About the Book: Kosmo, the king of troublesome terriers, takes trouble to a whole new level! He’s a one-of-a-kind, corn-on-the-cob nibbling, ice cream licking, always-into-mischief dog. Kosmo’s Christmas Delivery is told from the point-of-view of an older, but not necessarily wiser dog, Kramer, who laments the acquisition of Kosmo by his family, especially his girl, Emily Jean. When the inquisitive Kosmo jumps on board the Yellow Package delivery truck a few days before Christmas, Kramer, secretly wishes the pup will be lost forever. He reluctantly agrees to help Emily Jean search the snowy streets of their small town for Kosmo. Through a series of unusual events, the missing terrier finally comes home, but not a moment before his older sibling realizes how much he cares about his young friend
My Personal Review: We are big fans of Christmas and dogs in our home. My son was so excited when I was given a free copy of this story to read. We home school and reading a loud is a big part of our day so this book was a treat and we enjoyed reading it. The illustrations are super cute and the story of the two dogs makes for a great family read. In this story Kramer is unhappy that his family has opened their doors to a young adventurous pup names Kosmo. He has always been the favorite pet and he is no mood to share that spot with this new housemate. Kramer also doesn’t want to bother looking for that trouble maker when he is lost on one of his adventures. Throughout the book my son laughed at the colorful pictures and the action throughout the book. When I ask him what he like most about the book, he said “everything” and when I ask him what he didn’t like he say “it wasn’t long enough”. I knew it was a winner when he ask to read it by himself before he went to bed last night! He is hoping to see more adventures of Kosmo and Kramer come along and I am too! You can order your copy of this book on Amazon Here.
About the Author:
Deb Kalmbach considers herself an “expert” in not-so-perfect marriages. She’s passionate about helping other women take one step forward, then another to find healing and wholeness in their lives. Real hope for real life is what Deb strives to communicate to her readers.
Deb and her husband Randy can see the half-century milestone (a miracle!) for their marriage on the horizon. They live in a tiny town in rural Washington state with Kosmo, their Jack Russell Terrier, who has inspired a new children’s book series.
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