Lily Westwater

Lily grew up in the Cleveland area in a family with five siblings and remains here now, also sharing her life with her husband, Joe and of course, Henry. She is thankful to have worked in the medical field for over 26 years.


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Tales of Henry

Henry has many stories to tell as he is a marvelous dog, a loving and sweet friend, always happy to see his people no matter what! This book is due to his inspiration, and I hope you as the reader come to share my love for him, and all animals that cross your path. Illustrator: Kim Sponaugle.




  • Irene Roth | 18/04/2012

    Tales of Henry is a great picture book about the importance of rescuing animals, and specifically dogs, from the Humane Society. The story is about a family mourning over the loss of a beloved dog to illness. The family goes to the Humane Society and sees a skinny, anxious, and pregnant German shepherd. They fall in love with the puppy and take her home. One day, Jessie has eleven pups. Their house is bursting with noise and activity. The pups have to be cared for and fed day and night. When the pups grow a bit bigger, they have to find good homes for them. Will it be easy enough to convince Aunt Lily to take one or two of the pups? Will the pups come back and visit? What a great story for kids of all ages! It will be easy for kids to fall in love with Jessie and her pups from the wonderful illustrations throughout the book. Readers will also learn about the importance of rescuing and caring for animals from the animal shelter and the big responsibilities that this entails.



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