sashi-coversAnnouncing a 3 rd book in the Sashi series — Sashi and the Puppy Mill Girl (expected availability late August). All three of these delightful, beautifully illustrated children’s books are a must have for Sheltie lovers (of all ages!) and anyone who has ever rescued a Sheltie.

Based on the true story of Cinnamon, one of the “Lancaster 11” rescued from a puppy mill in 2007 by SSPSNJ…

“Anna and her mother love fostering Shelties through Shetland Sheepdog Rescue. By taking care of rescued dogs, they help the dogs become ready to find a forever home. They’ve already adopted two Shelties of their own, Sashi and Buddy, and their newest foster is a shy girl named Cinnamon who’s been rescued from a puppy mill. Neglected and frightened, Cinnamon has a tough time settling into her new home at first but with help from Sashi and Buddy, Cinnamon realizes she doesn’t have to be afraid.”

As with the other Sashi books, a portion of proceeds is donated to Shetland Sheepdog Placement Services of NJ. Sheltie Rescues can contact Linda directly for discount pricing – great fund raising item!

Endorsed by National Sheltie Rescue!

“In Linda Greiner’s third book in the Sashi series we learn about Cinnamon. Sashi has met many foster Shelties, but shy Cinnamon is very special. With the friendship of Sashi and Buddy she blossoms into the happy Sheltie she was meant to be. A story that will touch the hearts of children and adults. All three Sashi books are wonderful stories, beautifully illustrated, and loved by children everywhere.”
—Barbara Edelberg
Director,ASSA National Sheltie Rescue Network

“The third book in the Sashi series is an excellent addition to the first two. Vivid colors and ease of reading make this an ideal children’s book—with a loving message.”
—Dorothy Christiansen
Founder and CFO, ASSA National Sheltie Rescue Network

To Purchase – visit http://www.sashi-the- scared-little- sheltie.com/

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2 Responses to “Awesome New Book! Sashi and the Puppy Mill Girl”

  1. Bobbie Pyron

    Thank you Sashi for shining a gentle light on the sad impact of puppy mills and the amazing resilience of these dogs. Love wins!

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