Fulton Books author Susan Reuben, who has a BA degree from UCLA in environmental design, has completed her most recent book "Benjamin's Big Question: Am I a Dog or a Person?": a charming and engaging children's story complete with beautiful illustrations that help to bring the story to life.
This delightful story introduces Benjamin, an apricot-colored standard poodle. He has been wondering for a long time whether he's a dog or a person dressed in a poodle costume. He needs the help of readers to figure this out. He explains why he is so confused and asks readers a lot of questions which they are encouraged to help him answer.
After having lived in several parts of the United States, Europe, and the Mediterranean, author Susan Reuben met her husband, Gary, and settled in Los Angeles, California, where she grew up. Together they have three children and six grandchildren and continue to work together in their own business. She has been an artist for most of her life. She is an advocate for historic preservation and collaborates with the Los Angeles Conservancy.
Susan feels blessed to have been the mother of six wonderful dogs and two black and white cats who thought they were dogs. The latest canine child is Benjamin, an apricot-colored standard poodle who thinks he's a person in a poodle suit. She feels dogs are the best teachers since children don't even know they are learning lessons from them that will help them grow up into caring and responsible adults.
"Benjamin's Big Question: Am I a Dog or a Person?" is the first book in a series in which Benjamin introduces important life values, such as empathy, kindness, honesty, respect, and friendship, humorously and engagingly.
Susan believes all animals teach people life lessons, especially those who share their homes and everyday lives.
Susan writes, "Do you have a dog who thinks he or she is really a person in a dog suit? Most dogs are not able to talk about their confusion, but Benjamin is very chatty. It's very important for him to find out the truth. Can you please help him figure it out?"
Published by Fulton Books, Susan Reuben's book offers a fun, interactive experience for young readers and listeners as they help Benjamin discover who he truly is.
Readers who wish to experience this memorable work can purchase "Benjamin's Big Question: Am I a Dog or a Person?" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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