Review: Gobi: A Little Dog With a Big Heart

Imagine, a hot day, you are in a race, you want to win.
You have rules to help you run better just as every runner does.  
The end is clear, run smart, run fast, run to win. 
Then you discover a small, furry bump in the road.

                                                What's a fellow to do?



And thus the story of Gobi is told.  

Through the eyes of one little dog, and his person.  Because you know... that runner guy became her person.  :)

This is a very cute book, the dog is so well illustrated, her personality just comes to life in the pages of this short picture book.   
Gobi tells part of the story, and then Dion tells part of the story.   Always showing both sides of the story making this a very cute book to share with your children.
The story of how Gobi got to her new home in Scotland is included at the close of the book.   From what I understand, this book is the children's version of another book which tells the full story of Dion and Gobi.    This version is sure to delight the children in your life.   

Once again, I loved the illustrations, can't you just see the determination in the runners and the joy is that little dog?


Gobi: A Little Dog with a Big Heart
Dion Leonard
illustrator: Lisa Manuzar
Tommy Nelson
32 pages
Hardcover, Picture Book

Reviewed for: BookLookBloggers

Where Can I Find It?
Amazon.ca: Gobi: A Little Dog with a Big Heart.
Amazon.com: Gobi: A Little Dog with a Big Heart.



This post may contain affiliate links - using affiliate links from A Net in Time helps fuel this blog and our homeschool - thank you! ©2006-2017 A Net In Time. All rights reserved. All text, photographs, artwork, and other content may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form without the written consent of the author. A Net In Time . We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites

2 comments

Hi! thanks for stopping by. I love comments, it's good to talk with each other eh?