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Shelby's Story: A Dog's Way Home Tale (Hardcover)
New York Times bestselling author W. Bruce Cameron presents the totally irresistible tale of a little stray puppy rescued from a life on the streets to become the star of A Dog's Way Home, the basis for the major motion picture!
Shelby doesn’t remember much of her early life—only that she was always hungry and cold. Then one day, Shelby is rescued by a kind woman, and things change forever. She soon finds herself on a movie set, and her new life is filled with challenges and rewards. She learns things like to Go Mark, Cut, and Dig. Her rewards include squeaky toys, yummy chicken, and best of all, love and affection from castmates and crew. Everyone loves Shelby! And so will young readers and movie fans.
Shelby's Story includes charming illustrations by Richard Cowdrey as well as a reading and activity guide at the end of the book.
A Dog's Purpose Series
#1: A Dog’s Purpose
#2: A Dog’s Journey
A Dog's Purpose Puppy Tales
A Dog's Way Home
The Dog Master
The Dogs of Christmas
About the Author
W. BRUCE CAMERON is the #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of A Dog's Purpose, A Dog's Way Home, and A Dog's Journey (all now major motion pictures), The Dog Master, the A Dog's Purpose Puppy Tales for young readers (starting with Ellie's Story and Bailey's Story), The Dogs of Christmas, The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man, and others. He lives in California.
"Ellie's view of the world is spot-on.... A satisfying and illuminating tale." —Kirkus Reviews on Ellie’s Story
"Ellie's Story is heartwarming and suspenseful.... A fine read for young animal lovers." —School Library Journal on Ellie’s Story
"Through this heartwarming story about a dog's unconditional love for his best friend, readers learn about life from a dog's perspective." —Children's Literature on Bailey's Story