The blue house dog

All day and night in sun and rain and snow, a stray dog wanders the streets of a neighborhood after its devoted owner has died. No one takes much notice of the thin, unremarkable animal that some people call Bones. No one except the narrator, a young boy, who takes an interest in the dog’s well being. The two form a strong attachment that ultimately leads to mutual ownership as each finds companionship and solace in the other.

Readers will be deeply affected by Deborah Blumenthal’s story of love, loss, and love regained and will easily empathize with the narrator, sharing his concern for an animal in need.

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