Jackpot's Tail: Lost in Las Vegas -- A Review

 |  May 9th 2008  |   3 Contributions


Not only are Dogster's great people and pawples, they're talented too! Jackpot's Tail: Lost in Las Vegas was written by one of our Dogsters (okay, she let her furmom get the credit). Not only that, but it's really GOOD, too!

Are you looking for a well-written, fun book that helps kids understand what happens to dogs who go through the rescue systems? Have you recently adopted a furry family member and want to let your not-so-furry young ones know more about how their new furbrother or sister came to join your family? Then Jackpot's Tail may be just the book for you!

Let me back up and tell you a little bit about Jackpot's Tail: Lost in Las Vegas. Author KB Sisco, furmom to the real Jackpot and her brother Zeke, has written a touching children's book about a lost dog, Jackpot. Jackpot is picked up by the dog catcher and, well it does have a happy ending. Melissa R. Sanchez has incorporated some entertaining illustrations that help move along this snappily-written tale (or is that tail?).

Jackpot's Tail would make an excellent book to give to younger children (maybe ages 5 to 7) to help them understand dog adoption. It would also make a great book for dog rescues and shelters to sell as a fundraiser. It definitely should be carried in humane society stores as a gift item.

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