My New Book “Thunder Dog” – Pre-Release! By admin Posted November 8, 2010 In Publications My New Book “Thunder Dog” – Pre-Release!2010-11-082010-11-08https://michaelhingson.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/hingson-colored-logo.pngMichael Hingson Grouphttps://michaelhingson.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/hingson-colored-logo.png200px200px 9 My new book “Thunder Dog: A Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust at Ground Zero” is available to order through Amazon. Order Here! admin Recent PostsOctober 7, 2001Who Says Pandemics Can’t Lead to AdventureHow Can I Help?Taking Control Of Your Life Showing 9 comments Darlene McInenly July 3, 2011 Reply Is the book “Thunder Dog” available in Braille or Cassett? My daughter, Teresa Moder is blind and would love to read the book. Thank you, Darlene McInenly Kayleigh August 3, 2011 Reply The book is also avaliable on Bookshare for those that would like to download it in Braille (brf). This book is a great read! I highly recommend it!! Charlotte Stockton September 28, 2011 Reply Thunder Dog was the Best read of my summer. Telling everyone I see what a moving Story. Thank you for sharing this moving story of History and all the other extra things. I feel I learned so much my reading this book. God bless you Elizabeth Reinke October 4, 2011 Reply I note in your book that between 1941 and 1953 there were 10,000 blind babies due to excess oxygen in incubators. I was an incubator child in 1938 and did not experience issues with sight. I’m curious as to why there were issues in the period noted but not prior to 1941. Can you point me to a reference? Thanks. I enjoyed your book, was a braille transcriber for more than 30 years, and I own an independent book store in Davidson, NC where Thunder Dog is one of my best sellers. Mike Hingson October 17, 2011 Reply Not all children put in incubators went blind. However, there was a marked increase in children born in the late 40s and in the 50s, (baby boomers). This accounts for the increase in blind babies. Edwina McElroy October 15, 2011 Reply I am wondering what the target age for the book is. Is it a children’s book appropriate for a 10 year old? Mike Hingson October 17, 2011 Reply Hi, A ten year old could read it, but we do describe the collaps of the Twin Towers. Probably I would suggest that your child is a bit young. I just sold books at a high school event. If you read it with your child so you can explain the event you would be fine. This is NOT a 9-11 book although the attacks play a part in the book. This is a book about my life and life lessons I am passing on. Mike Hingson October 17, 2011 Reply It is still a best seller. pingbacks / trackbacks The weight of the world on their shoulders « Safe & Sound blog […] He was already working on a book. We kept up with each other via email after the conference, and Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust at Ground Zero by Michael Hingson with Susy Flory was published by Thomas Nelson Publishers last […] September 10th, 2011 11:29 AM Leave a Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.