Family Dog Inspires New Children’s Book

Denver, Feb 8, 2019 ( – Academician and author, Sia Y. Chandler, teaches the essence of good values in her debut childrens book, Luke the Loving Dog! Inspired by her familys own pet having the same name, the book animates mans best friend to express an ideal set of characters. Luke, who has given a lot of joy and memories in the Chandler household, will be able to bring the same positive energy to the families picking up the book across the world.

The book follows the adventures of the young Rottweiler, Lukan, in his quest to show the beauty of good values to the people around him. Luke, as he his fondly called, are surrounded by loving charactersmostly friends and familywho help him embody virtues and principles that he believes are important in life. Luke is especially drawn to children. The values he extols on a daily basis are meant for children to learn so they can grow to be well-rounded individuals.

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Luke the Loving Dog! has received a lot of praise from several Amazon readers. Cara says that her daughter loves it and adds that the language is easy and truthful and a great way to introduce values to young children. Another mother, Chris, commends the book for introducing kids to excellent vocabulary, character trait examples and situations while leaving room to build comprehension and create questions. Both readers rated the book five stars.


Luke the Loving Dog!

Sia Y. Chandler

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Kindle | $3.99

Paperback | $16.99

Book copies are available at


About the Author

Sia Y. Chandler was born and raised in Colorado. She has worked in the academe in several capacities for almost three decades. Currently, she is the Director of a GED program in the Denver Public School system. She has received her Chaplaincy from the Denver Seminary. Sia is also active in her community. She spearheads an annual music event that raises funds for non-profit organizations.

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