First he was Max, a backyard dog whose people neglected him.
Then he was Igor, a house pet whose people cared for him, but frightened him with their quarreling.
Then he was a "special needs" dog who acted like the type of villain he was named after, attacking strangers because he was confused and afraid. Would "Igor the little monster" ever find a loving home?
With charming illustrations by the author of "Fiona Plays with her Beaver," "Iggy: A Mongrel's Tale" is the story of one dog's search for love and acceptance and how a "bad" dog can simply be an animal who has been mistreated or misunderstood.
I would like to continue to be a bit mysterious :-) that is why I have chosen a pen name for my childrens book. I chose "Morocco Leonard" based on my godfather and my grandfather. Morocco was the last place my godfather lived and Leonard is the first name of my paternal grandfather as well as my dearly departed cat.