A canine that Sarah Lean describes as homeless

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Love, loss and friendship

A dog that Sarah Lean calls homeless is a beautiful contemporary children's novel about love, loss and friendship. It is suitable for children from the age of eight.

The novel examines the gap after a mother's death (a year before the story begins). Everyone deals with death differently, but no one believes Cally when she says she sees her mother.

Love extends beyond the grave as we watch a mother's ties to her family.

New friendships develop, which are of crucial importance for everyone involved. A huge dog unites hearts.

Communication is more than just our voice. We see the importance of braille to open life.

The story is written in the first person from Cally's perspective. We understand their feelings and feel their sense of loss.

A dog named homeless is a beautiful story and perfect for all ages.

JULIA WILSON

This entry was posted on July 25, 2020 in Children and tagged A Dog Called Homeless, Book Review, Sarah Lean. Bookmark the permalink.

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