A Home for Abigail

A Home for Abigail Alone and abandoned on a deserted street a dog tries her best to tell people she needs help When she has almost given up a kind lady stops Join Abigail on her journey as she becomes a beloved family

  • Title: A Home for Abigail
  • Author: S. Marriott Cook
  • ISBN: 9781634132794
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Alone and abandoned on a deserted street, a dog tries her best to tell people she needs help.When she has almost given up a kind lady stops Join Abigail on her journey as she becomes a beloved family member in a forever home.Based on a true story, A Home for Abigail is a book to be enjoyed by pet lovers of all ages.Awards won by A Home for AbigailThe Kindness AwardAlone and abandoned on a deserted street, a dog tries her best to tell people she needs help.When she has almost given up a kind lady stops Join Abigail on her journey as she becomes a beloved family member in a forever home.Based on a true story, A Home for Abigail is a book to be enjoyed by pet lovers of all ages.Awards won by A Home for AbigailThe Kindness Award for The Feathered Quill 2015 2016 Best Children s Book of the Year for Reader Views Kids First Place Royal Dragonfly Award pet animal category 2016First Place Reader Views Reviewers Choice Awards 2016 for the Young Reader Category 2015 2016 I Have Something to Say Press Award 2nd place Purple Dragonfly Award Best Children s Book over 6 2nd place Purple Dragonfly Award Children s Book in pet animal categoryA Home for Abigail is on the approved reading list of The National Humane Education Society

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    1. Loved it!A Home for Abigail is a beautifully written and illustrated story about a dog who tries to find her place in a forever home. From the kid-friendly lessons about spay/neuter and microchipping told from the animals’ perspectives, to the charm the animals’ personalities add to the story, this is a must read for anyone who has enjoyed the companionship of a pet. Heartwarming and memorable, A Home for Abigail will have you laughing in some parts while tearing up in others, and it will be [...]

    2. Anyone who has a love for animals will adore this book! For children & adults alike, the message contained in Ms. Cook's story speaks from a passionate, knowledgeable background in animal rescue, and the importance of spay & neuter is paramount. Working in a veterinary clinic, we have folks bringing in strays everyday, not knowing how to help them. It's heartbreaking to see the number of homeless animals out there who aren't offered the kindness of a stranger, & from personal experie [...]

    3. I was lucky enough to get a copy from Netgalley. This book was so sad in the beginning but it ended beautifully.I loved it!!!I am a crazy animal lover so it was right up my alley.I will surely read this to the kids at school.Hopefully we can get it for our library at school.

    4. LOVE this so much. Please get the word out about this book. This is a book about a rescue dog and will be great for children interested in animals. It's also great for kids not interested in animals as it can help teach them empathy and to consider how everyone hasn't come from the same privileged life they may have. It's also good for kiddos who have had their own struggles. Wonderful book all around. I love that the author is also the illustrator.

    5. Such a sweet story about the sweet, lovable dog that was abandoned. My grandchildren really enjoyedhaving this book read to them. Especially with the animals telling their side of the story. The pictures were wonderfulautifully done. They looked forward to knowing what happened to Abigail. I hope theywill remember the lesson about rescue animals.

    6. This book is a masterpiece! A heartwarming story, precious characters and beautiful illustrations throughout. Helpful perspectives on pet adoption and care come through as well, presented in a friendly way. Inspiring! I loved it!

    7. Wonderful book!As someone who has done animal rescue for over 30 years, this is a long overdue book. The necessity of spay/neuter and microchipping are told in an easy to understand way for all ages.The illustrations are beautiful, the story is precious but informative and best of all it has a HEA (Happily Ever After!) ending.It should be in every school’s library - a must to share with children.

    8. What a fantastic book! For anyone that has ever experienced the unconditional love of an animal, this is a touching story about joys that they can bring into our lives. I only wish I could understand what all my animals are saying to each other!!

    9. A very special tale of a kind couple who adopt “Abby.” Especially helpful in educating children about responsible pet ownership. Love the interaction between the animal characters and their humans!

    10. This delightful book introduces the reader to Abigail, a very big dog, who is in need of a new home. Along her journey Abigail meets some very kind humans and quite a few fellow creatures -- furry and feathered -- who help her adjust to a world of love and kindness and safety. The creature companions have quite a bit of knowledge to share with Abigail and they are fun and funny.Don't miss reading this sweet book! Read it to your children and show them the wonderful illustrations. Help children u [...]

    11. This is a story about a family that rescues a big white dog that they don't really want but decide to keep anyway. The story is told from the perspective (mostly) of the dog, who can talk. All the other animals can talk as well. I found it annoying but I think kids might like thinking about the point of view of the animals and thinking about the personalities of the animals. It would be a great book to think about the ethical treatment of animals and so you could pair it with "A Dog's Life" by A [...]

    12. The beginning was so incredibly sad, I found it hard to imagine reading the story to a child. But it was so sweet by the end, I think I will definitely read it to my daughter to explain how we got her dog and cat.

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