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Forward, Shakespeare!
Jean Little
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Forward, Shakespeare!

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Seeing-eye pup, Shakespeare, conquered many fears in Rescue Pup. Now he is back, about to be matched up with a blind boy, ready to begin his working life. Tim is enraged by his blindness and wants nothing to do with a guide dog. But he is no match for Sha
ebook, 128 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Orca Book Publishers
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Jean Little is a national treasure. Born in 1932 with scratched corneas, she’s partially blind but a leading author for children. At a sale I found “Forward, Shakespeare!” and snapped it up, despite being a 2005 sequel to a book I don’t have. It was hard to dig in because it continues from “Rescue Pup”; like walking into a conversation underway. An extraordinary dog, his litter, and another family have a history that is referenced frequently. It is also beneath an adult’s depth and reading level ...more
A wonderful story. I didn't realize it was a sequel and I look forward to reading the first book.
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Jean Little is a Canadian author, born in Taiwan. Her work has mainly consisted of children's literature, but she has also written two autobiographies: Little by Little and Stars Come Out Within. Little has been partially blind since birth as a result of scars on her cornea and is frequently accompanied by a guide dog.
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