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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Animals / Dogs
  • Language:English
  • Series title:My Dog Echo
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:13
  • eBook ISBN:9780983855705

My Dog Echo is Lost

A Danielle Byron Story

by Rebecca Huston

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Overview
Nine-year-old Danielle loves her dog Echo, and when she learns that Echo is missing from the backyard, she knows it is her fault and she just wants to have her best friend back again.
Description
Nine-year-old Danielle and her dog Echo have started every new day the same way. But one Sunday afternoon when Danielle learns that Echo is missing from the backyard, she knows it is her fault and is afraid that tomorrow morning might be different.
About the author

Rebecca Huston is a former girl-without-a-dog-of-her-own, she had to hug and play with the dogs of aunts and uncles and kids in the neighborhood. After she grew up and could do whatever she wanted without asking anyone’s permission, she got a dog of her own and named her Echo. Rebecca’s first kids’ book is based on an experience with Echo called My Dog Echo is Lost. Now she lives in Central Ohio with two dogs ( Ruby and Davey), one cat (Blackjack) and one horse named Streak. She is at work on a series of children’s stories that feature Echo. She also writes adult fiction, poetry, memoir and an occasional freelance article.

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