Picture book inspires readers of all ages to ‘Shoot for the Moon!’

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“SHOOT FOR THE MOON! Lessons on Life from a Dog Named Rudy,” by Corinne Humphrey, Chronicle Books, April 27, 2011, $15.99 (ages 3-5)

“It doesn’t matter what kind of dog you are … you can create the life you want.”

That’s the message in “Shoot for the Moon! Lessons on Life from a Dog Named Rudy,” by Corrine Humphrey.

Inspired by the true story of Rudy, a shelter dog who overcame the abuse and neglect with the help of his owner, Corrine.

The idea that a dog can overcome tremendous challenges translates to the challenges young people and adults also face. Just like Rudy, they can “take a leap and shoot for the moon!”

“Shoot for the Moon!” is in many ways a collection of inspirational thoughts. Bold colors and simplified design play well with these short messages.

Ten percent of the book’s proceeds will be donated to Friends of Animals Utah.

Shoot for the Moon: Lessons on Life from a Dog Named Rudy

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