Bootsy The Floppy Eared Corgi
Meet The Characters
Rosie & Lily
Potato, Frank, & Giant
About Our Story
Bootsy is a Corgi puppy who is adopted and moves to New York City. There are so many new sights, smells, and sounds to discover. Along the way he makes new friends, but there’s something bothering him—his big floppy ears haven’t gone up like other Corgis! Wanting to look like them, Bootsy tries all sorts of crazy things to make his ears stand up, but maybe he needs to learn that he’s perfect just the way he is.
For Ages 4+ and up!
Boots is so sweet. Especially when he pins his ears up with clothes pins. Congratulations on telling Bootsy's story.
Beautifully illustrated and executed. Bravo!
The most adorable little book. Absolutely amazing
Saving this book for my daughter who is studying elementary education to start her classroom library 📚📓 ✏️
With a fondness for corgis, I loved this book! I shared it with a neighbors child who has a disability. She saw how being different was actually very beautiful! Such a simple and lovely story, but it teaches a very important lesson on how to believe in yourself even when you’re different. Thank you Bootsy!!! ❤️
We love the book
Love this book, recommended for any age...
We absolutely loved Bootsy the Floppy Eared Corgi! It’s such a cute story and I love the illustrations. Already read it to our new little one and am excited to continue reading it to her. Also corgi approved by our fur baby.
I ordered this for my stepdaughter for her birthday. It’s now her favourite book, we have a corgi named pancake and She loved finding a book about our favourite dog breed and I love the message of self love and acceptance. She has memorized it...
Would recommend to others.
My nieces loved reading the book with me
love my new bookmark
Read the book and and shared the illustrations with my Grand & Great Grand Children.
In this day and age of social media and bullying that destroys children's self esteem, it is imperative that kids have a solid base of understanding that we are all "different " and it is those differences that make us stand out, not blend in. If we were all alike the world would be very boring. This book teaches that being different is good!
They loved the story and I loved the positive message that it conveyed. You can't read enough of this type of story to kids today!