My name is Martin and I am an Australian Shepherd. I had the privelege of being an official greeter at a wonderful little church in Fredericksburg and I have written a book about my experience. I can't wait to share it with you!
"My job description, given to me by my dad the priest, was to greet people and make them feel welcome. I was very good at what I did. I happen to be quite an attractive dog and I love everyone and everyone loves me....the way it ought to be, don't you think?"
So begins the story written by Martin the dog, who was the official greeter at St. Barnabas in Fredericksburg, Texas for almost five years. Readers of all ages will enjoy and understand this story of love and redemption.
Twelve-year-old Riley Cohn, whose gift of Autism has given her the ability to see the good and beauty in all, illustrates the book.