Lily and Lucy

Children - Animals
74 Pages
Reviewed on 03/18/2018
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Author Biography

Originally from New York, Ed Ehlers has made his home in Northern Virginia since 2000. He lives there with Lisa and their three children. He enjoys the woods and rivers with Max & Tucker, Australian Shepherd brothers.
In addition to writing, Ed enjoys making jewelry from local rock and river glass. You can find his work at CliftonStone on Etsy.
Lily & Lucy is his first children’s book. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation.

Emely Pascual is a Communication Arts student at VCU that keeps busy by drawing and painting. Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Emely loves to spend time with her family and friends while exploring her creative abilities. From an early age, Emely has enjoyed creating narratives with illustrations inspired by the world around her. In addition, Emely designs jewelry which can be found at Aquiboni on Etsy.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite

Lily and Lucy by Ed Ehlers is the perfect story for children to read along with their parents. We follow Max and Tucker, two Australian Shepherd dogs, as they go for a walk into the wooded forest with their ‘Daddy’. This is not just every other walk they have been on, because today they have a mission to accomplish. They must rescue two little puppies who have been callously discarded by a wicked human, and there is a race against time to make sure the puppies are safe and new homes are found for them. This is a true tale of love and compassion for our furry friends and proceeds from the book go to the Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this charming children's book because it is filled with life lessons, important for children to learn. Throughout the story, we learn the importance of caring for our furry friends and understanding that they have feelings too. The illustrations are perfect for the story and exquisitely drawn. The characters of the dogs are brought to life and are exactly how I hope dogs would feel about their owners. The story is full of suspense as they try to locate the lost puppies and I can see children getting really enthralled in the book, wondering how the story will end. Parents will really enjoy the message behind the story and it conveys a kind and considerate message to little ones.