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Guide Doggie Coloring Book Shows Kids How Guide Dogs Help Persons Who Are Blind

By January 12, 2013

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Guide Doggie by Daniel Saynuk

Last year, Daniel Saynuk wrote a guest article for this site on his experiences switching to an iPhone. Daniel is legally blind. At the time, he was launching his own company, Daniel Saynul LLC, to create products both blind people and the general public would enjoy.

His first product is Guide Doggie, a story and coloring book designed to teach children how guide dogs help persons who are blind live more independently.

The book is written from Guide Doggie's point of view and is based on Daniel's own guide dog, Mack. It covers training, obedience routines, grooming, and getting treats and provides pictures to color.

Guide Doggie is available from Amazon as a paperback (54 pages, $14.95) and an e-book (21 pages, $1.99).

The paperback includes a retelling minus words for kids to fill in and bonus games: a crossword puzzle, word search, and jumble.

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