About the Book
Down through history, dogs have been great friends to humans. Dog owners know how remarkably dogs can adapt. They are intelligent, compassionate, loyal, and protective. Shadows Point to Rainbows: An Unwanted Dog Becomes an Injured Boy’s Best Friend is a tribute to one German shepherd, who was providentially assigned to a young man living in north-central Oregon. With a tap at the door, “Champion” came into young Jed Franklin's life. His mother faithfully recounts how this loving and faithful friend stood by his master, helping him recover from a life-threatening, life-changing accident when he was eight years old so he could grow into manhood.
This touching and faith-building story about a gift of God wrapped in fur was written to share lessons and encouragements from the providential events of the life of a boy growing up with his dog. Rather than withdrawing into himself, the young man was able to see the rainbows of life that follow the clouds.
Available in PAPERBACK and eBOOK formats. This is book two in the Rainbow Series--Book one is RAINBOW IN THE FLAMES.
About the Author
Linda Franklin lives in the Peace Country of Northern British Columbia. She enjoys writing, is a gifted illustrator, and devoted grandmother.
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