The Rainbow Bridge: A Visit to Pet Paradise Spiral-Bound |

Adrian Raeside

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A gently humorous story that is a valuable fable for pet lovers of all ages.

Adrian Raeside has created a magical tale of adventure for pet lovers of all ages in The Rainbow Bridge. Using his gift for creating spunky characters, Raeside has created a valuable fable for anyone who cherishes the companionship of a family pet.

Seven-year-old Rick and his beloved dog Koko are inseparable. They cavort in the swimming hole, chase each other through the fields, play fetch and wrestle. But their relationship changes as Koko grows old and his health declines.

With Koko's passing, Rick is devastated. But then one night, he is woken by Buster, a flatulent but well-intentioned messenger dog, who suddenly appears at the boy's bedside. Buster ferries Rick to a magical paradise for pets where Rick is reunited with Koko; it fills Rick's heart with joy. It's a place where cats burrow through fields of catnip, no couch is off-limits to dogs and frisbees are flung endlessly. This mysterious adventure is truly a holiday miracle!

Adrian Raeside captures the special bond between humans and their pets, and with marvelous illustrations, brings a gentle humour to a story that will resonate with children and pet lovers of all ages.

Publisher: Douglas & McIntyre/Harbour Publishing
Original Binding: Hardcover Paper over boards
Pages: 32 pages
ISBN-10: 155017942X
Item Weight: 0.4 lbs
Dimensions: 8.0 x 1.0 x 8.0 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 101 to 500 ratings

Adrian Raeside is the creator of the popular The Other Coast comic strip, which appears in over 200 newspapers. Besides being an editorial cartoonist for over four decades, Raeside is the author of over 20 books, including No Sailing Waits and Other Ferry Tales: 30 Years of BC Ferries Cartoons (Harbour Publishing, 2012), The Rainbow Bridge: A Visit to Pet Paradise (Harbour Publishing, 2012), The Best of Adrian Raeside (Harbour Publishing, 2014) and Tails Don't Lie 2 (Harbour Publishing, 2017). He lives on Vancouver Island, BC.