reader actually knows more than he does because they can understand what the humans are saying, and they can read the label on the cage and the order form that slips to the floor.
The whole business is a very unhappy prospect indeed. However, about half way through the book everything changes: one of…
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