Tales of An African Dog

  • Published: March 2006
  • Format: Saddle Stitch Softcover(Color)
  • Pages: 24
  • Size: 8x10
  • ISBN: 9781412081375
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"Alaska Malawi", a dog born in Africa in the country of Malawi is adopted by Americans who eventually take him back with them to the State of Alaska in the United States.

This half-wild dog has many escapades trying to learn how to live in a completely strange environment while he gets comfortable with his new family. No longer does he forage for his own food in the garbage pit. No longer will he fear people. No longer must he endlessly scratch his flea bites. Of course, he can no longer run wild and free with other dogs, but he quickly bonds with his new family where he finds lots of love and care.

"Alaska's" first year of growing up in Malawi shows the Malawian lifestyle, culture and topography. His adventures include having his first bath, going to the veterinarian, slipping through the fence to play with a pretty girl dog, eating forbidden chicken, getting dipped for fleas and visiting Lake Malawi, the third largest lake in Africa.

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