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Janice Stump Clark's Enough Salt and Pepper: A Mischievous Dog Adventure Reviewed By Lois Henderson of Bookpleasures.com
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Lois C. Henderson

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By Lois C. Henderson
Published on February 3, 2011
 


Author: Janice Stump Clark

Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-61739-011-1
 
This tale of three dogs, an English bulldog and two Scotties, is both enjoyable and instructive.


 
Author: Janice Stump Clark
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-61739-011-1

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This tale of three dogs, an English bulldog and two Scotties, is both enjoyable and instructive. Told in five-line rhyming stanzas, the picture book is colorfully illustrated and should both amuse youngsters as well as encourage them to want to try hard to be good and to care about others. Each stanza is accompanied by an appropriate biblical verse taken from the Amplified Bible version of Psalms, 1 Samuel, Proverbs, Isaiah or Galatians.
 
The three dogs, Sergeant, the bulldog, and the two Scotties, Salty and Pepper, all have unique characters. While Sergeant is selfless and giving, the two Scotties are forever getting up to mischief, for which they let Sergeant take the blame. Sergeant’s modest character is revealed in that he prefers to wear nothing at all, unlike Salty, who likes to have bows in her hair, and Pepper, who proudly sports a red collar. As an example of the appropriate use of biblical verses, the verse accompanying the stanza describing their outfits is one taken from 1 Samuel 16:7b: “For man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart.” Clark tells not only of what they get up to in their yard, but also of their adventures one day when they decide to embark on a tour of the neighborhood. And, don’t worry, they all do come back home safely afterwards!  
 
Janice Stump Clark is a multidimensional author, artist and educator, who has spent three decades motivating learners to strive to attain their best and to abide by sound ethical principles. Her love for dogs is borne out by her sharing the Ozark tree farm on which she lives with her husband and grandson with several exceptional dogs. Her key mantra, according to her Facebook page, is “Life is amazing. Savor each moment. God is good!” I do hope that Janice has more stories about the fun threesome to share with her readers, as children will most probably easily become attached to the spunky trio. In addition to making perfect bedside reading, Enough Salt and Pepper should make ideal reading for quiet time at Sunday school outings.   
 
 
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