Newfoundland Dog Books
The Newfoundland Dog is a hero in many books and stories. His endearing qualities and love for his master has spurred him to great courage and heroism. There have been many stories about how the Newfoundland was involved in many historic and heroic events. The books featured below are from tidespoint.com, a trusted supplier of Newfoundland products since 1995.
Illustrated by Joanne Snook-Hann
Sailor is a very unusual Newfoundland dog -- he's afraid of the water! This brings a lot of scorn for Sailor, which also rubs off on his owner, six-year-old Ike, who tries a variety of methods to entice Sailor into the water. Everything fails until one Spring day Ike follows a group of other boys onto the ice. When Ike falls in, Sailor overcomes his fear and saves him. After this Sailor is no longer called a hangashore, but is the town hero.
"This simple, loving tale of a boy and his dog will charm small children everywhere with its lovely illustrations and authentic Newfoundland flavour."
--The Evening Telegram
Click here to purchase Sailor by Catherine Simpson and Illustrated by Joanne Snook-Hann
Heroic Companion by Patrick Pickett
The Newfoundland is internationally known for its courage and bravery. Stories of the dog's heroism have circulated for centuries such as the dramactic rescue aboard the S.S. Ethie. This gentle giant is also decscribed as being among the most loyal and loving of all the breeds.
In this book read about how a Newfoundland
- Rescued survivors fron the Titanic
- Helped save the life of Napoleon Bonaparte
- Helped in the rescue of Passengers and Crews of "Doomed" Ships
- Was Awarded "the Animal" Victoria Cross
- Served in World War I
- Took Part in American Civil War
- Was Commemorated on Stamps
Hence it is not surprising that Newfoundland owners refer to the dog as a "Heroic Companion."
Click here to purchase Heroic Companion: A Brief History of the Newfoundland Dog
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