First Dog of 1600 Pooch’lvania Avenue, By Ron Grant & Ron Ovadia, illustrated by Dave Garbot
Bo Obama, the fluffy, black and white pup and kissing machine, takes you on an informative journey through his fulfilling life. Although starting out in a small kennel in Texas, Bo sparks the attention of none other than the President of the United States. Soon enough, Bo is adopted by the First Family and can forever call the notorious White House his home.
Bo’s journey and political achievements are depicted in First Dog of 1600 Pooch’lvania Avenue, a children¹s book by Ron Grant and Ron Ovadia. Throughout the narrative, Bo helps readers to better understand the importance and significance of animal rights and animal adoptions in a creative, playful pictorial.
Our pups and the rest of our animal community need a voice, which is one of the many messages that Grant and Ovadia are trying to portray. Given a voice and the proper treatment and care, pets all around the world can start living a healthier and happier lifestyle. No wonder Bo pushes for an Animal Bill of Rights It¹s a bill any pet would fight for and hopefully any human as well.
For more information about Bo, including how to get your own copy of the book, visit 1600pooch.com
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