How Dog Became a Friend

How Dog Became a Friend Today dogs are considered man s best friends but thousands of years ago the world was a very different place and dogs were animals to be feared This all changes one autumn day when a young brother an

  • Title: How Dog Became a Friend
  • Author: PaulO'Neill Cynthia Colosimo
  • ISBN: 9781894463935
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • Today dogs are considered man s best friends, but thousands of years ago the world was a very different place and dogs were animals to be feared This all changes one autumn day when a young brother and sister wander too far from home and are captured by the Old Hag of the Wilderness The terrified young children beg passing animals for help, yet none will come to the rescToday dogs are considered man s best friends, but thousands of years ago the world was a very different place and dogs were animals to be feared This all changes one autumn day when a young brother and sister wander too far from home and are captured by the Old Hag of the Wilderness The terrified young children beg passing animals for help, yet none will come to the rescue But then Dog comes along Accompanied by charming watercolour illustrations, How Dog Became a Friend tells an enchanting story of how Dog left his cold and barren home to come and live among people.Shortlisted for the 2008 Heritage and History Award.Canadian Aboriginal Books for Schools 2008 2009 Selection.

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    1. "A creative and charming fairytale" -- The Aurora"The tale, accompanied by beautiful full-page watercolour illustrations by Labrador artists Cynthia Colosimo, honours the spirit of Labrador's native heritage and celebrates a respect for nature and all its creatures with an innocence seen best through the eyes of children." -- Downhome"Illustrator, Cynthia Colosimo, now lives in Labrador and draws from her experience to produce accurate and appealing illustrations that fill each page. . . . The t [...]

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