A Dog Named Boo is in The Philadelphia Tribune!

A Dog Named Boo has been featured in The Philadelphia Tribune!

On Sunday, The Philadelphia Tribune published a lovely article about A Dog Named Boo.

I’ve said it before – and there’s no doubt that I’ll say it again – it’s incredibly moving to see Boo’s story touch so many people’s lives.

Here’s a link!

A Dog Named Boo book signing in Ridgefield, CT on September 27th!

Invited by Books on the Common, Lisa will be signing copies of A Dog Named Boo at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum on September 27th!

I’m very excited to let everyone know that I’ve been invited by Books on the Common in Ridgefield, CT to give a talk and sign copies of A Dog Named Boo on September 27th at 7:00 PM!

The event itself will be held at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum – here’s a link to the details!

See you there!

Brodart reviewed A Dog Named Boo!

A Dog Named Boo by Lisa J. Edwards was reviewed by Brodart, the largest library supplier in the country. In short, they loved it!

It’s hard to believe that we’re only a month away from the publication of A Dog Named Boo, but when the reviews start appearing it really brings it home that the book is right on top of us.

The latest review that I’ve seen is from Brodart – the largest library supplier in the country.

In short, they love it!

Here’s an excerpt:

[quote]I was very moved by all the good Boo, along with Lisa, did for so many people. Much of this story takes place in the early 2000s, when research for the positive effect dogs can have in all kinds of situations was still new and limited, so it was interesting to watch people become believers simply by witnessing Boo’s remarkable work.[/quote]

[quote]Perhaps the best part of the book, for me anyway, was how inspired I felt after reading it (as nonfiction of this type should do to a reader). I desperately want to get Odin involved in some sort of animal assisted therapy or education, one because I know how much he would enjoy the attention, but also because I know that, like Boo, Odin’s charm could make someone with a terminal illness smile for the first time in days or relax a child nervous to be reading in front of a group.[/quote]

[quote]Add A Dog Named Boo to your shelves today, so animal lovers, animal trainers, and anyone interested in animal assisted therapy can read the story of this amazing dog who overcame all odds, plus changed the lives of so many, including his owners.[/quote]

A Dog Named Boo is also on Facebook – head on over and let Boo know how much you like him!

A Dog Named Boo will be on Wisconsin Public Radio!

A Dog Named Boo by Lisa J. Edwards will be featured on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Chapter A Day program!

I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to say that A Dog Named Boo will be featured on Wisconsin Public Radio‘s Chapter A Day program.

If you’re not familiar with Chapter A Day, here’s a synopsis from WPR:

In the 1990s, publishers finally discovered what Chapter a Day listeners have known for decades — everyone loves to be read to.

Chapter a Day brings the best books to radio, read by professional radio performers who have learned to establish a bond between the writer and the listener. They are read in half-hour installments, finishing a book in ten or more readings.

The books have ranged from best-sellers such as Jacqueline Mitchard’s Deep End of the Ocean, Tom Wolfe’s Bonfire of the Vanities and Anne Tyler’s Ladder of Years, to literary gems like Howard Owens’ Littlejohn to non-fiction masterpieces like Stephen Ambrose’s Undaunted Courage and Joseph Ellis’ American Sphinx.

Listeners have enjoyed hundreds of books on Chapter a Day, catching up on the latest books while rediscovering the essential pleasure – the joy of being read to.

Once the broadcast schedule is provided to us I’ll let everyone know!