The Midwest Book Review
A single dog can make a huge difference in the lives of many. “The Story of Rex of White Way: The Blizzard King” tells the story of a Samoyed breed dog who over the course of eleven years saved countless lives of many people as a sled dog throughout the frozen winter months and made a major difference through hard work and perseverance. “The Story of Rex of White Way” is a strong addition to pets and dog history collections.
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The Story of Rex of White Way is a touching must-read book for any animal-lover. It is impossible to read about Rex and not fall totally in love with this strong, gorgeous and courageous Samoyed. The Story of Rex beautifully walks the line between being a story of a man and his dog, a diary of dog-sledding and a history of the Samoyed dog breed in America. There are moments it reads like a historical detail of the breed but it isn’t tedious or boring. Read more at http://www.closedthecover.com/
I am honored to feature this interesting and informative book about REX THE BLIZZARD KING. This book is packed with so much information that there is no way that a “review” would even begin to cover it all. I wrote to Jim and told him that I would introduce this book (and Rex) to all of you as a feature, and give you a snippet of what it is about. Read more at http://dakotasden.wordpress.com/
The story of Rex is an adventure-filled historic biography of a purebred Samoyed canine who excelled in mountain rescues during a time before snowmobiles and cell phones. Rex lived from 1946-1957 and spent most of his life in the Sierras of California. He was lead sled dog on a U.S. mail run, set a world record in weight pulling, won many speed and freight races and was involved in over 30 documented rescues during his lifetime. Read more at http://www.lacamasmagazine.com/
Rex was featured on p. 18 in the May 2013 issue of Lacamas Magazine: http://publ.com/TGIIUmy#/1/
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