Haatchi and Little B tells the inspiring and moving true story of Owen Howkins (also known as Little B, short for 'Buddy') and Haatchi, an Anatolian shepherd dog who was abandoned on a railway line as a puppy and left for dead.
Thankfully, Haatchi was rescued, despite sustaining severe injuries. And so Haatchi, in turn, was able to rescue Owen, at the time an anxious and withdrawn little boy born with a rare genetic disorder, who found it hard to make friends. But Owen fell in love with his new three-legged canine housemate at first sight, and life would never be the same.
The touching story of this dynamic and loveable duo is a life-affirming tale of happiness and friendship.
Wendy Holden is an experienced author with two novels and thirty non-fiction books to her credit. She wrote the bestselling memoir of Uggie, the dog from The Artist and has ghosted autobiographies that chronicle the lives of extraordinary women, including the actress Goldie Hawn; a World War II spy; Frank Sinatra's widow Barbara; and the only woman in the French Foreign Legion. She now lives in Suffolk, England, with her husband and two dogs.