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A Dog's Journey
Updated: 8/20/2020
A Dog's Journey
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Storyboard Description

The thing I wanted to be different in the ending of the book, was that I wanted the dog after he died to start a new life with a new family like it happened many times in the book. So in box one I showed the dog after he died. In box 2 I showed that he had a new life with a new family. I wanted the dog to be there with the boy most of his life. So I put the dog in every picture showing as time went on the dog was still with the boy. In boxes 2-6 it showed that the dog had a happy life with the boy. And I wanted the dog to repeat new lives every time he died. So, that is the thing I wanted to be different in the story.

Storyboard Text

  • At the end of the story "Toby" was the last life the dog had. This is Toby after he died, because at the end of the story the dog went to heaven to be with all of his past owners, past lives, and brothers and sisters. The thing I wanted different was that after the life of Toby the dog would continue in a new life like they did in the story at least 3 times.
  • This is the dog reborn and with a new family. The dog is a gift for the newborn boy, to have great memories with as he grows up.
  • This is the boy when he is a kid. It shows that time has gone on and he and the dog have gotten older.
  • This is the boy as a teenager with the dog in the park.
  • This is the boy as an adult. Right after his wedding.
  • This is the boy as an old man, with his family.
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