Dogs Can Fly is the second book of The Critter Trilogy. Bogey the Wonder Squirrel was the first book, and the final story in the trilogy is The Miracle of Helen the Rabbit, stories about a menagerie of lovable animals.
Steve Rogers is a lover of animals - and Dogs Can Fly is the story of Bud the family dog - the adventures and misadventures of a dog that could truly fly!
Steve Rogers grew up in Tiverton, Rhode Island. He now lives in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, with his wife Elaine and their two dogs, Doolin, a 12-year-old goldendoodle, and Jellybean, a 1-year-old Alaskan Husky. They have a winter home in Naples, Florida. The book's inspiration comes from the author's love of animals and wanting to help families deal with the death of a family pet. He says, "I was fortunate to have a class of second-grade kids do the crayon illustrations!" Rogers is also the author of the memoir Lost in Love Grass: The Fragmented Tale of an Alzheimer's Afflicted Lifetime Duffer.