Lindenwold, N.J. (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
A dog is a man’s best friend, and apparently, according to Wikipedia.com, a cancer-detecting hero that has the capacity to smell very low concentrations of the alkanes and aromatic compounds generated by tumors. This just goes to show how dogs are not just domesticated pets but also very smart allies for human beings. In line with this, J. Grathmore Stratus III’s delightful children’s literature titled “The Doggie’s Bible” showcases a little dog’s fun adventures as it relies on her sense of smell to identify the common objects found in its surroundings.
Engaging, this remarkable book allows young minds to appreciate the beauty of dogs and how they, in their own unique ways, are able to interact with the world around them. Interesting, this book illustrates how dogs smell, as seen through the adventures of one curious and endearing canine. With beautifully crafted illustrations, it brings out the hidden creativity amongst youngsters. Glazed with easy-to-understand texts, the words in this work paint pictures in the mind’s eye as they allow children to imagine how their own dogs and pets could experience the world around them.
Used as a creative symbolism, the story also teaches an underlying lesson about the goodness of God and how He has equipped human beings with senses which they can use to connect with the lessons available in their surroundings. It also imparts upon humanity the wisdom of learning to utilize their senses in order to tap into their inner consciousness, which is the first step in healing. A whimsical and significant tale that shows how dogs can be used as instruments in sending humanity a vital message about the things that truly matter in this world, this work is perfect not only for dog lovers, but for anyone who is spiritually inquisitive.
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About the Author
J. Grathmore Stratus III was born on Long Island, New York. As a child, he grew up being bullied by the older and much bigger boys in his neighborhood, who never seemed to grow weary from targeting this younger, very over-weight, bucktoothed and extremely nearsighted boy. Even the girls in school made fun of him. There was never a shortage of harsh nicknames. Nonetheless, he had better things in mind from which the harsh realities of being bullied would later serve for motivation leading to athletic scholarships, serving aboard oceangoing steamships to foreign lands, and finally molding a heart of compassion to serve the local community. It is from this background that his story has surfaced. He hopes that it will help the healing process in the lives of others regardless of the source of their hurts and disappointments.
''The Doggie's Bible'' * by J. Grathmore Stratus III
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