Wilson the Pug has taught his many admirers some important life lessons—and he practices what he preaches. One crisp winter day, Wilson comes across a baby pug, lost and alone. Determined to do “the right thing,” as it is written in the Tao-te Ching, Wilson sets out to help his new buddy Homer, and together they embark on a quest to find the puppy a home. Their adventure takes them along comical and surprising paths, where they encounter many new friends as well as some unsavory characters who cause big trouble for the duo. Things start to look bleak for Homer until Santa Claus himself steps in to lend a hand. Homer just might get his wish after all . . . Homer for the Holidays is a heartwarming pug buddy story destined to become a holiday favorite of dog lovers of all ages for years to come.
Nancy Levine is a veteran dog photographer and writer. Her book Homer for the Holidays won the prize for Best Humor Book of the Year from the Dog Writers Association of America. Her one-woman show Leaving Scarsdale workshopped at the HBO Workspace, and her commentaries have been broadcast in the Bay Area on NPR affiliates. Originally from Scarsdale, New York, Levine now resides in Marin County, in the San Francisco Bay Area.