An initially heartbreaking but completely uplifting story of how a young boy with a rare genetic disorder and a dog who nearly lost his life when he was tied to active railroad tracks rally together and overcome the odds against them. Holden's research on both Little B's condition and the devastating statistics of animal cruelty are tastefully presented and include opportunities for readers to become involved in the organizations that help disabled humans and animals thrive. — Jess Hanlon
About the Author
WENDY HOLDEN is an experienced author with two novels and thirty non-fiction books to her credit. She also wrote the bestselling memoir of Uggie, the dog from "The Artist." Her ghosted autobiographies mostly chronicle the lives of extraordinary women, including the actress Goldie Hawn; a World War II spy; Frank Sinatra's widow Barbara; and the only woman in the French Foreign Legion. A former journalist for the "Daily Telegraph," Wendy covered news events around the world and now lives in Suffolk, England, with her husband and two dogs.