Moose n' Me
There’s always one dog. One special dog you’ll never forget. One dog that touched your heart in a way that lasts a lifetime . . .
For singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins—whose records have sold more than 25 million copies worldwide—that dog was Moose, his childhood pet. And this touching picture book, with its sweet and appealing illustrations, is based on one of his songs, and tells the unforgettable story of that friendship.
Moose—a chubby, adorable, smiling puppy—and young Kenny do everything together: as Loggins says "Moose thinks I’m his home." They romp, curl up together in bed, have parties with family, and go down to the riverboat near where they live. The protective pup even growls and saves him from an intimidating stranger. The two are inseparable, as a boy and his dog will be.
But the years pass, and as Loggins sets off to pursue his musical dream, he’s forced to leave the dog behind. And one night, while he’s on stage singing, he somehow knows: Moose is gone. Yet he believes, sometime, somewhere, he and Moose will meet again.
Any child who loves and perhaps has lost a beloved pet will relate to Kenny’s story. It sends a message of love straight to the heart and will bring a smile to every child’s face.
Look Inside the Book:
Author & Illustrator Bios:Kenny Loggins, author
Singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins has sold over 25 million albums worldwide, twelve have gone platinum. He has won two Grammy® Awards for his singing and songwriting, and co-wrote the book, The Unimaginable Life, Lessons Learned on the Path of Love. His songs have been hits over the last four decades. Who can forget This is It, I’m Alright, Footloose, Danger Zone, Conviction of the Heart and It’s About Time.
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Joshua Nash, illustrator
Joshua Nash is a graphic artist who began illustrating professionally in 2004. He has had the pleasure of working with a range of wonderful clients illustrating a number of books. He lives in Roseville, California, with his wife, dog, and cat
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Page count: 32
10 x 8