Buddy Boy and The Bear
Buddy Boy and the Bear is the enticing tale of a white spotted dog named Domino. As the playful puppy he is, he makes his way into the hearts and lives of MaMa and her grandchildren, but unfortunately for MaMa, Domino turns out to be more of a challenge than anybody expected. Domino’s destructive nature does not fit the ideal image of the perfect pet.
Children will see through the story of Domino what unconditional love really means, that true love comes in many forms—even discipline, and sometimes that very discipline may save your life one day.
What will Domino do when he comes face to face with a terrifying bear?
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about the author
Marge Uphold holds a Bachelor of Science degree in English and a Masters of Business Administration degree from Frostburg State University and has additional graduate work in English from Adams State University. She currently teaches as an English Adjunct Faculty member at Potomac State College, Keyser, West Virginia, and at Garrett College, McHenry, Maryland. Her career has included marketing, public relations, fund raising, writing, editing, and advertising. As Niche Manager of a local newspaper, she created publications, wrote and edited stories, and sold advertising for several publications. She has authored numerous poems, two of which are published: “Can Anyone Get Any Closer?” and “Isolated Life.” Uphold is married and has one daughter, two granddaughters, and two grandsons.
Up and coming artist Sara Pessognelli illustrated the story of Buddy Boy when barely 14 years old. Sara loves the art classes she now takes in high school and even takes additional classes at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Though she enjoys science and math and plans for a chemistry or physics major in college, she continues to enhance her artistic talent and looks forward to illustrating more children’s books in the future.
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