Author : Kevin Henkes
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Greenwillow Books
ISBN : 0060732113
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Five little picture books about Lilly and her friends to share all year long.

Author : Faith McCune
Genre : Pets
Publisher : Morgan James Publishing
ISBN : 9781614487203
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An Australian shepherd tells the story of his puppyhood and life with his family—with a little help from his human companion . . . Part memoir, part dog owner’s manual, this delightful book is narrated primarily from a dog’s point of view. As Duffy’s owner chimes in with her own perspective, readers will recognize their own joys and challenges that mark the territory of the human/canine relationship. From eating anything and everything, to a profound fear of needles and bee stings, to being “released” from dog training school, Duffy’s never-ending zest for new experiences is the source of his owner’s greatest frustration—and most profound life lessons. “Duffy’s story touched my heart.” —Julie Hanson, registered veterinary technician

Author : Janetta Harvey
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Kings Road Publishing
ISBN : 9781784180188
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Saving Susie Belle is the story of one miniature schnauzer's horrific ordeal in a puppy farm, and her rescue and redemption in the arms of a loving owner. Susie's owner Janetta Harvey weaves an incredibly emotively story and following the immense success of books like A Street Cat Named Bob, the book-buying public are ready to adore tales of animals saved from abuse.

Author : Judith A. Barrett
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Wobbly Creek, LLC
ISBN : 9781953870124
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Riley Malloy, vet tech and dog whisperer, stands in the way of a desperate criminal. Easy fix. Kill Riley. After a former coworker dumps a feral cat inside a carrier on Riley’s porch with only a cryptic note attached, the coworker is murdered. Riley is the last person alive who can identify the criminal. The killer closes in. Riley is attacked, kidnapped, and left for dead, but she does not intend to die.

Author : Griffith Day
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Artisan Books
ISBN : 9781579658601
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Cheryl and Griffith Day, New York Times bestselling authors and owners of Savannah’s must-visit Back in the Day Bakery, share 33 homespun recipes for delicious special occasion entertaining. Try Pumpkin Crunch Bars for a Thanksgiving table, Gingerbread Cupcakes with Lemon–Cream Cheese Frosting for a caroling party, Pecan Brittle as a hostess gift, and Salted Caramel Popcorn when it’s time to pile into the den together and watch a favorite holiday movie. This book has been adapted from The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook (Artisan, 2012) and Back in the Day Bakery Made with Love (Artisan, 2015).

Author : Lori Ries
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
Publisher : Charlesbridge
ISBN : 9781607341284
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In this sequel to AGGIE AND BEN, the best friends are back for more boy-and-his-dog fun. Young readers will laugh out loud at Aggie?s irrepressible antics and Ben?s determined attempts to train her. Three short chapters, just right for beginning readers, follow Aggie and Ben on their adventures in doggie training, obedience, and friendship.

Author : Stefanie Röhrig
Genre : Connotation (Linguistics)
Publisher : Universitätsverlag Göttingen
ISBN : 9783941875494
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Author : Kath Megaw
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Quivertree Publications
ISBN : 9781928209393
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In Real Food, Healthy, Happy Children, Kath Megaw offers a research grounded yet easy-to-grasp guide on what to feed children at the different stages of their development. A long-term advocate of low-carb eating, her mission is to convert parents and children away from the processed, nutrient-poor foods that surround them in everyday life and to win them over to 'real', natural food. Marrying practicality with warmth, science with common sense and the experience of a healthcare professional with the intuition of a mother, Kath's approach to how children should eat extends beyond the body-centred focus of nutrition.'When meals incorporate taste experiences, social interaction and emotional connections, along with high nutritional impact, the result is altogether healthier, happier, children.'

Author : Robert Tuttle Morris
Genre :
Publisher :
ISBN : STANFORD:24501641935
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Genre : Presbyterian Church
Publisher :
ISBN : NYPL:33433006415784
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