Things Sasha Learned from Her Dog Winston
by Marian L. Thomas
Sasha is a beautiful brown-eyed young girl with an amazing dog named, Winston. By watching him over the years, she discovers that there is so much that she can learn from him. From how to overcome fear, deal with bullies, to learning to play with other children and being friendly. Sasha finds out that her best friend is full of valuable lessons!
"The bond between Sasha and Winston will warm the hearts of both parents and children, teaching the latter ones the importance of friendship and the benefits of learning."-Ian Farrell
"Sasha's dog, Winston, is not just an adorable pet but also, a metaphor; Winston proves that one can learn something from the most unexpected of sources, events, or sentient beings."-IPublishinersNews
"This is a book that my granddaughter would really enjoy!" -Renee S, Grandmother, Shelfari Contributor
More About the Author
Clean Fiction novelist, Marian L. Thomas is a dynamic story-teller with three engaging and dramatic novels to her credit. Her books have been seen on national television stations such as, the Oprah Winfrey Network, Ovation and the A&E Network. She has been featured in print magazines, newspapers and a guest on many broadcast and online radio stations. Her titles, "My Father's Colors" and "Strings of Color", both received the USA Best Book Finalist Award.
Mrs. Thomas might also be the first African American pioneer of contemporary women's clean fiction. She refuses to lace her work with explicit sexual themes or profanity. Her books are rich with ever-intriguing themes of race, family strife, love, divorce, friendship and abuse. And yet, her tales which seem to pre-stage current tabloid headlines are spelled out in ways that suit the delicate moral tastes of both the Christian Fiction reader and the Clean Fiction book reader.
You can follow Marian on Twitter @MarianLThomas01 and her blog, theWritersInkSpot. If you enjoyed any of her novels, please write a review and visit her website. She'd love to hear from you!