by Betty Lott
Any pet owner can attest that dogs are more than just mans best friend. For the author, Bernice was more than a very large dog who wore pink bows and ate vegetables: she was family.
From a puppy untying shoe laces to a full-grown dog wanting to play in the snow, Bernices personality captures the hearts of all who meet her, and the author wants to share that charm with the world. Follow the adventures of this pairs life together in Bernice.
About the Author:
Betty Lott was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Upon graduating from Grand Valley State University, she moved to Jackson, Mississippi, where she worked as a police officer with the City of Jackson for seven-and-half years. Then she and her husband, Tommy, moved to Louisiana where he worked as a helicopter pilot with the state police and she worked as a state probation and parole specialist.
Upon retiring, Betty, now a widow, moved back to Michigan where she met the inimitable Bernice. She now teaches Adult Education in Scottville, Michigan, and resides in Pentwater, Michigan.
(2016, Paperback, 36 pages)