Rosie, Who Thought She Was a Big Dog

by Ramona A. Velazquez Illustrated by Paula Velazquez Limbaugh, Illustrated by Brynn E. Limbaugh


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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/9/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 26
ISBN : 9781480896727

About the Book

Rosie is a tiny dog who thinks she is bigger than her actual size. Living with the Mckray family in Mexico, and being the runt of the litter, she proves daily to the family that she is the fastest and bravest dog of them all.

One night while Rosie is sleeping on the porch with her sisters, three coyotes quietly enter the yard and stand in front of the dogs. Frightened, Rosie’s sister Pearl decides to run and the coyotes give chase. Now Rosie must summon all the courage within to protect her sister.

In this children’s book there is an important message. A little dog with a big personality proves that it’s how she sees herself that’s more important than how others see her.


About the Author

Ramona A. Velazquez is a retired elementary school teacher who taught in the Encinitas Union School District for thirty-three years. She is also the author of The Fork in My Fifth-Grade Road. Ramona and her husband John, divide their time between their homes in Zacatitos, Mexico, and Encinitas, California.