Following Atticus

Following Atticus

Forty-eight High Peaks, One Little Dog, and An Extraordinary Friendship

eBook - 2011
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Relates how the author and his dog named Atticus M. Finch attempted to climb all forty-eight of New Hampshire's four-thousand-foot peaks twice to pay tribute to a friend who died of cancer and raise money for charity.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780062101303
0062101307
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 276 p., [8] p. of plates) : col. ill., maps

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francinethestamper
May 17, 2014

Beautiful touching story of a man and his dog who hike in the White Mountains.I highly recommend that everyone reads this book. Uplifting and wonderful book about a loving and respectful relationship. Can't wait for the next one. I also follow Atticus on Facebook and on the blog.

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timehascome
Nov 28, 2012

extraordinary story and an amazing dog with a compassionate loving owner

Nann Dec 07, 2011

Take a burned-out, overweight crusading alternative newspaper publisher and an intelligent and plucky little dog. Give them an ambitious cause: raise money to combat cancer by climbing all of the 4000+ peaks in the White Mountains (in the winter. twice.). Result: an abiding friendship and a justifiably huge fan base. The book is a delight and an inspiration.

debwalker Oct 25, 2011

"Reader, beware! This is not just another dog book! When Tom Ryan welcomed Atticus M. Finch, a miniature schnauzer, into his life, little did he know what courage, pluck, and unwavering love he would get in the bargain. This is a beautifully written book about the very special bond between a man and his dog, an amazing quest, and the mountains that healed them." --Barbara Drake, White Birch Books, North Conway, N.H.

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