The book Dog Whisperer: Storm Warning describes the adventures of a young girl (Emily) and her dog, Zack.
The book Dog Whisperer: Storm Warning describes the adventures of a young girl (Emily) and her dog, Zack. Emily has been finding herself thinking strange thing lately—like of hunks of red meat. And she’s a vegetarian.
As the book continues, Emily finds that she isn’t just randomly thinking about meat—she can communicate with animals, preferably with her dog. Her cat, Josephine, has rather disturbing thoughts. To add more to the plot, Emily’s dog has an uncanny ability to sense when a person is in trouble (and will be severely injured if they don’t receive immediate aid). Unfortunately, a dog can’t always provide much help. So Zack lets Emily know what is going on and she gets help for that person.
This book, written by Nicholas Edwards, wasn’t one of my favorites. However, I suspect this is because it would be a more enjoyable read for younger audiences—say, ages as young as seven to as old as eleven. I would like to point out that although this is the second book in a series, it can be isolated. Another significant characteristic of the story is that there is absolutely no romance, which some people will find refreshing.