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Heart of a Hero by Dr. Billi Tiner

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The Children’s Book Review
Published: March 16, 2012

Heart of a Hero is the story of Lady, an Irish Setter puppy who is leading a simple life on a farm in Ohio during the 1940’s.  Lady’s biggest desire is to become an expert hunting dog like her mother.  She has no idea that her life is going to take her down a path where she will find herself in the middle of incredibly dangerous situations, including a world war.  On several occasions, Lady will have to find the courage to risk her life in order to save someone she loves.  The loyalty and bravery that Lady shows throughout her lifetime illustrate what it truly means to have the heart of a hero.

About the Author:  Dr. Billi Tiner is a veterinarian who lives with her family in Missouri.  Heart of a Hero is Dr. Tiner’s second novel.  Dr.  Tiner was inspired to write Heart of a Hero by the true story of her mother’s childhood dog, Lady.  Lady served as a messenger dog in the US Marine Corps during WWII.  During the war, she was injured delivering a message that saved the lives of several American servicemen.

Heart of a Hero is intended for children ages 10-12.  For more information visit www.tinerbooks.com.  You can also follow Billi Tiner on Twitter @tinerbooks.

Heart of a Hero ISBN-10: 1470110148; ISBN-13: 978-1470110147; price $7.99

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