Mommy found me! I'm at the airport with Grandma and Grandpa. I'm not sure where I'm going, but I'm ready to fly!
It looks like Chopper has been here because those are HIS pawprints. Does anyone know where Chopper went?
Mommy packed my dinner and my riding gear, so I packed myself! I don't know where they're going, but I know I want to go too!
Mommy took me riding because I worked hard and was a good boy at Rodeo Hills! It smelled so good riding by the river. I love feeling the wind in my face and ears...they always get tied in knots when I ride with Mommy!
I'm getting ready to share my new book "I've Been Tricked! Chopper's "Tails" of Helping Others" at Rodeo Hills Elementary!
Sharing my new book for the very first time.
Reading to my friends is hard work!
It was great to see Miss Tricia and all my friends at Rodeo Hills!
After my nap I'm ready to see some more friends!
Or maybe not, since I fell asleep on the job.
I had sooo much fun visiting my friends at Rodeo Hills I crashed when we got home!
Chopper's latest book
I've Been Tricked! Chopper's "Tails" of Helping Others is here!
Pre-orders now being accepted.
Email Mommy at firstname.lastname@example.org to order!
“Chopper’s at it again, but this time the joke’s on him!
Chopper surprises himself when he learns he has many skills to help others …
and that helping’s lots of fun. From snuggling in librarians' laps during read-alouds
to licking plates clean, Chopper's joyful discovery of his unique talents will have
readers "sniffing out" opportunities to share their own talents.”
– Todd McDonald, Librarian, Walter Jackson Elementary School
Do you like to help others?
Email Chopper at email@example.com and tell him how you help others
and your idea will be be used on an upcoming blog post!
When we got back to Grandma and Grandpa's house, Mommy told me it was time to pack our things because we're going to visit her aunt and uncle and cousins! It was a long drive, so I ate my dinner and went to sleep before I even knew I was sleepy. When I woke up I hung out with my cousin Nan until Mommy woke up.
When I looked down from Nan's lap I saw somebody GROWLING at me so I went to explore.
I sniffed and I sniffed…
and I sniffed again and I still couldn't figure out what he was or why he was growling at me.
So, I decided he must be friendly and only LOOK like he's mean and went off to explore some more.
Across the room I found a window just my size. I saw and heard birds and squirrels and all kinds of critters outside...even a cat! I wonder what I will see next?
is a seven-year-old Shih Tzu