Judity Newton, an ADW advisory Council member wrote three books featuring Nito, a runt puppy chosen for the nobel job of service dog. Through these great books you can teach your children about individuals with disabilities. These great books are built in stages so that the child can learn as they get older. The first book of the series Nito's Tale is for children ages 2 to 6 and shares how assistance dogs are trained and what they do. Book 2 Nito Meets Chloe introduces Nito as he meets a little girl named Chloe who is in a wheelchair. Nito will become part of Chloes family as they bond. Book 3 Nito and Chloe Get An Invitation takes Cloe and Nito to the White House where Nito and Chloe meet the entire family living in there including Bo the dog. Nito receives the Service Dog of the Year.
According to national statistics, 19 percent of the U.S. population is defined as disabled – this includes the aging, ill, vision and hearing impaired, physically disabled and mentally disabled. For many of them, service dogs offer both companionship and support in daily activities. Learn more at www.assistancedogsofthewest.org
we recieved a set of the books about Nito for review purposes.