Need a laugh--or words of inspiration? Pampered pooches offer up their own irreverent wit and kibbles of wisdom in this candid canine volume.
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A powerful true story of love,struggle, and survival. A great learning experience which is better read than to have gone through. A page turner for sure.
When the animal shelter Brandon volunteers at is too full to take a litter of abandoned puppies, Nikki decides to look after them until the shelter has more room. Simple. There's only one slight problem... her parents won't allow dogs in the house so Nikki has to hide them at home and take them to school in secret. But with seven puppies to hide, things are going to get messy... Is Nikki's plan going to end in a pawfully dorky disaster? The brand NEW instalment from the internationally bestselling DORK DIARIES series, from Rachel Renée Russell, author of The Misadventures of Max Crumbly (June 2016). Perfect for fans of Wimpy Kid, Tom Gates, Jacqueline Wilson and James Patterson. ‘An amazing storyline – you won’t want to put it down’ Mother In London ‘The Dork Diaries series is now the fastest-growing girls’ fiction series and this story just shows us why. It is 100% adorkable’ A Little Bit of Everything ‘A girly version of Wimpy Kid’ Madhouse Family Reviews ‘Pure laugh-out-loud…Another great book I would highly recommend’ Full Time Working Mummy ‘One more successful book for the author Rachel Renée Russell’ Arts Mum ‘My favourite book of the Dork Diaries series so far’ The Free Range Family
All kinds of children learn how to treat others by watching puppies express their unconditional love.
I write this book, not as an authority on dogs, as I am not a Veterinarian, but as a person who has observed and owned dogs for twenty odd years. I feel a good deal of information can be learned by observation. While Scotties are my favorite breed, many other breeds are favored by many other people. Many traits are the same throughout the canine world; however, all breeds do not look alike. Some dogs are large, some small, some tiny and some average height. The weight of each breed is different as well as the color of the fur. If you have a dog, you can compare your dog to the dogs in this book, and see the things that are alike and the things that are different. You may see a difference in the dogs eyes, or the feel of his fur, the length of his tail or how he carries his ears. You will also see your dog likes to play just like Kiltie, MacGregor, Bonnie or Apollo. Through my observations of many dogs, I was able to write this book, so others could experience the joy of owning a dog. If we remember each animal is special, we can enjoy and learn something different each day. The world of nature is wonderful and there is no cost to us to enjoy it, all we have to do is observe
It's a case of puppy love Puppy finds lots of things to love in this die-cut board book. Simple rhyming text and sweet illustrations make this a perfect choice for babies and toddlers.
First crush, first love, first kiss—in this addition to the sweet and clean Flirt series, Lauren gets a lesson in love when she takes her new puppy to training classes. Fifteen-year-old Lauren has always loved dogs, but could never have one of her own until her highly allergic older sister went to college. Now she has her very own puppy, and she’s head over heels…until the cute little monster starts chewing everything in sight and barking loud enough to drive the whole family crazy! So it’s off to puppy kindergarten they go. There, Lauren quickly falls for the dog trainer, a seventeen-year-old dog whisperer with a hot accent. But is he really the one for her…or would she be better matched with Jamal, a fellow fumbling owner her own age with an unruly mutt? Will Lauren graduate from puppy kindergarten with a just a well-trained pup? Or will she have a new boyfriend by her side?
A May/December romance is out of the question for Gracie Lawson. Apart from the age thing, she's not looking to settle down with anyone; she's just starting to spread her wings. Fourteen years ago, Roger had worshipped Gracie from afar. Now, the worship is up close and personal, but she won't hear of becoming his lover. He has to make her understand. This isn't puppy love anymore. And Gracie is throwing away the best thing that could happen to either one of them for the sake of small-town convention.
Puppy love is a fun rhyming book told from the bubbly puppies point of view. This book will be enjoyed by children and anyone who has ever owned or wanted a puppy.