Every story needs a good dog. Meet Knox Cox, the dog who captured my heart and is Buddy in Grit, Not Grits.
“No, you can’t bring him home” were my words when my son found Knox at a local shelter. “No, I am not feeding him. No, I am not walking him. No, he is not getting on my bed!” That was a few years ago. Knox has found his way into all of those areas of my life.
It is his eyes. I can’t resist his big, brown eyes. Buddy, in the story, reflects Knox’s personality in real life. It seems like Knox knows just how to “add to my trouble” like Buddy does for Leo in the story.
Knox also adds much fun and laughter to my life. I hope children have fun as they search for Buddy on several pages of the book.
As Leo learns about that superpower called grit, his loyal companion is right by his side. Every good superhero has a sidekick. Right? Buddy might not save the day, but he is sure to make you smile in Grit, Not Grits. Available now!