Elvis and the Underdogs by Jenny Lee

Published November 20, 2014 by neverwearmatchingsox

Benjamin aka Benji, Benj, Baby, was born a preemie. He is always at the hospital and by always I mean he goes so often he his favorite nurse created a punch card for him. Benji has trouble making friends, doesn’t play sports and has twin older brothers who are always picking on him. When Benj has a seizure at school his doctor says he either has to wear a protective helmet or get a service dog. Considering he has allergies to dogs, his parents opt for the helmet even though Benji begs them not to. When life becomes unbearable with the helmet, the parents finally agree to the service dog. However, the dog that arrives is much, MUCH larger than they expected. Not only that, the dog is grumpy…at least that’s what Benji thinks.
A story about friendship, diversity and love this story is one I am definitely adding to the collection at school! I’ve already read book 2 (I actually read it first:-) and am so hopeful that Jenny Lee will continue with the series.

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