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Celebration of Bobbie Pyron’s novel, A Dog’s Way Home and SRU Fundraiser!

This is Bobbie Pyron, enthusiastic and long time supporter of Sheltie Rescue.  She’s pictured here with, Teddy, one of two Shelties she adopted from Sheltie Rescue of Utah.  And…in this photo, Bobbie is holding a copy of a novel she’s authored titled, A Dog’s Way Home.  This story is about a Sheltie.  Bobbie Pyron’s book, A Dog’s Way Home, will be launched at the King’s English Bookstore, 1511 South 15th East in Salt Lake City this upcoming Saturday, March 12th, at 2:00pm.

We need as many of our supporters there as possible to come and support Bobbie.  Not only because we appreciate all that Bobbie has done for us and because the novel is about a Sheltie, but because Bobbie is going to donate $5.00 for each copy of her book sold at this event to Sheltie Rescue of Utah!  This is the Bobbie we know and love!  So please make a point of joining us and helping Bobbie celebrate the launch of her new novel and help Sheltie Rescue raise funds!

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2 comments to Celebration of Bobbie Pyron’s novel, A Dog’s Way Home and SRU Fundraiser!

  • I was extremely fortunate that Bobbie was willing to allow me to review a pre-production draft of her new book. It’s not possible to overstate my enthusiasm for A Dog’s Way Home! The characters are not only very sympathetic, but very real, three-dimensional. The book is a bit of a tear-jerker and gave me quite a roller-coaster ride of ups and downs. Bobbie’s ability to get into the mind of her canine protagonist is astounding (and this comes from a guy who thinks he was a Sheltie in a previous life). I unreservedly recommend this book, not only to young adults, but to adults of all ages…and to kids as well. Ten year old kids will easily comprehend it, and it would make a great book for parents to read (chapter at a time) to younger kids as well.

    Astonishingly, I heard today that Barnes and Noble have declined to carry the book, for reasons that I have not been given! For the life of me, I can’t understand why this would happen. But, far worse, is that I’ve also heard that the publisher of A Dog’s Way Home is not willing to publish future books from Bobbie because of Barnes and Noble’s decision. I intend to contact B&N directly and complain bitterly about their decision. After you’ve read the book and have seen for yourself its quality, I encourage you to do the same.

  • Why would they decline to sell the book??? 

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