Tuesday Tucks Me In: The Loyal Bond between a Soldier and His Service Dog (Hardcover)
Tuesday Tucks Me In is the story of returned war veteran, Luis Carlos Montalvan, and his service dog, Tuesday, going about their business on a typical day together. Page after page is filled with different ways Luis relies on Tuesday. While waiting for the subway, Tuesday stands vigilant guard for Luis who is reluctant to stand among the waiting crowd of people. Each page is touching and endearing.
A wonderful book for military service families, animal lovers, and those struggling with PTSD/anxiety.— From Tuesday Tucks Me In: The Loyal Bond Between a Soldier and His Service Dog
As narrated by Tuesday, Tuesday Tucks Me In is a day in the life of this service dog extraordinaire and tail-wagging ambassador for all things positive and uplifting in the world. The book takes us through a typical day of adventures, starting with Tuesday waking military veteran Luis Carlos Montalván in the morning and greeting him with dog breath in the face, and then ending with Tuesday cuddling up to Luis on their bed, the last moment they spend together before sleep.
Bret Witter has collaborated on many acclaimed books, including the New York Times bestseller Dewey, Tuesday Tucks Me In, and The Monuments Men. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
Dan Dion is a photographer residing in San Francisco, California. His books include Tuesday Tucks Me In.
“Children, even if initially just drawn in by the adorable dog pictures, will come away with a much greater understanding of the lives of both a returning vet and a service dog.” —The Horn Book
“The reciprocal loyalty and love between dog and owner is palpable and endearing, and photographs of Tuesday resting his head on his master's feet or taking a cab ride will delight dog lovers.” —Booklist
“A well-written, informative book.” —School Library Journal
“A touching story that will appeal to all dog lovers and to older children, including those with limited reading skills.” —Kirkus Reviews
“A moving story about companionship, loyalty, and the value of service dogs.” —Publishers Weekly