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"Over the years, animal rescue and adoption have transformed my life over and over and over," says author Devon O'Day. In My Angels Wear Fur, her first collection of stories that chronicle the many animals she has rescued, Devon O'Day tells readers about: Tennessee Tess: A stray dog delivered to her front door by a man working on a construction crew in the neighborhood and who ended up living the glamorous life in Hollywood with O'Day's sister, actress Faith Ford. The Boxer of Mercy: A brindle boxer who delivers dogs in need to O'Day's front door. As soon as he knows the other dog is in good hands, the boxer disappears. More than 30 well-written stories will warm your heart and make you understand what O'Day means when she says, "There is a God-like quality in animals. They love without judgment. They are loyal and caring and they see through each of us...to the hidden souls of our real beings."
The perfect gift for anyone grieving the loss of a pet, Goodbye, My Friend expresses in touching images, comforting words, and heartfelt songs the sympathy shared during a time of grief. People love their pets and grieve their loss as much as they do human friends. This beautifully illustrated four-color book and CD with four original songs shares words of comfort and understanding.
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Wisdom and encouragement from the animals that touch our lives.
The decision to take a nap on a strangers boat seemed harmless to Gracie Gainsborough until she wakes up to find herself in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence with an Irish rum-runner who has a dangerous connection to her family. Ruairi O'Neill deserted the British Army in 1916 to fight for Irish freedom. In seven years of risking his life for the cause he has only made one mistake. Now, half a world away, that mistake will haunt him; forcing him to choose between the one he is sworn to protect and the one he can't help but love. Set against the backdrop of prohibition, A Black Rose for The Angels' Share is a story of devotion and betrayal and the ultimate sacrifice.
Narrative poems with straightforward, feisty sensibilities confront the difficulties and rewards of love: what one goes through to love and be loved. Social injustice ("Jury Duty") and mortality ("Casual Hands, Brutal Stars, Past Things") are recurrent themes, but love is always the driving force. Often funny, with a subtle sting, Coppola's heartfelt writing reveals an unrelenting, courageous struggle with a progressive disabling disease ("Enlightenment and Muscular Dystrophy").
In a collection of meditations and true-life animal stories, the author of Animals as Teachers and Healers presents inspirational accounts that share compelling lessons of unconditional love, comfort, faith, fulfillment, responsibility, and joy.
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Sometimes human communication falls short in conveying spiritual truth. Sometimes God speaks through whatever means He chooses—and often he chooses our four-legged friends. Paws to Reflect for Dog Lovers offers 60 reflections for those who seek to grow spiritually by observing the unconditional love and devotion of our pups. This devotional offers a mix of humorous and heart-warming lessons in creative chapters such as these: You Can’t Judge a Cocker by Its Spaniel Footprints on the Pink Couch Growling for Grace The Hound of Heaven Cleanliness is Next to Impossible As we stand in awe of humble animal hearts, we can learn important life lessons about overcoming mistakes, loving without judgment, persevering with wisdom and grace, resting in the arms of the One who loves us, and more.
It’s up to Miss Julia to sort out the murder of a hoity-toity newcomer in the latest addition to the New York Times bestselling series. Look out for the newest in the series, Miss Julia Weathers the Storm, coming from Viking in April 2017. Miss Julia fans both new and old will be especially keen to get their hands on the sixteenth in the series, Miss Julia Lays Down the Law, guaranteed to be the steel magnolia’s most exciting adventure yet. It’s November and Miss Julia is looking forward to some quiet time before the holidays. That is until snobby Connie Clayborn and her rich husband move to town. At first, Miss Julia and the other ladies are pleased to be invited over for coffee, but the afternoon turns into a slap in the face when their hostess spouts nonstop criticism about Abbotsville. Why, how dare she? Days later, Miss Julia decides to confront Connie woman to woman, but when she arrives, Connie is lying on the kitchen floor—lifeless in a pool of blood. Who could have done this? Miss Julia will need to find out fast—particularly because her fingerprints are now all over the crime scene. . . . From the Trade Paperback edition.
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The development of the West was an exciting and adventurous time in history. In Rocky Mountain Tales, author Arlene Pervin brings that history to life in this collection of eclectic stories. These stories tell of adventurers and entrepreneurs, hard-drinking men and gamblers, of fishing tales, cougars, and high-diving elk. Through stories like Bacon and Civilization, Camel Not and Of Men and Ink, the trials and tribulations of life at that time are revealed through the iconoclastic voices of the developing West. Rocky Mountain Tales reveals what life was like in the West through humour, political satire, and commentary in the writing of legendary newspapermen who lived and wrote of their time and place and dared to cross the line, in words and in their vision for the West.

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