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When you adopt a dog, it doesn’t matter what breed they are, they come into your family— no questions asked. You can add another dog of a different breed, and the dogs don’t care what color of fur each other have or what country they originated from; they only care about their favorite toy or their food bowl. The new dog just becomes part of the family.

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Description

Dawn chooses to use animals to tackle some of the tough subjects. Double Trouble is a story about two lively Labrador puppies, who are a little bit of trouble wherever they go. Their world soon is confused when they try to figure out what a family looks like–who makes up a family? Come with these two active dogs, as they discover that families may look quite different than they imagined. Some have a mom and dad, some have two moms and dads, some children are being raised by their Grandparents, but when it comes down to it, it doesn’t matter, because they are loved.

Synopsis

Dawn chooses to use animals to tackle some of the tough subjects. Double Trouble is a story about two lively Labrador puppies, who are a little bit of trouble wherever they go. Their world soon is confused when they try to figure out what a family looks like–who makes up a family? Come with these two active dogs, as they discover that families may look quite different than they imagined. Some have a mom and dad, some have two moms and dads, some children are being raised by their Grandparents, but when it comes down to it, it doesn’t matter, because they are loved.

About the Author

Dawn Thompson is a writer, speaker, and ordained minister. She has a BA in Theology and has worked in the ministry for 30 years. She works at a child welfare agency, which assists helping children throughout the world find loving homes. Dawn has given birth to three children and has been a mentor to many others. She enjoys teaching kids life skills necessary to live a full, abundant life. Dawn has been a foster parent to teens, and served on several boards to better the mmunities in which she has lived. She has piloted and operated teen centers and has developed mentoring and volunteer training programs.

Highlights

Ann Byle, freelance writer, has written a feature on Dawn Thompson and her two books in the West Michigan Christian News for the December issue.

Finalist: Best Book Awards from the American Book Fest

Semi-Finalist: Chanticleer International Book Awards

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Dawn’s trio of children’s books are a must read for any family. The timeless lessons taught are lessons every child should grow up understanding and implementing.