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Life to the Max: Maxims for a Great Life by a Dog Named Max

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When Max, a wild and wiry Airedale Terrier, bounded into the lives of his family, they didn't realize how much he would teach them about courage, gratitude and love. This sweet, poignant dog's tale follows Max as he and his family deal with issues of abandonment, rescue, friendship, adoption, love, illness, aging and loss. Out of each of his experiences, Max teaches his fa ...more
Hardcover, 56 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Nice Creative
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Patricia Brooks
Book/Peer Review – Life to the Max
for Robin Reynolds, author
by Patricia L. Brooks, author
Robin Reynolds is hardly the first woman to write the self-help, feel good book for adults or children on life’s lessons, but this creative soul chose an unusual route to what appears to be publishing success. She has taken the “traditional” self-help, life lessons concept and written it from the voice of her late pet Max who has personality to “the max” and keeps you turning pages.
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Robin Reynolds is a 25-year writing professional whose credentials include award-winning advertising copywriting for broadcast, print and Web media; writing a series of stories for a line of stuffed animals she created and writing comedy monologues for Yakov Smirnoff. She has a deep affection for dogs, and especially Airedale Terriers, which have been a part of her life since she was a child. She ...more
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