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June 06, 2011
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Lucky, a lonely street cat, is looking for the welcoming love of a family. His rough, ugly appearance makes people afraid of him and they chase him away. Alex, an equally lonely boy, is looking for a friend. These two outcasts find true friendship with each other, but not without some consequences. Love and loyalty win out, and everyone learns that beauty and friendship are found in the most unlikely places.

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A Compassionate Tale for Kids
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In the story, Lucky is a character that calls for compassion, being himself a model of love and care as he befriends a lonely boy with a disability. The two find each other as best friends but Lucky is not accepted by the boy’s mother. How he ultimately fins her place in the boy’s home is the inspiring tale of Lucky that will entertain children while also teaching an invaluable lesson in care and love.

The book is written in an interesting style with a good deal of suspense that keeps the reader turning page after page to learn what happens to Lucky as he hopes for having a family while facing rejection due to his ugly appearance. The story’s illustrations have been provided by Nicole Sjostrom and Jonathan Iseminger and they visually complement the story well.

Lucky will touch hearts and amuse kids and make a great read for kids in school and at home.
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Interesting, Inspiring, Compassionate
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