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Presents a reference for owners of aging dogs that shares comprehensive recommendations for providing the best possible care, offering information on nutrition, cognitive decline, and coping with loss.
Outlines the plot and characters of this groundbreaking play; explains the production, historical context, and themes; and includes critiques and reactions of scholars.
A first-rate collection of words to more than 1,000 songs, loosely categorised as folk songs...grouped by general themes and indexed by title. Lyrics and guitar chords.
(Lead Sheets: Melody line, lyrics and chord symbols). This collection features over 100 all-time folk favorites in the spirit of the school it is named for. The Old Town School of Folk Music opened its doors in December 1957 to teach "good folk music," and its students learn such tunes as: Bill Bailey * Buffalo Gals * City of New Orleans * Cripple Creek * Erie Canal * House of the Rising Sun * Just a Closer Walk with Thee * Oh Susanah * Old Time Religion * Shine on Harvest Moon * Wildwood Flower * and more. Also includes a nice introduction, photos of past students, and provides how-tos on reading tablature, tuning a guitar, fingerpicking, and more.
If you're ready to cry, laugh, then do it all over again, this is the book for you. Marshall Coates was never good at being a father. His daughter could attest to that. But when her husband suddenly dies, leaving her as emotionally devastated as Marshall was at her mother's passing years before, he comes immediately. There's just one problem: he doesn't know what to do with her son, his grandson, eleven-year-old March. The tug-of-war begins for this novice grandpa when March decides to play cupid and teach grumpy old grandpa to be chivalrous, and Annie, baker of heavenly pies, tries to coach Marshall on how to bond with an eleven-year-old boy. Marshall's heart might not be able to swell large enough for all this love. Can his loved ones teach the old dog a new trick? '...a lovely sensitive book for readers from teens to seniors.' —Rex McGee, Screenwriter,Pure CountryandWhere There's a Will
Don Lerch was born and raised in Schuyler County, Illinois. He began coon hunting as a young boy and continued until he was no longer able to go. As a young boy, coon hunting was a necessity for meals, as there were nine other siblings, and the hides were as important because they would provide money for cloths, shoes, groceries or whatever might be needed for the family. Don and his wife Char retired in 2005 to spend more time together. He lost her in 2006 shortly after retirement. Although she was not a coon hunter, she was a rock of support throughout their marriage. The have two children and seven grandchildren. Don published his first book in 2012 and the response was so great for another one, be began gathering stories and went to work again. These stories generate from six different counties, Adams, Brown, Cass, Fulton, McDonough and Schuyler and span from the 1930's till present day. You will read about heartbreaking losses, mule riding, trying to cross the river without a plug in the boat, forgetting the gun, getting lost and some hunts you wish you had been along for the ride. The thrill of the hunt is priceless. Although Don is no longer able to hunt, the "fever" is still there, and as long as their are coon hunters, there will be stories, and he will listen.

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