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A bitch in Rome

by Christine Canfield

Camillo is both vulnerable and humorous in her portrayal of a new pet that causes jealousy in her marriage. The little dog was badly hurt. What could they do but bring her into their apartment in Rome and nurse her back to health? But... Read More

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The Gift

by Nancy Walker

An invaluable guide to help teachers and parents work effectively and successfully with even the most-challenging students. The Gift: How My Horse Taught Me to Teach the Toughest Children is a little gem of an instructional manual that... Read More

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People Training for Good Dogs

by Cheryl Hibbard

In "People Training for Good Dogs", former Massachusetts animal control officer Melissa Berryman presents a no-nonsense guide to what dog owners must know in order to develop the skills they need to successfully handle their dogs. Simply... Read More

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E. B. White on Dogs

by Teresa Scollon

While writing numerous animal characters in his children’s books, E. B. White also scribed humorous biographical essays documenting his observations of man’s best friend—collected here. E. B. White has been called a defining voice... Read More

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The Miracle of Sam

by Tom Bevier

There’s a lot of imagined doggy talk in "The Miracle of Sam", a heartfelt story of a couple in Sedona, Arizona, and the canine companion who renews their lives. As Andy Rooney once quipped, “If dogs could talk it would take a lot of... Read More

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