Author Susan Johnson Lynch’s new book “Needs a Home: Peanuts and Sarah” is a pair of sweet animal rescue stories that highlight the importance of caring for all creatures

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Recent release “Needs a Home: Peanuts and Sarah” from Page Publishing author Susan Johnson Lynch is a touching children’s book that touches upon the joy, hard work, and even sorrows of loving and caring for animals the animals on our lives. Meet Peanuts, a Shetland pony abandoned by his owners, and Sarah, a sheep in need of a new place to live, as they find a new forever home with a little girl who will love and care for them forever.

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Susan Johnson Lynch, a former veterinary technician and a strong advocate for pet adoption in and around the Greater Cleveland area, has published her new book “Needs a Home: Peanuts and Sarah”: a heartwarming continuation of her Needs a Home series.

Sweet little Jayne gives a home to Sarah and Peanuts just when they needed it the most. Together, as they embark on wonderful adventures, she gets to know and experience firsthand what it truly means to take good care of these animals. But life can’t be all about rainbows and silver linings; animal care has its fair share of hardships and obstacles as well. Will Jayne live up to becoming a good caretaker of this poor Dorset sheep and Shetland pony? Join her in her endeavor to taking good care of these animals and loving them as they become part of her growing family.

Published by Page Publishing, Susan Johnson Lynch’s engrossing book is a delightful addition to any children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Needs a Home: Peanuts and Sarah” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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