A.J. Blake's New Book 'The Superhero Pets' is a Charming Book to Help Teach Young Readers of the Important Work That Service Dogs Do and How That Makes Them Superheroes

Fulton Books author A.J. Blake, a native of Staten Island with a lifelong passion for storytelling, has completed her most recent book "The Superhero Pets": a delightful tale of a young girl who discovers a secret about her dogs, and learns an important lesson on how useful and hardworking dogs can truly be.

"Mandy Cohen has two dogs, Bellamy and Leo," writes Blake. "They look, play, and even smell (Ew!) like regular dogs. Or so Mandy thinks. One night, Mandy wakes up from a deep sleep in the middle of the night. Mandy calls for her mom, but she doesn't come, which is strange. So she decides to walk downstairs to her kitchen by herself, only to find her two dogs coming into the house through the backdoor dressed like superheroes, with masks and capes! Mandy is in shock when Bellamy and Leo start to talk to her. They plead with her to not tell anyone in fear that they will be taken to the evil scientist.

She vows to keep the secret and not tell a single person, including her parents! But then everything goes south when her dad finds her talking to the dogs the next day… Was it real? Does Mandy's dad hear what she says? How is this even possible? Do they have powers? What is their mission? What happens if Mandy's dad finds out?"

Published by Fulton Books, A.J. Blake's book combines an important lesson on spotting and approaching service dogs with an imaginative tale and vibrant artwork to create a valuable tool that introduces young readers to the important work that dogs can do.

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase "The Superhero Pets" at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books