Toby and Tutter Therapy Dogs by Kirsten DeBear

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Toby and Tutter are two adopted dogs. Toby, who is older, assists his human mother as she works with young children, providing occupational therapy. Tutter is Toby s clingy little brother. He wants to be a therapy dog like Toby, but he is small and nervous. Tutter tries to do what Toby does, and discovers both what is hard and what he can do. As it becomes clear that Tutter can help the children learn, Toby acknowledges that they can be partners. Children, parents, dog lovers, siblings of all ages, special needs professionals, and teachers will all find something to love about this book.

About Kirsten DeBear

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Kirsten DeBear is an occupational therapist. She is also the author of Be Quiet, Marina! Laura Dwight photographed Toby and Tutter, and Be Quiet, Marina! with Kirsten DeBear.
Published October 15, 2012 by Toby and Tutter Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Dogs and kids go together like peanut butter and jelly in DeBear's picture book about therapy dogs.

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