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New Children’s Book: Sashi, the Scared Little Sheltie

SashiThis wonderful new children’s book has been written by Linda Greiner and illustrated by Morgan Spicer of Bark Point Studio. Linda is generously donating a portion of the sale proceeds to Shetland Sheepdog Placement Services of New Jersey.

Sashi, the Scared Little Sheltie tells the true story of a little Sheltie who does what came naturally – she “herds” everything that moves. Because her original family does not understand, she is left at a shelter and cowers in the back of the cage, not knowing what she did wrong. Adopted through Sheltie Rescue, her new family helps Sashi overcome her rocky start in life and she blossoms into the confident, happy dog she was meant to be!

Sashi’s book is in hard cover and retails for $14.95. Bonus: All books will be shipped with a special bookmark that has two illustrations by Morgan Spicer.  Please note: rescues should contact Linda directly for discounted pricing.

Visit http://www.njsheltiemom.com/sashischildrensbook.html for a sneak peak of some wonderful illustrations and to place your order. Expected availability is November 24th, 2014. These will make a great gift – just in time for the holidays!

7 Responses »

  1. Brown Books is honored to have helped Linda publish “Sashi the Scared Little Sheltie.” This adorably illustrated book is a heart-warming story that will teach children of all ages what it really means to adopt a train a Sheltie. It takes some time and patience, but what develops is a loving bond and new family member.

  2. I ordered 2!! We are so excited!!

  3. Blair Crandell Reber have you seen this?

  4. Want to order but can’t get link to work

  5. Illustrating Sashi’s story has been one of my favorite projects as an illustrator. Her story is so sweet and is sure to resonate with any dog-loving family!

  6. What an adorable cover! Sounds like it would make a great gift for the holidays. Hugs to Linda for helping sheltie’s in rescue!

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