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Drawing on his own experiences of working as a vet, Malcolm Welshman brings to life a wealth of colourful characters -- including the formidable practice receptionist, Beryl, with her one steely eye -- and an ark's worth of marvellous animals. As enchanting as it is funny, this wonderful story will delight any animal fan. When Paul Mitchell arrives for his first day's work at Prospect House Veterinary Hospital, he never expects this...Oh his very first day, he is bitten by a feisty hamster...but this is a mere prelude to a cavalcade of hilarious -- and often painful -- encounters with fish, flesh and fowl. From stalking a feral cat to rescuing a cow stuck in a gravel pit, life is never short of animal adventures for the newly qualified vet. On top of treating all manner of creatures at the practice, Paul and his girlfriend Lucy, also nurse a host of waifs and strays back to health at their home. Besides six budgerigars, two love birds, a hoard of guinea pigs and three tabby cats, their menagerie includes Gertie the Goose, whose talent for house security saves her from the Christmas Day table, and Nelson, their lovable -- and stone deaf -- Jack Russell.
From the star writer and illustrator team of the Mango & Bambang series comes a funny, heartwarming picture book all about choosing the right dog. It can be a pickle to pick the right dog. Take a guided tour of the dogs’ home with one characterful canine – he’s been there the longest and knows everyone, so he’ll make sure you bring home the perfect companion. Will it be hungry Harvey, who eats everything? Or clever Dumpling, who can chew through the crossword in record time? Or sporty Boo-Boo, as bouncy as a ball? How about Poochy Petunia Wuffles-Winstanley, the poshest pet in the pound? Oh it’s so hard to choose. What a pickle! With gorgeous illustrations from Clara Vulliamy, and laugh-out-loud text from Polly Faber, this book is guaranteed to be your favourite, whichever dog you choose!
From the bestselling author of Pets in a Pickle. Vet Paul Mitchell returns in this second instalment, Pets on Parade, to recount more hilarious goings-on from Prospect House. The main characters old and new include the elderly receptionist, Beryl Wagstaff, senior partners, Crystal and Eric Sharpe, the senior nurse, Mandy Fox and the junior nurse, Lucy Gentle. The eccentric tales including Mr Grimaldi, a magician whose rabbit is too sick for his show and Madam Mountjoy, a white witch whose black cat, Antac, Paul has to attend to at her 'Wiccan Shoppe' in Westcott. Paul finds himself in some sticky situations outside Prospect House. Forget undulating paddocks teeming with giraffe, zebra and wildebeests, there are pens and paddocks awash with mud, in which there are two gazelles, a camel, some monkeys and an ostrich. Followed by an aviary of budgerigars, some cockatiels and a pen overstocked with guinea pigs! This enchanting and delightful story will have you laughing from start. In the tradition of the James Herriot books, Pets on Parade is a humorous account of life as a young vet detailing the highs and lows of working with animals and their eccentric owners. Drawing on his own experiences as a vet, author Malcolm Welshman has achieved a true insight into country life and the rollercoaster that is veterinary practice.
Something rotten has taken root! When Jo Jo Wigman and her classmates plant their new class garden, they're expecting rows and rows of plump, juicy fruits and vegetables. But what they unearth is a pretty rotten bunch! That gnarly old lettuce head, The Romaine Gladiator, rises from the garden patch with dastardly plans to reunite the Brotherhood of Evil Produce! Can the Magic Pickle make a knuckle sandwich out of those notorious no-good veggies before their seeds of destruction destroy the world?
if it didn't make you laugh. MYSTERY OF MA'S UGLY PICKLE is the adventures of a fatherless Polish boy growing up during the Great Depression with a fanatically religious mother. At a tender young age and wrestling with his developing male desires, Michael learns about a skeleton and its killer. Many years later, having been diagnosed with cancer, he felt compelled to divulge his lifelong secret. Realizing there is no statute of limitations on murder, Michael never comes out and says where the story takes place but instead, laces his narrative with clues to the city and it's locally famous Cold Case. Consider that your first clue. When human bones turn up in a makeshift grave across the street from Michael's home, a renowned detective, Herr Rudolph Von Krueger, a.k.a. the Bulldog, arrives to take over the investigation. The suspects are numerous, but the clue that breaks the case is uncovered by of all things, an enormous rat making its home in the family fruit cellar.
This novel is the fourth in the Pets in a Pickle series and describes the antics of young vet, Paul Mitchell, now in his second year at Prospect House, the veterinary hospital, as he continues to tackle an endless variety of pets and clients. There's an escaped griffon vulture, which terrorised staff in the garden. A bouquet of roses for Beryl, the receptionist, in which lurks a venomous frog. Dealings with Dave, the chameleon. And on the way to treat one of the Stockwells' cows, Paul is confronted by Boris, their amorous bull, who has escaped and now blocks the lane. Meanwhile in the practice cottage, Willow Wren, he and his fiancé, the junior nurse, Lucy, raise an orphaned fox cub, curb the roamings of a randy cockerel and cope with marauding badgers and the sighting of a possible lion. Fans of the earlier books will relish this opportunity to delve into more zany encounters deftly written with the self-depreciating humour that characterises Malcolm's style.
Margrit Coates is an internationally acclaimed animal healer and communicator. In Angel Pets, she reveals how animals talk to us all the time and shares their incredible true stories. Meet Rusty, the lost dog whom Margrit guided home using the psychic connection between them; Mitzi, the brave little cat who made the greatest sacrifice; Twinkle, the determined rabbit who saved a girl's life; Gypsy, the sheepdog with special healing powers; Freddy's friend, the demon cat who was really an angel in disguise, and many, many more wonderful animals. Through these amazing stories, Margrit answers the question that every pet owner will have asked themselves: what is my pet really thinking? Offering helpful tips, she unlocks the secret of tuning into and connecting with pets at the very deepest level. A heartwarming read, this book will change the way you relate to animals forever.
Christianity has become an extremely complicated issue as seen in modes of worship and teaching. This no doubt shocks the believer who follows the pure Bible message. This book seeks to focus the attention of the reader on the simple message of salvation. It is an eye-opener for those who seek to serve the Lord in these last days. By examining the history of the early Christian church through today's many denominations, readers will see where things have gone wrong and where the flood gates of error have led to the religious pickle of our time.
One hundred and fourteen poems for young people selected for their contemporary appeal. Black and white photographs.
Retells the classic story, but this time Sleeping Beauty is a pink kitten who loves to chase balls of yarn.
The klutzy contract killer must enlist the help of both her psychic friend, Armani, and her ever-growing collection of talking pets, as she desperately searches for not one, but two, missing relatives. At the same time she’s trying to keep the peace in her crazy family and complete an unwanted assignment from mob boss, Delveccio, which could end with her on ice. And oh yeah, she’s got a date with a certain hot manny. Maggie and friends follow a crazy and convoluted path to try to save the day, but will an unexpected enemy get the upper hand? ​
Drawing on the theories of transactional analysis, a veterinarian explains why pets manipulate their owners and why owners allow such behavior and analyzes several common scenarios of owner manipulation by pets
Cricket is looking forward to fourth grade. She is sure she will be the teacher's pet again. But Cricket is no longer the smartest student in class--not since Zoe Mitchell moved to town. Zoe wants to be friends, but can Cricket make friends with the competition?
Walk through the life of a childless couple whose turbulent relationship was ¿nally saved. Illness, family, and marital problems took Abby and Tyler to the brink of destruction until they found the love of both their hearts, Katie. Katie enlightened everyone she met to the giant heart of a small dog. She saved their life together and gave them three years of joy until tragedy snatched her away. Healing Hearts: A Tribute to Katie is a heartwarming novel based on true events that will bring tears from heart-wrenching tragedies, laughter from humor-¿lled moments, pride from accomplishments won, and sadness from the losses of loved ones.
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