Will Jax Ever Get Out of the Dog House?

Jax Wants His Person Back…but Instead He’s Alone and Lonely in Out of the Dog House

by Sandy De Lisle and Stephanie Itle-Clark
Illustrated by Nina Robichaud

 
Jax used to live a cushy life inside a house with fuzzy blankets and a comfy chair. Suddenly his person can no longer care for him, and he finds himself living in a stranger’s backyard and missing his best human friend.

He misses his warm bed, squeaky ball, and bowls with his name on them. Most of all, though, he misses his person’s gentle scratches under his chin and the way he said, “Good boy, Jax.”

Will the kind animal control officer succeed in helping Jax get out of the doghouse and into the warm home of his new family? Find out in Out of the Dog House, perfect for ages 8 and up. Out of the Dog House is great for classroom and humane education efforts, too, and includes educational information and questions to provoke classroom discussion.

Available in Paperback and Kindle, coming soon in Audiobook. Just $12.97 Paperback and $3.97 Kindle; plus, it’s available as part of your subscription to KindleUnlimited, too.
 
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About the Authors

Sandy De Lisle is a lifelong animal lover, former classroom teacher, author, filmmaker, and currently serves as senior manager of content development for the ASPCA’s Pro Learning department.

Her first children’s book, Hens for Friends, was published by Gryphon Press.

Stephanie Itle-Clark is a former public-school developmental reading teacher and is the founder and president of the Academy of Prosocial Learning where she supports prosocial and empathy education and provides resources and professional development for educators.

Stephanie is the author of Tiffany Rolls On, Oliver’s Big Problem, Flock of Friends, and the editor of the forthcoming Humane Education in Higher Education.

She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and their pack of tiny rescue dogs.

About the Illustrator:

Nina Robichaud is an artist, former veterinary assistant, and IT professional. In her free time she tends to her island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, draws animals, and spoils her rescues Penelope the black cat and Jager the leonberger mix.

Nina is the illustrator of Out of the Dog House and Harley Saves the Day. Check out her art Instagram @neenz.art for more animal illustrations.

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