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Poodle Dog Productions Releases Book Two of the Poodle Trilogy, The Phantom Poodle of Rainy Pass

The Poodle Trilogy continues with the release of Book Two, The Phantom Poodle of Rainy Pass. Poodle Dog Productions brought this story to life after 20 years in a drawer. Lovingly written by the late Dan Levinson, this story tells the adventure of two young girls who meet and become best friends. On a winter adventure, they discover a lost dog and the rescue begins.

Oct 17 2013, 2:04pm CDT | by PR.com

Poodle Dog Productions Releases Book Two of the Poodle Trilogy, The Phantom Poodle of Rainy Pass
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Emerald Hills, CA, October 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Phantom Poodle of Rainy Pass is a new children's book that will delight readers ages 8-12 and anyone who is young at heart and loves Poodles. Two girls meet and become best friends. On a winter picnic they spot something in the woods but what could it be?

Inspired by the true life adventures of John ‘The Poodleman’ Suter and his team of Standard Poodles who ran the Alaskan Iditarod from 1988-1991. Dan and Nancy Levinson hosted the Suters’ at the end of their Iditarod campaigns. Dan Levinson loved to tell stories but this was the only one he ever wrote down.

Ginger Nielson is a full time children’s book illustrator who has a magic wand on her desk and a dragon in her basement.

Poodle Dog Productions is the creator of the award winning "Flying Poodles A Christmas Story."

The Phantom Poodle of Rainy Pass is available in printed and e-book format at Amazon.com or directly from www.Flying-Poodles.com

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Smile Train – Saving the World one Smile at a time.

Contact Information:
Poodle Dog Productions
Karen Morss
650-363-1600
Contact via Email
www.flying-poodles.com
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/flying-poodles-a-christmas/id396776295?mt=8

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