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Deborah Ellis connecting with her fans at Word on the Street

Posted on September 30th, 2011 by pajamapress

Deborah spoke in the Vibrant Voices tent last Sunday, during Word on the Street festival 2011, Toronto. She read from her new novels, True Blue, Pajama Press and No Ordinary Day, Groundwood Books”

Endorsements for No Shelter Here

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by pajamapress

“A most important book that will help form children’s sense of community, understanding, and respect for others: lessons that all pay off in later life. I love this book and kids will too because it allows them to learn while reading about something they care about: dogs around the world …”
— Ingrid Newkirk, President, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)

“This book is a remarkable gift of inspiration, passion, and celebration of how children can learn to protect dogs from the unkind and irresponsible realities around the world. Rob Laidlaw has once again given us a wonderful tool to encourage children of all ages to respect and make the world a better place for dogs. This fun and factual book takes the reader around the world on many important topics that dogs face every day. It stirs the heart by providing great examples of how people can truly help make a difference in the lives of dogs, one dog at a time.”
— Captain Cindy Machado, Animal Services Director, Marin Humane Society, Novato, CA USA

“This practical, compelling book is a turning point in how we look at this most forgiving of species. Dogs love us unconditionally, they take their role seriously, and they willingly give — and lose — their lives to protect ours. Please join Rob’s call in becoming a Dog Champion, united in the one indisputable fact that our very best friend in the world has a wet nose and a wagging tail.”
— Dr Jill Robinson MBE, Founder & CEO, Animals Asia Foundation

True Blue Discussion Guide — Now Available!

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by pajamapress


Download the Discussion Guide now!

The link is also posted on the Books page of our website (under True Blue):

1st Review for True Blue!

Posted on September 20th, 2011 by pajamapress

“Moral issues, suspense, surprise make book a must-read”

— Helen Norrie, Winnipeg Free Press – PRINT EDITION

Click here to read the full review.