Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Book Review - Dog Trots Globe by Sheron Long

**Giveaway is closed**

Dog Trots Globe - To Paris Provence is written by Sheron Long and is published by OIC Books.

I had a wonderful time flipping through this delightful travel book as told through the eyes of Chula, a Sheltie. There are tons of pictures of various places in and around Paris and Provence, France. The reader travels along with this delightful dog as she goes from flowering fields to sidewalk cafes to every place in between.

My mother's side of the family is French and I have traced my ancestors to France. It is a lot of fun to take a virtual tour of Paris, from which these relatives hail.

Included in Dog Trots Globe is a section at the back where Ms. Long gives advice for pet owners as they plan their vacations. Taking a pet halfway around the world on a jet can be eough to frighten off even the most seasoned traveler. Ms. Long's advice is solid and helpful. She says to prepare for paperwork. I'm sure there's ton of it.

I enjoyed Dog Trots Globe - To Paris & Provence a whole lot, and I think you will too. In fact, I'm so sure of it that I'm giving away a copy to one of my readers. To win, follow the instructions below:

The giveaway is open to residents of the United States and Canada.

*Leave a comment telling me your favorite place to visit. It can be a foreign country, another state, or simply your parent's house. Leave your e-mail address if it's not easily available on your profile.*

For an extra entry in the giveaway, follow me on Twitter and let me know you did. Leave your Twitter name and your e-mail address.

The giveaway ends on November 25. I'll contact the winner shortly thereafter for mailing address.


Teena in Toronto said...

I thought this book was so cute :)

bridget said...

i love to go to the smokies at this time of the year!

Susan said...

Darn...I missed this giveaway! I am slacking when it comes to getting on your blog anymore. Anyways I would love to visit Tennesee...somewhere in the mountains..anywhere but here in northern Indiana would be a nice change of scenery.