Rescuing Us

National Review Online
Jan. 11, 2008

R.L.: “…[E]ven Sprite leaves a legacy.”

M.L.: “I have thought about writing a book about him, but nobody will care.”

R.L.: “Sprite no doubt taught you much — about the way he lived his life with the cards he was dealt and your family’s genuine compassion to love him and help him.”

M.L.: Well nobody would want to read about my dog.

R.L.: Sure they would . . . and your family’s life with him. It would touch millions of hearts.

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Talking Rescuing Sprite with Rush

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Under the Christmas Tree: Books for Dog Lovers

Dec. 3, 2007

There’s nothing like a puppy under the Christmas tree! But if you’re not getting a dog this holiday season, the next best thing for dog lovers is a great dog book. Dogs and humans have a special affinity for each other, and I’m sure if dogs could read, they’d be just as devoted to books about loyal humans as we are to stories of great dogs. Here is a new one and a pack of other fiction and nonfiction books I’ve blogged about this year that might just be the right gift under some canine-lover’s Christmas tree.

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‘Rescuing Sprite’ is ‘Book About Humanity,’ Says Mark Levin

Nov. 28, 2007

Rescuing Sprite: A Dog Lover’s Story of Joy and Anguish,” by best-selling author and talk-radio host Mark Levin, tells the joyful and painful story of a dog, Sprite, who is adopted from an animal shelter into the Levin family, becomes a loving and happy member of that family, and then succumbs to illness and has to be put down. It is a touching story that has affected countless people.

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Mark Levin: Blessed by an Angel

November 8, 2007

A good friend of mine, who died several years ago from diabetes-related complications, once said to me, “Show me a dog lover, and I’ll show you a good person.” I’m sure there are many exceptions to this adage, but the principle it expresses couldn’t be more applicable to my close friend Mark Levin, whose new book, “Rescuing Sprite,” makes poignantly clear.

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Mark on Sean Hannity’s Radio Show

The Sean Hannity Show
November 5, 2007

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