Thursday, November 3, 2022 5:00-7:00pm
Midnight at the Shelter by Nanci Turner Steveson
Written with a distinctively doggy voice, great humor, and plenty of heart, this novel from acclaimed author Nanci Turner Steveson is a perfect pick for readers looking for a touching animal story in the vein of Because of Winn-Dixie or Marley & Me.
Rescue dog MahDi is happy helping his human partner, "MomDoc," with the important work at her vet clinic and the local animal shelter. The two of them make a good team, caring for the town's pets and matchmaking rescue animals with the families who need them.
When the shelter is suddenly down a staff member, the animals have to deal with a new caretaker: Huck, an unpleasant man who seems to have no problem threatening the animals he's supposed to care for. As more dogs crowd into the shelter than are going to new homes, MahDi begins to worry that if MomDoc isn't around, there is no telling what Huck might do.
With three perfectly good legs, the heart of a true leader, and his pack mates by his side, MahDi is willing to risk everything to save his shelter-friends from an uncertain future.
Midnight at the Shelter is available at Jackson Hole Book Trader, Wilson Book Gallery and bookshop.org. Also available as audiobook on libro.fm.
Author will be signing and celebrating the release of Midnight at the Shelter with puppies and dogs from the Animal Adoption Center and the veterinarian & dogs that inspired the story! Center for the Arts lobby. Refreshments will be served. This is a free event, no ticket required.