Dachshund Through the Snow

Crosby was teeny. Even for a miniature dachshund. In fact, he was the teeniest dachshund in the whole town. But his small stature and big heart made Crosby one of the best burrowers in all of the North Pole. That’s why he couldn’t wait to enter the North Pole Animal Olympics and burrow his way to a gold medal.

Finally old enough to compete, Crosby goes to town to register on December 23, but when he encounters lots of hecklers and bullies who make fun of his small size, Crosby loses his confidence. With his tail tucked between his legs, he burrows as fast and far away from town as he can, running smack dab into a stranded Santa and his divine destiny.

Will this unlikely hero save Christmas?

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About the Book

Four to eight-year-olds will be on the edge of their seats as this holiday picture book page-turner unfolds.

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Tags: New Releases, Picture Books
Publisher: End Game Press
Publication Year: 2021
Format: Hardcover Picture Book
Length: 32 pages
Illustrator: Ana Sebastian
ASIN: 1637970064
ISBN: 1637970064
List Price: 18.99
Endorsements
Dachshund Though the Snow, by Michelle Medlock Adams, is a doggone delightful Christmas story! Kids will love this tale about a teeny-weenie wiener dog with big hopes and an even bigger heart. This beautifully illustrated holiday book will make the perfect gift for the kids and dog-lovers in your life.
– Shannon Anderson, award-winning author of Y is for Yet and Too Shy to Say Hi
Sweet little Crosby proves that the only size that matters is that of your heart.
– Jill Esbaum, author of We Love Babies! and many more books for children
Dachshund lovers rejoice! Crosby, the tiniest Weiner dog in the world, steps up to find Rudolph during the stormiest Christmas night of all.
– Nancy I. Sanders, bestselling and award-winning KidLit author of 100+ books
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