Angel the Great Pyrenees is a charming true story for children about Angel being lost in Sherman, Texas. Angel is very scared, hungry and thirsty. A dogcatcher finds her drinking out of a creek. He catches her with a large net and brings her to an animal shelter in Sherman. A nice woman comes to the shelter and adopts Angel. Angel is a gentle giant and explores her new home as she recovers from being so thin that her bones were sticking out. Angel protects her new home, her new owners and her new sister that is a sweet little kitty. She is still very young and playful. Angel becomes a guardian angel. An Activity Game is at the end.
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Heartwarming autobiography of a dog
Yes, because the character of the dog comes alive, and the story becomes more exciting. Some of it is really funny and cute, too, without being sentimental. Angel is a great character in both print and audio.
The great classic, Black Beauty, because of the interaction between humans and people and their mutual dependency. There's a strong moral - but luckily there's no preaching. People become better when they treat animals well. They have to imagine what it is like to be a dog or a horse - or another person.
This performance is engaging and fun. She really tries to think like a dog. I like the innocence and energy.
Good as an angel, brave as a lion, the protector we all want.
- Charlotte Sheridan