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A Dog's Life- Written by Ann M. Martin. This is a autobiography of a stray dog named Squirrel. Born a stray, she must face the challenges of busy highways, changing seasons, finding food, and facing humans both gentle and cruel. Her life story is told in Squirrel's own words, a story of loss, but with her strong instict to survive. Although it may seem like she will roam the wodds and plains forever, Squirrel makes two friends, changing her life in many different ways. This story is for people with hearts for dogs, and even those who don't will still adore this heartwarming story.
Here is a part from the story of A Dog's Life:
"There was chicken in that bag, and Bone and I knew it. My mouth started to water and I drooled as I stood at the edge of the field, separated from the chicken by two lanes of cars. When a truck whizzed by me, I jumped back, yelping. But Bone looked as though he was getting ready to run- to bolt across the road and hope for the best. Suddenly one of the cars that had just sped by pulled to the side of the road and screeched to a stop..."
~This paragraph is from the book A Dog's Life. All credits go to author.
Pick of the Litter- written by Bill Wallace, the best selling author of No Dogs Allowed!, another one of my favorites. Tom's Grandfather is recovering from his heart surgery, so during summer vacation Tom is helping him with his hunting dogs. It's hard work, but Tom doesn't mind after he falls in love with one of the pups a rare blue-eyed pointer Tom names Tad. It's almost as if Tad understands when Tom talks to him, expeacily about confusing things like how hard it is to write to Angie, a girl Tom met over summer vacation. The trouble is, Tom's Grandpa promised the owner of the pup's sire the pick of the litter, and it's pretty clear that's Tad. Tom knows what he should do, but he can't help hoping there's a way to get around Grandpa's promise. How can he do the honorable thing when it will cost what he wants most in the world?
Here is a part from the story Pick of the Litter:
I started to take off to join the chase, but somthing bumped my foot. I glanced down. One of the pups was right beside me. Sitting very straight and proper, he looked up with those blue eyes. When I reached for him, he didn't take off like I expected. He didn't start sqirrming or trying to lick my face like I expected him to, either. Instead, he just kind of nestled his head against my chest, wagging his tail, and looked up at me like I was some kind of yummy doggy treat or something.
~ This paragraph is from the book Pick of the Litter. All credits go to author.
No Dogs Allowed!- written by Bill Wallace. After losing Dandy, her family's belloved horse, Kristine decides she will never get close to another pet again. It's just too heart-breaking. So when her father surprises her with a new puppy for her birthday, Kristine is furious! With a new sister on the way, who needs a wriggling, messy, noisy yellow ball of fur to look after? But how can Kristine, an animal-loving girl, resist the sweet brown-eyes of a puppy that just wants to be loved?
Here is a part from No Dogs Allowed! :
"Close your eyes." I was dying to see what the surprise was. " No peeking! Stay put!" The tailgate dropped open. "Now, Papa?" "Not yet" There was another sound. Papa was pulling somthing across the bed of the truck. Then a faint scratching, scrapping sound. And then... "Yp Yip" My heart sank clear down to the bottom of my tennis shoes. "
~This part above is from No Dogs Allowed! All Credits go to author.
A Dog Named Christmas- a novel; written by Greg Kincaid. In this heartwarming novel, Greg Kincaid tells the story of how one speacil dog changed the lives of his adoptive family- and an entire town- forever. When Todd Mcray, a developmentally challenged young man still living on his parents' Kansas farm, hears that a local animal shelter is seeking temporary homes for its dogs during the days leading up to Christmas, he knows exactly what he wants for the holidays. His father objects, but Todd's persistence quickly wins out. Soon the McCrays are a short-term foster family for a lovable pooch that Todd names Christmas. But what about all the other dogs who will be forced to spend the Yuletide season in cages? In the days that follow, Todd uses his speacial gifts to pursuasian to encourage his hometown to particapate in the " Adopt a Dog for Christmas Program." What follows from his small act of kindness will teach his family, and his community, about peace on earth and good will toward men- and animals.
Here is short-part from A Dog Named Christmas :
One early December afternoon,Todd came running into the barn carrying his radio and frantically trying to scrbble down a phone number. He handed me the wrinkled note.
"It's for a Cristmas dog" he said.
"Slow down, Todd. What are you talking about?" "The animal shelter wants you to adopt a dog for the Christmas holiday" "Todd, they always want you to adopt a dog. That's what they do. Besides, we dont need another animal around here, and most definetly not a dog" We had been a dogless farm for many years, and I was not ready to change that arrangment.
~This part is from the book A Dog Named Christmas. All credits go to author.
The Summer of Riley- written by Eve Bunting. In this book, William gets his a dog from an animal shelter, named Riley. Wiliam grows so attached to Riley, and Riley is devoted to his boy. But when Riley jumps the fence and chases the nieghbors old horse( and started to bite at the horses heels) Everything goes wrong. Now, there is a chance Riley might be taken away from William... and to be put to sleep. Can William save his beloved dog?
Here's a paragraph from The Summer of Riley :
There were twenty-one squares on the calander, one for each day Riley had left. I X-ed out the first one in red. One day used up, twenty left to go. And I tried hard not to look at the last red square, not to think of what it meant. All day long I triend not to see Rileys face on our flyers. I'd tried to make this sort of a game, a challenge, and not remember what the reward would be or what would happen if we lost... Did Ellis Porter have a calaender too and was he staring at it, planning as I was planning?
A liffe for a life.
A dog for his cat.
It didn't matter to him which dog. Riley would do just fine.
~These 2 paragraphs are from the book The Summer of Riley. All credits go to author.
The Incredible Journey- written by Sheila Burnford. Instinct told them that the way home lay to the west. And so the doughty young labrador retreiver, the roguigh bull terrier and the indomitable Siamese cat set out through the Canadian wilderness. Sepretly they would soon have died. But together the three house pets face stavation, exposure and wild animals to make their way home to the family they love.
Here is a part from The Incredible Journey :
The car turned around the bend at the end of the long tree-lined drive and the animals heard the sound of the engine recreeding in the distance. The cat transferred his attention to a hind leg; the old dog stopped panting and lay down; the young dog remained streched out, only his eyes moving and an occasional twich of his nose. Twenty minutes had passed by and no move was made; then suddenly the young dog rose, streched himself, and stood looking intently down the drive. He remained like this for several minutes while the cat watched closely, his leg still pointing upwards; then the Labrador slowly walked down the driveway and stood at the curve, looking back as if inviting th e others to come. The old dog rose too, now, somewhat stiffly, and followed. Together they turned the corner, out of sight. The cat remained uttery still for a full minute, blue eyes blazing in the dark mask. Then, with a curious hesitating run, set off in pursuit.
~These 3 paragraphs are from the author of The Incredible Journey. All Credits go to author.
My Friend Flicka- written by Mary O'Hara. It seems Ken can't do anything right. H eloses saddle blankets and breaks reins... but then comes the worst news yet: a report card so bad that he has to repeat a grade. How can you tame the dreamy mind of a boy who stares out of th ewindow instead of taking an exam? Enter Flicka, the chesnut Filly with a wild spirit. Over the course of one magical summer, both will learn the meaning of responsibility, courage, and, ultimately, friendship.
Here is a part from My Friend Flicka :
Suddenly Ken heard the sound of horses coming near the and started up so quickly that the leg of his chair tangled with the leg of the table and he went sprawling to the floor, then scarmbled up and over to the window. ... Ken leaned out the window as far as he could to see the last of them as they went down the Green, just jog-trotting...
"Ken... what are you doing?"
He scurried back to the table and made it true before he answered, "I'm doing my arithmetic."
~This part is from the author of My Friend Flicka. All credits go to author.
They have so many cute pet posters and wild animal posters! These are awesome products to show your love for your pets/other animals. Go to the link below to check out the animal posters!!!!
Webkinz are more than a stuffed animal! With more different kinds of stuffted animals than you can imagine; even unicorns and dragons! After buying your Webkinz,take off the tag and find the secret code. Then go www.webkinz.com Once you're on, click "New Member" There you can choose your Webkinz's gender, name, secret code and yeah then... Welcome to Webkinz World! You will start in your pets room with gifts from Webkinz World. Then go and have fun! Do arcade games, search for gems, and more! Have fun in Webkinz World!!!