Ziggy Marley's ode to his four-legged friend Romeo becomes a picture book that is sure to touch the hearts of dog lovers everywhere.
"My Dog Romeo"--a single on More Family Time, the follow-up children's album to the GRAMMY Award-winning Family Time--is a playful and endearing tribute to Ziggy Marley's beloved pet dog Romeo. Opening with Romeo's barking, Marley sings of his great love and friendship with his four-legged friend.
Now, with beautiful illustrations by Ag Jatkowska--illustrator of Marley's debut picture book, I Love You Too--My Dog Romeo becomes a vibrant picture book that follows a child and a dog throughout their days, sharing their love of music and play. The perfect accompaniment to Marley's charming children's album, My Dog Romeo is sure to be a hit among young, old, and, of course, our furry friends.
"Enhanced with beautiful illustrations by Ag Jatkowska, My Dog Romeo becomes a vibrant picture book by author/storyteller Ziggy Marley that follows a child and a dog throughout their days, sharing their love of music and play."
--Midwest Book Review
Praise for I Love You Too, a previous children's picture book by Ziggy Marley based on a song of his with the same name:
"A sweetly affectionate ode to togetherness and love." —Publishers Weekly
"Lyrics inspired by an exchange with Marley's 3-year-old daughter are set to bright paintings of a multicultural cast of children and adults enjoying each other's company indoors and out . . . The art will draw and hold young children's attention." —Kirkus Reviews
"Sure to be a hit at bedtime, the lyrical story conveys the sweet, soothing, and affirming message." —School Library Journal
"The emphasis of this book is that love has no boundaries." —New York Journal of Books
"This looks to be on our home charts for weeks, months, maybe even years." —Austin Chronicle
"An inspiring storybook edition of the lyrics of famous reggae performer Ziggy Marley . . . song lyrics are surrounded and set in warm, vivid illustrations of children of many hues, laughing and playing with loving parents and grandparents in a healthy, light, balanced natural world." —Midwest Book Review
"Orly Marley, 42, adores the tale husband Ziggy wrote for daughter Judah, 9." —Us Weekly,"Objects of Affection" mention