Trusting Calvin: How a Dog Helped Heal a Holocaust Survivor's Heart

Trusting Calvin: How a Dog Helped Heal a Holocaust Survivor's Heart

Sharon Peters Hardcover, 183 pages; 2012
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Trusting Calvin is the true and deeply moving story of Max Edelman, who, as a Jewish teenager in Poland during World War II, endured horrendous cruelties, including a brutal attack that blinded him permanently. He survived the war, got married, moved to the United States, found employment, and raised a family. When Max retired in his late sixties, he decided he'd need a guide dog to help maintain his independence, and was paired with a chocolate lab named Calvin. The way this amazing dog enhances and transforms Max's life is near magical - and beyond heartwarming. This beautifully written book defies categorization, and will appeal to animal-lovers, history buffs, and anyone who appreciates a challenging, life-affirming journey. (CH)

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