My literary agent, Jan Miller, is a passionate lover of beagles, and her adorable dog Schumacher just celebrated his birthday with a delicious cookie treat–which made my dog, Lucy, quite jealous. Look at those soulful eyes!
The True Story of How One Dog Turned Five Neighbors into a Family.
This is a powerfully compelling story that will capture your heart, about the true meaning of family and the eternal nature of love. Glenn’s use of language reveals the soul of a poet.”
Katie Up And Down The Hall is an absolute delight, a lovely book, and, of course, I fell in love with that beautiful little blond girl. She is a keeper.”
Katie the cocker spaniel and her human family teach that loving isn’t
about the bonds of biology, loving is about embracing and caring for
each other. Glenn Plaskin’s book will touch the heart of anyone who has
ever loved a dog.
Glenn’s book is a perfect reflection of the man who wrote it — engaging, open-hearted and very warm. His story proves that the true and small pleasures in life — friendship, loyalty and trust — are the ones that matter most.”
Katie types, she models, she uses a remote, she changes the lives of everyone around her — and she’s got a great wardrobe! What dog (other than my own, of course) can do all that? Well Katie can — and it’s a fabulous, heartfelt book.”
Katie is a dream come true to the various families living on her floor
in a New York apartment. Her heart is so big that she adopts them all,
making you wish you were one of them.
God can appear in many disguises — even as a dog — bringing people together in a spirit of love. All I can say is that I felt ‘really good’ after reading Glenn‘s superb book — there can be no higher endorsement.”
It is not surprising that Glenn Plaskin‘s innate talents — his insight
and human touch — are wonderfully brought to the forefront in his new
book Katie: Up and Down the Hall. It’s a significant story well worth
reading — Glenn has done a terrific job.
As a passionate dog lover, I adore my three Jack Russell Terriers, JJ, Cha Cha, and Dolomite—but I have to say Katie touched so many people and what great friends she made in her life. I wish my dogs could have known her!”