Children’s book, ‘Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog,’ receives Mom’s Choice Award

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A first-time children’s book author has earned a prestigious gold level Mom’s Choice Award for “Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog,” a book for children ages 2 to 8.

The book, by Michelle Lander Feinberg, tells the story of a beloved rescue dog named Cooper who is a little confused about how dogs are supposed to behave. He spends his days attending the ballet, driving the family car, and even traveling.

“I’m honored to receive this recognition for ‘Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog,‘ and hope it encourages more families to read the book and experience the joys of animal rescue,” Feinberg said in a press release.

Also according to the press release, the Mom’s Choice Awards® evaluate products and services created for children, families and educators. The seal of approval from the organization tells readers that a choic is a quality product according to a proprietary methodology that considers several criteria:

  • Production quality
  • Design
  • Educational value
  • Entertainment value
  • Originality
  • Appeal
  • Cost

“Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog” has also received a Five Star Rating from Readers’ Favorite and praise from Portland Book Review, Manhattan Book Review, Rhodes & Easton Reviews, and Bookroo.

The book is described by Kirkus Reviews as, “An engaging, lighthearted tale of a beloved canine.”

“Please Don’t Tell Cooper He’s a Dog,” can be purchased online through SDP Publishing, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other retailers.

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