By Linda Heavner Gerald
Red and Bain could not wait for their vacation to begin at the beach on Cape San Blas. A dog and his boy looked forward to flying kites and playing frisbee. Vacation began in a perfect way. Then, the fireworks frightened Red. He did not like loud noises, they hurt his ears. Red ran to lose the noise. The distance that he traveled lost more than the noise. Red lost his family. Now, what was he to do?
NOTE: Although Linda Heavner Gerald writes mostly Mystery/Suspense, this children’s book grabs the heart of dog lovers. She writes this book for the Gulf County Humane Society. The tale of a real dog who lives on Cape San Blas, Florida tugs at the heart strings. Linda will donate the proceeds of this book to the local Humane Society who do an incredible job to love and protect all of the “Reds” who cross their path.
How does this book “tie” to the previous book listing?
The book ties to the previous listing because of the color RED.
About the Author
Linda Heavner Gerald is retired with her husband. They live in Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. Her goal in writing is to demonstrate that regardless of our actions, God is always ready to welcome us back with forgiveness. Although her books begin with the mess of a life, which the protagonist may have created, they soon demonstrate hope does exist for all. The books are of substance with something to challenge or encourage. A medical background allows her to incorporate current facts which she hopes may cause a reader to seek professional advice for problems that may not have seemed important.
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