Publication: Octobre Press, 1st edition 2012
Pansy’s life blossoms when she is adopted from an animal shelter by a loving family and little girl named Avery. Swept into her new life at the Palace Hotel in Beverly Hills, this smart and courageous puppy saves the day by solving a mysterious theft. Pansy at the Palace celebrates the spirit of curiousity and exploration, and teaches us that no one is too small to make a difference in the lives of many!
I absolutely loved this book. It is full of brightly colored pictures that help to tell the story of Pansy’s adventures at the Palace Hotel. Children are sure to like this tale and will enjoy looking at the pictures. It is a very sturdy hardback book and would make an excellent gift for a child in your life. With the main character being a little girl, I think that girls would be more drawn to the book. I can see this as the beginning of many future adventures of Pansy. I highly recommend this children’s book. I think that adults and children alike will enjoy reading about this little adventurous dog.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not obligated to write a positive review. The opinions in this review are my own.