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Season's Christmas Quest: The Dog's Story

4.18  ·  Rating Details  ·  17 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Season, a bright-eyed, golden dog of mixed breed, is best friends with his master's little girl, Melissa. But just days before Christmas, a canopy of darkness covers the skies, ash blankets the ground, and the land seems to wither and die. Worse yet, his beloved friend grows seriously ill. Melissa needs sunshine and clean air to survive. Desperate to save her, Season makes ...more
Hardcover, 130 pages
Published August 2012 by iUniverse
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Tara Pollard
Sep 20, 2012 Tara Pollard rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Review by reader Shirley A. Edwards, (Kindle edition) Tara, I absolutely loved your book! Just finished it this weekend! The descriptions in the book made it so easy to imagine what was happening. The underlining...message in the story came together so well in the end. I am a Stephen King, Robin Cook, Dean Knootz kinda girl but recently my mom started me on inspirational stories and I love them. Yours is right at the top! I currently have the kindle fire version but plan on ordering a hard copy ...more
Nov 30, 2012 Penni rated it it was amazing
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I read this book to my kids and they absolutely loved it! Gathering from my opinion and those of my 3 girls, is what this review is made from.
It was given to me through goodreads first reads and from start to finish I could not put it down. Even though it is about a dog, it shows that God is at work behind the scenes, even in the wilds of the dark forest and the snowy mountains. The animals know him. Christmas legends and miracles are at work in this book, even though humans don't know it's hap
Jan 14, 2013 Denise rated it liked it
I really loved this book. My dog is my best friend, and I know that is crazy, but its true. So a book that is so positive and includes a canine has got to be Good and it was!!!!! Thank you so much for sending it to me, and I am sorry about the late review!!!
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Dec 05, 2013 Sandy Klocinski rated it it was amazing
Great kid's book and just in time for Christmas but a comforting grown-up read too. You will adore this. I had problems laying it down! There are ingeniously offered Biblical parallels that are fun to work out
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Nov 29, 2013 Mary Spink rated it really liked it
I'm a huge fan of dogs! This book was just adorable! Its an easy read and an enjoyable read.
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Tara Pollard was born and raised in an Air Force military family. Growing up without permanent roots, she loved to learn the local traditions of each place she lived, and found most had one thing in common … belief in the miraculous. A believer in Jesus Christ, she has witnessed the unexplainable, and believes miracles continue every day, even outside of human knowledge.
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“Mankind has a mandate to care for the earth and all that is within it, especially the animals, and an animal should never be placed in a position where he needs to be concerned about such things. But this is not that time.” 4 likes
“Human words are very powerful—even simple ones. They can create or they can destroy, depending on what is said and how it is said. If people understood the significance of that, they would choose their words much more wisely.” Season’s Christmas Quest: The Dog’s Story.” 3 likes
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