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One Master, Ten Dogs in One Lifetime

Doctor shares the impact of the guide dogs in her life-long journey.


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Meet My Girls
80th Anniversary of the Seeing Eye, Inc., 1929–2009
Written by Grace D. Napier, EdD
Meet My Girls 80th Anniversary of the Seeing Eye, Inc., 1929–2009 Written by Grace D. Napier, EdD

The book holds an account of Dr. Napier’s sixty-nine years’ experience with her ten guide dogs. She acquaints readers with basic information about guide dogs and their school, the Seeing Eye, Inc. She shares an eighty-year timeline of the school’s history and an epilogue about other kinds of trained dogs.

How long does it take to train a dog to guide a visually impaired master to do his daily routine? This and other accompanying questions are answered by Dr. Grace S. Napier in her book, Meet My Girls: 80th Anniversary of the Seeing Eye, Inc., 1929–2009.

The book holds an account of Dr. Napier’s sixty-nine years’ experience with her ten guide dogs. She acquaints readers with basic information about guide dogs and their school, the Seeing Eye, Inc. She shares an eighty-year timeline of the school’s history and an epilogue about other kinds of trained dogs.

Last May 11–13, 2016, Meet My Girls was featured to an international audience at LitFire’s booth during the BookExpo America. The event was held at McCormick Place, Chicago, where a number of authors, publishers, fairgoers, and other book industry professionals had gathered.
 
 
 

Meet My Girls
80th Anniversary of the Seeing Eye, Inc., 1929–2009
Written by Grace D. Napier, EdD
Paperback | $16.32
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retail stores.
 
 

About the Author

Visually impaired since birth, Dr. Grace D. Napier has taught children from preschool age through twelfth grade, as well as students on the graduate level at three universities. She holds four teaching degrees. She was the first to combine academic content and orientation/mobility into one to help future teachers to meet the additional needs of visually impaired children and clients. Now retired, she has published three other books.


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