What a lovely book to honor all those "lovies" we welcome into our lives to love. A lovely illustrated graphic novel/picture book for adults and children both, it discuss how pets permeate our lives and how much they are cherished. This book addresses the loss of a pet, and how little reminders will tear at your heart.
Having lost more pets over my 60+ years than I care to remember, pet grief is real. They become your best friends, your soulmate, your priest and your partner in crimes. My Sadie, who was 16 when we had to put her down due to doggie Alzheimer's disease, was with me longer than my kids at the time. It was one of the most difficult times in my life, so much that it took me two years to be ready to have another lovey in my life. This book addresses that grief.
This might be a good book to discuss with children when a family loses a pet, as it talks about the pets that leave paw prints on your hearts. I can see it as a place for a family to grieve for a newly lost pet.
Thanks to the publisher and #NetGalley for a free ecopy of this book, in exchange for an honest review. #PawPrints #NetGalley
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