To celebrate ‘The Dogs of Avalon’ being selected as K9 Magazine’s Book Club feature this month, we are thrilled to offer 5 lucky readers the chance to win their very own copy!
The book takes us to Ireland, where once lived a dog named Lily. She was a greyhound mix, rescued from near death, then adopted by Laura’s family in New Jersey.
Lily opened up a new world to Laura, and the result is her newest book: a chronicle of animal peril and animal salvation, told in large part through the fearless character of Irish animal rescuer Marion Fitzgibbon. In this David and Goliath narrative, we meet an international network of women on two continents fighing for animal justice.
Along the way, Schenone shares her own awakening to the human animal bond. The history of domesticated animals is also the history of human beings; The Dogs of Avalon is a love letter to rescued dogs, and the unexpected places where that love can lead us.
Laura Schenone is an award-winning author A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove and The Lost Ravioli Recipes of Hoboken. She lives in New Jersey with her family and dog Lily.
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