In Lindnord’s first book, Arthur: The Dog Who Crossed a Jungle to Find a Home, we learn that the author hadn’t set out to rescue a dog; the dog rescued himself by latching on to Lindnord. In his new book, Rescue Dog Tales, the author takes us around the world to meet sixteen rescue dogs, each with a surprising story of how they found their forever home. Set in locations from Canada to Australia and everywhere in between, the remarkable stories of human-canine encounters in this heart-warming book prove, as one reviewer writes, “dogs really are our best friends—and their journeys to find love and acceptance are as compelling as our most famed human tales” of adventure and endurance.
About the Author:Mikael Lindnord is the author of Arthur: The Dog Who Crossed a Jungle to Find a Home, the story of the street dog who followed Lindnord and his Adventure Racing World Series (ARWS) team when they were in Ecuador in 2014 participating in a grueling 435-mile race through the jungles of South America. Lindnord has been traveling the world and racing in the Adventure Racing World Series ever since he took up the sport as a teenager. When not racing, he lives in Sweden with his wife, children and, of course, his dog, Arthur.