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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Diary of an Airedale (Airedale Diaries Book 1) is a fiction book written by P. J. Erickson. It's written in the first person and is the journal of Alf, a purebred Airedale terrier puppy. When we first meet Alf, he's at home with his mom and 11 siblings, but once he's old enough, he goes on a journey with a woman named Anna. Anna is warm and comforting and helps him cope with the terrifying plane trip to his new home. On his first night with her and Harry, Alf begins crying out of fear and loneliness, and Anna lies down on the floor next to him. Alf's life is filled with learning, new experiences and adventure. He's curious and loves to see what's inside of soft things, and sometimes Anna and Harry's faces get all red, and they frown a lot.
Diary of an Airedale (Airedale Diaries Book 1) is the story of a young Airedale. It's not only a fun book -- it should be required reading for anyone considering bringing a young puppy home. Author Erickson crams all sorts of dog-relevant information on training, hazards, and what to do when you have to leave your dog alone into an entertaining and light-hearted book. Alf is an engaging narrator who helps his human readers understand how an Airedale in particular - and dogs in general - perceives reality, and the challenges a young dog faces in learning how to co-exist, with humans. I've had canine companions for many years and still found that Alf had quite a lot to teach me. I highly recommend Diary of an Airedale (Airedale Diaries Book 1) and am looking forward to reading about Alf's continuing adventures.