Dale M. Walsh's New Book, 'Wesley's Adventures: The Watchdog Stories' is an Enjoyable Tale About a Lovely Pet Dog's Riveting Adventures.
Recent release "Wesley's Adventures: The Watchdog Stories" from Covenant Books author Dale M. Walsh relates several exciting adventures their dog Wesley encounters in his self-appointed role as family watchdog. Wesley is the star in these stories.
BOERNE, Texas, July 9, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Author Dale M. Walsh has completed his new book “Wesley’s Adventures: The Watchdog Stories,” a wonderful three-part book starring the family dog Wesley facing entertaining and exciting adventures in his family watchdog role.
Dale shares from his book, “Wesley plopped down on the patio, his legs folded beneath him. He lay there a long time gazing out over the field. Tall grass swayed in the freshening morning breeze. Hummingbirds buzzed one another, fighting over who had feeding rights at the feeder. A pair of whistling ducks flew overhead, their long necks pointed toward the lake in the park. From inside the house, he heard familiar morning sounds — drawers and cabinet doors opening and closing, the plop-plop of feet, beeping sounds, coffee beans grinding, the whoosh of a vacuum sweeper, people talk, and occasional laughter.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Dale M. Walsh’s new book employs a masterful use of imagination by using real characters and blending them with mesmerizing fiction.
Wesley, barely eight weeks old, came to live with a couple that he knows as Granddad and Gramme. He grew and gradually took upon himself the watchdog role. Wesley, of course, is the star of all the Wesley’s Adventure stories. He’s a real dog living in a real place.
The “Pool Monster” story is an early-adventure challenge Wesley faces. He is awakened by something or someone struggling in Gramme’s swimming pool. Approaching the pool, he’s startled to see the creature’s tail swishing side to side slapping the surface. Dare he go closer? Or should he run and hide?
The “Old Mr. Buzzard” story begins one early morning before sunrise. Old Mr. Buzzard, like a ghost, alights on the roof. Wesley sounds the alarm, rousing the household. Why has Old Mr. Buzzard come? For what or for whom is he waiting? Later that morning, while Wesley is away, Old Mr. Buzzard leaves. But under unusual circumstances their paths will again cross that very day.
In the “Wesley Runs Away” story, Wesley doesn’t plan to run away. And he certainly doesn’t plan, under unusual weather conditions, to be lost. But lost he is. Night falls and conditions worsen. How can he possibly find his way home? It won’t be easy! Be careful, Wesley. Not everyone out there wishes you well!
Readers can purchase “Wesley's Adventures: The Watchdog Stories” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
Covenant Books is an international Christian-owned and operated publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of work which appeal to the Christian market. For additional information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.
Source: Covenant Books