Everyone Needs Lve.

Children and parents alike are enjoying these heartwarming stories from a dog named Grace. Life lessons are provided in a fun, light, and humerous tone.

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Hi! My name is Grace.

Welcome to my site.

I am glad you are here because I love having visitors, whether it is in real life or on the Internet.

I am over 10 years old and live with Mommy in Colorado. That is a state in the western part of the United States. It has lots of mountains with days of sunshine and days of snow. One of my favorite things is going to our friend’s house in the mountains.

The way I see it, life is an adventure.

I have had a lot of adventures in my life. You can read about some of them in Everybody Loves Grace, books 1, 2, and 3!

Loving people is another one of my favorite things.

Everyone needs love. I look into the eyes of every person I meet so they can feel the love I have for them. They like to pet me, and I like it too. And sometimes, I give them my paw to say hi.

Even when I am not sure what will happen next, I find the fun and the good in everything I do and in everyone I meet. It certainly makes life more interesting!

I hope you like my site.

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Lovingly yours,

A special dog. A heartwarming story.

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Grace Inspires Young Readers

A mother shared a sweet story of her two young children who fell in love with Grace and the Everybody Loves Grace books. While research shows that dogs can help kids learn to read, there’s nothing like a first hand story to reinforce the message. Thank you Independent Mami for inspiring me to continue writing about the adventures of Grace. I’m also inspired to get out there and read with more with kids.

Readers, would you do me a favor and leave a comment in the Independent Mami blog post?

http://www.independentmami.net/2020/02/everyone-loves-grace.html

Dogs Can Help Kids Read

My mommy knows how important it is to get kids reading. So every chance she gets, she takes me on the road to read with kids and have fun.

Recent research has shown that it helps kids read when there is a dog around. I try my very best to help kids read when I get the chance to be with them. It’s one of my favorite things to do. You can read more about it in this article in Yahoo.com.

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/dogs-help-kids-read-author-221837588.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=fb

Lovingly, Grace

Grace’s Top Ten Life Lessons from 2019

  1. Be Kind – Open doors for the elderly and anyone who has their hands full. Share your toys with others.
  2. Be Brave – Don’t be afraid to bark when you want to tell the truth and have something to say.
  3. Cuddle Up – When the weather is cold or rainy, take the opportunity to take deep breaths and cuddle up with your special person.
  4. Have Fun – Jump in the car and be ready for adventure! Who knows where the ride will lead?
  5. Slow Down – it’s okay to slow down and say no when you need to.
  6. Naps are the best – Get lots of sleep and eat healthy food.
  7. Let Go – Sometimes you need to let go of a bone or toy – letting go doesn’t mean you quit.
  8. Smile – Show kindness to someone who has a frown on their face. You will likely turn that frown upside down.
  9. Friends are important – friends made on a walk can be friends for life.
  10. Ask for help – if you need help getting into the car, just ask, there will always be someone to help.

Lovingly, Grace

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Grace Inspires Young Readers

A mother shared a sweet story of her two young children who fell in love with Grace and the Everybody Loves Grace books. While research shows that dogs can help kids learn to read, there's nothing like a first hand story to reinforce the message. Thank you Independent...