(BOOK REVIEW/DOG TRAINING) JJ Goes To Puppy Class, a children’s book written by Diane Rose-Solomon, is the perfect read for those looking to teach their children about loving and caring for a new dog. A sequel to JJ The American Street Dog, JJ Goes To Puppy Class tells how six-year-old Maya and her family enroll their dog JJ in obedience courses to teach him appropriate behavior through positive reinforcement.

Read on to learn more about the release of JJ Goes To Puppy Class, and discover how Solomon uses her writing abilities to teach children about compassionate and effective training methods. —Global Animal

In JJ Goes To Puppy Class, kids can learn about properly caring for their furry friends. Photo credit: Diane Rose-Solomon
In JJ Goes To Puppy Class, kids can learn about properly caring for their furry friends. Photo credit: Diane Rose-Solomon

JJ THE AMERICAN STREET DOG IS BACK!

JJ GOES TO PUPPY CLASS

Second Book in Dynamic Children’s Series About Animal Rescue: Teaches Kindness, Patience and the Power of Building a Bond through Positive Training.

LOS ANGELES – JJ Goes To Puppy Class is the second book in a series by Diane Rose-Solomon. JJ Goes To Puppy Class is a beautifully illustrated story that helps pet loving families teach their children about patience, consistency, kindness, responsibility and unconditional love- just some of the important values parents and educators endeavor to impart in school age children.

In the first book, JJ The American Street Dog, we enjoyed watching six-year-old Maya and her family, learn about animal rescue as a result of adopting a dog found on the street. In JJ Goes to Puppy Class Maya and her family enroll JJ in positive obedience training so he can learn what is expected of him inside and outside of the home. The training methods described in the book encourage Maya to be gentle and comforting towards JJ in his new environment. A perfect way to set an example for a five to nine-year-old reader. JJ exhibits all the typical puppy behavior: accidents in the house, pulling on the leash, unwanted chewing, etc. and trainer Lyssa teaches Maya and her family how to work with JJ on each behavior in a humane and patient manner.

Diane Rose-Solomon's goal is to goal is to teach children about patience and compassion while getting basic training exposure through the book. Photo credit: Twitter
Diane Rose-Solomon’s goal is to goal is to teach children about patience and compassion while getting basic training exposure through the book. Photo credit: Twitter

“This book gets 2 paws up from me! What a fun way to teach kids about responsible pet ownership. The issues depicted in the book are real life scenarios one encounters with a new dog, and the training advice is sound. I also love the focus on the value of adoption coming from JJ’s story as a rescued street dog.” Justin Silver, Owner, The Language of Dogs; Host, Dogs In The City TV Show.

“Writing for children in a way that effectively educates as well as entertains is not easy. JJ Goes to Puppy Class is a stellar success in this endeavor. Each Year in the US, millions of pet animals lose their lives in animal shelters because they are unwanted, and a leading reason is ‘improper’ behavior. In a fun and caring way, JJ Goes to Puppy Class shows children the importance of helping puppies get started on the right foot. This educational and entertaining book promotes a compassionate bond between children and their pets.” Franklin D. McMillan, DVM, Director of Well-Being Studies, Best Friends Animal Society.

“JJ Goes to Puppy Class reminds us dog training can be fun for the whole family. I highly recommend this book as it shows us how to begin the life long bond with our new best friend!” Lynn Medlin, Owner, Dog Town Dog Training; Founding Trainer, K9 Connection.

This is the second book by Ms. Rose-Solomon, a Certified Humane Education Specialist. The topics of the next three books in the JJ series are: Introducing a baby to a home that has a dog: Service and therapy dogs: Prejudice against certain breeds. She is available for speaking engagements. More reviews and interviews available on the website.

Publication Date: December 2014, ISBN: 978-0-9857690-2-4

Hard Cover $16.99: 32 illustrated pages: Trim: 8.5 x 8.5

SOP3 Publishing: Available online at www.dianerosesolomon.com

Review copies, cover jpegs and interviews available upon request. Feature stories welcome.

A percentage of book sale proceeds benefit animal rescue organizations.

Publisher: SOP3 Publishing

Click here to order the book!

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