Written and Illustrated by Travis Hofer
It was October 31st in New York City. Wire Dog was ready for Trick-or-Treating. He got a baby costume. He puts it on. Then he puts a bag into his mouth so he can have candy. But the first man doesn’t give him any candy. He starts to cry. At the next house a man told Ellen that dogs shouldn’t eat candy because they get sick. He gives him a bone and he learns a lesson. It is: be happy that God made you how you are. Then he chews on his bone. Next time at Halloween he doesn’t need to pretend he’s a human.
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When Ellen was 9 years old her parents wouldn't let her have a real dog, so she made one out of wire and started writing Wire Dog stories. Now Wire Dog stories are read, written and illustrated by children and professional authors and illustrators all around the world. Please read some of the stories at http://wiredogstories.com to your children or students then submit a story or illustration to email@example.com Your submission will be published on the website and in the next printed copy of Wire Dog Storybooks available at lulu.com.
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