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To Dance with the White Dog
by Terry Kay

Published: 2002-07-01
Paperback : 256 pages
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SAM PEEK'S CHILDREN ARE WORRIED....

When his beloved wife of fifty-seven years dies, no one knows what will become of elderly Sam Peek. How can he live all alone on his farm with no one to talk to, and no one to look after him? And when Sam begins talking about a pure white dog that ...

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SAM PEEK'S CHILDREN ARE WORRIED....

When his beloved wife of fifty-seven years dies, no one knows what will become of elderly Sam Peek. How can he live all alone on his farm with no one to talk to, and no one to look after him? And when Sam begins talking about a pure white dog that only he can see, his children think that age and grief have finally taken their toll on their father's mind. But whether the dog is real or imagined, Sam Peek is about to show everyone how much life he still has in him....

With heartfelt emotion and touching grace, Sam and White Dog will dance from the pages of this bittersweet novel and into your heart, as they share the mysteries of life in a warm and moving final rite of passage.

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  "Dance with a white dog"by swholley (see profile) 06/24/15

Funny, heart warming, sad, beautifully written story about love, family, growing old and dying. You will hate to see this one end.

 
  "dance with the white dog"by msharry (see profile) 04/09/11

Our club enjoyed the book as a break from some heavier ones recently read. Lots of discussion about why some people see the dog and others don't, different ways families cope with death and illness, and... (read more)

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