When Buster, a twelve-year-old Australian shepherd, disappeared for two weeks in the dead of winter, there was little hope that his family would see him again. Unable to walk when he was found, it was a miracle that he survived. But this was only the first of a series of mishaps that took Buster a little too close to "the big kennel in the sky."
Featured on the front page of the local newspaper, Buster's story brought an outpouring of emotion and support that deeply affected his family. It crystallized the essential message of this book that feelings are more important than things.
So the family's annual Christmas letter had to come from Buster. His fresh approach had a unique twist which touched people deeply. Once you have read his letter, its simple but powerful message will reinforce what your heart already knows.
The story begins with the author's children begging for a puppy, traces Buster's antics as he establishes his place in the family and ends with the emotional roller coaster of his survival.
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"Anyone who has ever loved a dog will be captivated by this compelling story." - James B. Stewart, Pulitzer Prize Winner and best-selling author of Blood Sport, Den of Thieves and DisneyWarAbout the Author:
Lee Wilson is a marketing and strategy consultant. He wrote for his hometown newspaper in Quincy, IL while he was in school. His Harvard MBA took him to New York where he became a partner in a consulting firm and a senior corporate executive. The father of three children, Lee lives with his wife and family in Greenwich, CT.
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