Welcome to stop #24 for Max’s Pawsitively Exciting Book Blog Tour!

We are really excited to be a part of Max’s Book Blog Tour!  This is one great yellow English Labrador Retriever who is making a difference ~ a portion of his proceeds from Dogs Work Too will be donated to Leader Dogs for the Blind (read below for more information)! Follow along on his adventures and possibly win some great prizes too! He is almost all the way through his 36 blog tour in 36 days! Be sure to check out the entire tour list and stop in to find out what the word(s) of the day are! Be sure to leave comments so we know that you stopped by!

Max’s word of the day is 24. “Helping”

PawMax is an award winning childrens book author who is dedicated to helping children manage similar experiences in their lives. Maximus, a.k.a “Max,” is an English Labrador who shares stories about his real life experiences from his point of view so children can relate too. You can purchase Max’s newest books, ask him questions, enter his contests, ask him for his paw-o-graph, shop, or share your own adventures at this website!

About the Authors:
Maximus “MAX”

Born in Oakley, Michigan. Maximus grew up with the best family a dog could have. Maximus’s family includes him on many exciting adventures. When Maximus is not sleeping, he enjoys walks, car rides, and of course his favorite treat, “Peanut Butter Treats.” Also, he likes playing with his new brother Wrigley and his many animal and human friends. Maximus’s is now an award winning children’s book and has a book series called, “Read with Max.” Children and adults of all ages can relate with his stories, pictures and adventures told from his prospective.
Anthony M.T. Majewski
  An award winning childrens book author Anthony Majewski was born in Detroit, Michigan. Anthony grew up in a family of four that relocated round the country for nearly eleven years. At the age of eight, he started his moving adventures from Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan to Northbrook, Illinois to Plano, Texas then to Long Island (Glen Cove), New York and finally what he refers to as home, Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan. Anthony graduated college earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Western Michigan University and earned a Masters Of Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing from Walsh College. He also earned the “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” Award plus additional honors in his field of studies. After College, he and his wife Julie started their family with the addition of their first dog Maximus, an English Labrador Retriever. They also added to their family by rescuing Wrigley, a Basset Hound. Maximus inspired Anthony’s breakthrough award winning children’s book, “Dogs Move Too! From Max’s Point of View!” plus “Color with Max Activity and Coloring Book”. Anthony and his wife Julie intend to continue adding stories of Maximus and their other family pets in a children’s book series “Read with Max.” When Anthony is not working, he enjoys boating, playing racquetball, and of course spending time with his best friends, Maximus and Wrigley.
Read With Max! Teams Up With
Leader Dogs for the Blind
Max is very excited to have teamed up with Leader Dogs for the Blind, an organization that strives to enhance the lives of people who are blind and visually impaired. A portion of Max’s book proceeds will be donated to this wonderful organization!

About Leader Dogs for the Blind
Since 1939, Leader Dogs for the Blind has been providing guide dogs to people who are blind and visually impaired to enhance their mobility, independence, and quality of life. We have proudly trained over 13,500 clients from 39 countries to use a Leader Dog. All services are provided free of charge to clients thank to funds provided by individuals, foundations, community service clubs such as Lions Clubs, and corporate donations around the world.

Loss of sight is a life-changing event that affects every aspect of a person’s life. Travel that was once easy, like going down the street to visit a friend, now seems like and insurmountable obstacle. Plans to attend college or find a new job may be cancelled due to safety concerns. Choosing to come to Leader Dogs for the Blind is also a life-changing event, one that reopens the doors to independence, safety, and self-worth that many people who are visually impaired think are closed to them forever.
For more information about Leader Dogs for the Blind, or to make a donation, visit their website at http://www.LeaderDog.org or call 248-651-9011.