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Through Perry's eyes we see them on a typical day - running errands, working, playing, and meeting a friend. After Sarah gives a school concert and talks to the children, Perry dreams of a special time when he and Sarah walked three hundred miles to raise awareness about guide dogs and met the major of New York City.
As we get to know the lovable and sometimes humorous Perry, we learn about the ways a guide dog helps a blind person. Sarah's busy life as a musician and teacher, and their deeply affectionate, symbiotic partnership.
Glenna Lang's bold shapes and resonating colors capture the strong, warm feelings between Perry and Sarah. Perry's close-to-the-ground point of view draws young children into this remarkable bond between person and dog.
Vendor: Random House
Told from the perspective of Perry, readers will learn about the service of seeing-eye dogs and how anything can be accomplished through perseverance and friendship.
Expressive, stylized paintings in bold colors and simple shapes convey the extraordinary relationship between Sarah and Perry.