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Publisher's Summary

The touching sequel to the beloved novel A Dog Named Christmas.
On Sunday, November 29, 2009, more than 12.5 million families fell in love with the television adaptation of the novel A Dog Named Christmas. Within forty-eight hours after the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie aired, the initial run of twenty thousand DVDs sold out. Two years later, when Christmas with Tucker, the prequel to the McCray family stories, was released, it was described by Dean Koontz as “a perfect Christmas read,” by A. J. Jacobs as “lovely and poignant,” and by Publishers Weekly as “cute, hopeful, and heartwarming.” Now, the much-anticipated third installment, A Christmas Home, will prove to be yet another holiday classic.
Watching their children move out and live independently is a difficult task for many parents—but for George and Mary Ann McCray, it’s nearly impossible. Even though Todd, their disabled son, is in his twenties, George and Mary Ann fear that he cannot thrive without their support and supervision. But Todd is determined to be his own person—and he has a dog named Christmas and an entire community ready to help him find his way.
Greg Kincaid, New York Times bestselling author of A Dog Named Christmas, is a practicing lawyer specializing in divorce and family-law mediation. The father of five children, he lives on a farm in eastern Kansas with his wife and two dogs.
©2012 Greg Kincaid (P)2012 Blackstone Audio
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By Debbie on 12-06-14

Growing Up and Letting Go . . . Bittersweet

This third book about the McCray family at Christmas time hit me hardest, I think, because as a mother, letting grown children go is really difficult . . . especially when they hurt or face obstacles. George is so level-headed when it comes to Todd making his own choices and mistakes. Mary Ann, like most mothers, has those invisible heart strings tied to Todd that keep her up at night and overwhelm her when she senses anything out of the ordinary with her son. Todd is mentally challenged, but he has a special gift with training dogs. When the town's animal shelter faces cutbacks due to the economy, no one knows what will happen to Todd's job there. Greg Kincaid's books are wonderful stories of not only dogs, but of families, community, and of people meeting the challenges of life together.

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By Byron on 12-02-12

Must read for dog lovers!!

This is the third installment in some innovative books about dogs, human passion and determination , and the Christmas season. Todd is now a young man working in the town's animal shelter. Though he is 'book slow', he definitely has a way with animals. His job at the shelter has caused these talents to blossom into training dogs to met human needs.

Todd has met Laura, whose arthritis has been less bothersome since she got her dog, Gracie. The nursing home is more joyful for it's inhabitants with pet visits. Then the bad news---the shelter must close from lack of funds. What will happen to all the homeless pets? Can Todd find another satisfying job?

This book has creative and heart warming happy endings. If you haven't read the first two books in this series, you'll be 'blessed if you read them before finishing with this one!! CHRISTMAS WITH TUCKER and A DOG NAMED CHRISTMAS are the first two books. Though A DOG NAMED CHRISTMAS has been made into a wonderful Hallmark movie, as with most all books, the book is even better!!! Great books to share with your kids too!!

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