Tag Archives: #AnimalTales

My Book Review of Running With Roselle

Running With Roselle by Michael Hingson My rating: 5 of 5 stars Moving and Inspiring What a delightful read. I ran the gamut of emotions – excited, thrilled, amused, fearful, sad… This is a well told true story with people and pups you adore. The structure of the book was brilliant. It educated the reader on guide dogs as well

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Long Lost Elvis! by Christine Isley-Farmer

Long Lost Elvis! Book 4 of the Boomer’s Tales Series The Fun Continues by critically acclaimed author Christine Isley-Farmer The book is published by Wandering Woods Press and is available in digital format A donkey runs out in front of Nana Weathers’ car when she, Chloe, and Boomer are returning from Camp Resound. Mr. Brown, a farmer, drives upon the

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The Emir’s Falcon by Matt Hughes

Award-winning author Matt Hughes’ YA outdoor adventure tale set in the Swan Hills of Alberta now available from Shadowpaw Press The Emir’s Falcon, an exciting new young adult tale of outdoor adventure by award-winning Canadian author Matt (Matthew) Hughes, is now available in print, ebook, and audiobook editions from Saskatchewan publisher Shadowpaw Press Premiere. “The novella evolved out of a

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My Book Review of Stellaluna 25th Anniversary Edition

Stellaluna by Janell Cannon My rating: 5 of 5 stars Great Lessons For Kids I love this book. Not only does it have great lessons about bats subtly worked into the story, but it also has additional facts at the end. It’s a wonderful tale of unconditional acceptance. When the mother bird welcomes the little bat without question, only asking

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Let’s Talk With Author Kelly Brakenhoff!

My Interview with KELLY BRAKENHOFF! I worked with OH kids (I am certain they use a different term today) while I was in school and took ASL as my second language during college.  Understanding the need for inclusion and the desire to eliminate all prejudices, I am honored to chat with you, and introduce you to my readers.  Thank you

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