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"Highly recommended for anyone (that's all of us) in need of inspiration."―Library Journal (Starred review)
"As remarkable in spirit as he is distinctive in appearance, the extraordinary Oogy receives a hero's biography from adoring Levin."―Publishers Weekly
"Oogy's story confirms what Dewey taught me years ago...that even a wounded animal tossed aside is capable of amazing joy if given love and respect by the human chosen to share life with them."―Vicki Myron, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World
"An incredible story about an unforgettable dog. Get ready to make a very big place in your heart for OOGY. Because you're going to fall in love with this dog. And, this book."―Gary David Goldberg, creator of Family Ties and Brooklyn Bridge and author of Sit, Ubu, Sit
"This is a story about what can happen when the worst in people meets the best in people and the best wins. In spite of its subject, this is a gentle tale of one man's love for his dog and the angels along the way who brought Oogy into his life."―-Susan Richards, New York Times-bestselling author of Chosen by a Horse and Saddled
"At its heart, OOGY is a love story between a kind and generous man and an astonishing dog, reassuring in its affirmation that all the seemingly random pieces of life somehow belong together. This book is well worth spending time with."―Mary Nethery, co-author of the New York Times-bestselling Nubs: The True Story of a Mutt, a Marine & a Miracle
"The story of Oogy proves that the human-canine bond doesn't depend on outward beauty. Oogy's love for the Levins, and theirs for him, will touch the heart of anyone who reads his story."―-Sharon Sakson, author of Paws & Effect: The Healing Power of Dogs
Larry Levin was born in Philadelphia, PA, and lived in various parts of the country, including New England and the Pacific Northwest, before returning to the Philadelphia area. He has been a lawyer for over thirty years, and is now in private practice. In 1982, he married Jennifer Berke, an attorney. Their sons, Noah and Dan, were born in 1990. This is Larry's first book.
This book is poorly written. The author is clearly not a professional writer, and while one must commend him for taking the initiative to write a book, as a reader, I was not... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Booklover
This inspiring story of love from an animal could teach the world a bit.
We don't have to expect hurt just because we were hurt once. Read more
This story is amazing. Understanding the need for love and acceptance is vitally important for all creatures, two and four legged.Published on July 13 2013 by jayne l hudson
Well-written book! This story is for dog-lovers, or families that love their dogs! It will make you chuckle, but WARNING:keep the tissues handy, because it's a story that touches... Read morePublished on April 27 2013 by Amazon Customer