"Cocoa the Basset Hound" by author Victoria Fletcher, is a new release.
Fletcher was a teacher with the Washington County Virginia Schools. She began writing when she was 13 when poetry entered her life. She published her first book "The Bible Tells Me So: Old Testament Stories for Children in 2011." It won the Xulon Press award for Christian Childrenâ€™s Books. Other books published by Jan-Carol Publishing are "Fletcherâ€™s Fables" and "Fletcherâ€™s Fables Too." Her other books can be seen on her website, victoriafletcher.biz.
"Cocoa the Basset Hound" is a story of a little girl and her beloved basset hound brought to life by charming illustrations. This adventurous story is about a basset hound and growing up in a dog loving family.
When asked what motivated her to write "Cocoa the Basset Hound," Fletcher responded that not only does she â€œenjoy writing childrenâ€™s books,â€ but that she has â€œhad dogs since [she] was 6 years old.â€ Fletcher goes on to say, â€œI wanted to share the love of having a dog with others.â€ Her book also includes pictures of the real Cocoa, Fletcherâ€™s family dog that inspired her story.
The book is published by Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee.