Monday, January 9, 2012

Lucky by Craig Inglis

This book is about a dog that might not be as lucky as he thinks.  He has an accident and ends up living the remainder of his life with three legs.  However, he does overcome this obstacle in his life and does everything that he did with four legs.  Good book to help young ones learn that even though others are different they can still live with their disabilities.  Very cute story for ages 3-7  You may visit Lucky's web site here.  You can will more about the author, book and the illustrator on the web site; there is even an ask "Lucky" page if you have a question you'd like an answer to.  

Lucky, a special illustrated children's book by Craig S. Inglis
"Is a positive book with a "can-do" attitude that helps children understand that they can overcome obstacles in life and even make a better life than before," Inglis says. "I was inspired to write the book by those who faced and overcome physical disabilities."

Intended to entertain and educate young readers, the book aims to share a serious message through a playful, uncomplicated narrative. The book features original illustrations that are really art by Richard Kinsey that depict Lucky, his owner and his courageous recovery.

There is also an "ask Lucky" section on the book's website at This makes the book interactive. Children can ask Lucky a question about his disability, attitude, recovery, whatever, and get a thoughtful answer that is informative.

Craig S. Inglis is a writer and retired entrepreneur. A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Inglis was raised in Illinois and California before graduating from California State University at Fullerton. He founded a small business soon after graduation and remained self-employed throughout his 30-year career. A father of two, Inglis resides in Anaheim, California with his wife Mary. He has always felt a connection to those who have physical disabilities and explains that their courage and determination in overcoming obstacles in order to lead a happy life is what inspired him to write "Lucky." This is his first novel.

for more information about this book visit here.

A copy of this book was provided by the author and Bostick Communications for the purpose of this review.


1 comment:

Karen and Gerard said...

Sounds like a worthwhile children's book. Many are just plain ridiculous.