by Robin Brande (Goodreads Author)
I BELIEVE IN SIGNS.
And this one said: "Dog trainer nee…more
I BELIEVE IN SIGNS.
And this one said: "Dog trainer needed immediately. Must provide own dog."
I snatched the paper off the announcement board before anyone else could see it.
BECAUSE IT'S ABOUT TIME.
Meet Riley Case: an expert with dogs, lousy with people. She's been keeping a low profile at her high school--well, except for that incident with the birds--but when the chance comes to use her talents as a dog trainer to help the drama department win a national competition, she knows she can't stay in the shadows any longer.
by Joseph Smith (Goodreads Author)
To celebrate the July release of Finally My Ambulance, you are asked to imagine yourself fenced in: trapped in the drudgery o…more
To celebrate the July release of Finally My Ambulance, you are asked to imagine yourself fenced in: trapped in the drudgery of routine, yet at the same time sensing a power in yourself, which seems to be growing towards a dangerous maturity. This is the bull's awakening, which you will find in this hardcover edtion of TAURUS: Joseph Smith's acclaimed second book.
And once this awakening is acknowledged, what is to be done with it, do you smash your confines to smithereens? Is it possible to create a new reality, through the destruction of everything you know?
'Beautiful, relentless and unforgettable.'
A story of power and the consequences of its use, part thriller, part modern myth, a unique and exultant work from one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary fiction.
'It's beautiful yet cruel, ancient yet new, and austere yet utterly stifling. As soon as I finished the book I felt an overwhelming compulsion to go back to the beginning and read it all over again.'
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by Diane Hammond
It’s been three years since Hannah the elephant departed the Max L. Biedelman Zoo, and life is quietly chugging along for her friends in Bladenham, WA: Sam has retired; Neva owns a doggie daycare called Woof!; Harriet Saul has been fired and in her absence Truman Levy has taken over as executive director of the zoo.
And then Truman’s aunt, an eccentric millionaire looking for a pet project, finds just the thing: a killer whale stranded in Colombia who desperately needs a new home. With the help of aquatic animal expert Gabriel Jump, she strong-arms Truman into repurposing the Zoo’s never-used porpoise tank for Friday’s rehabilitation. Under Gabriel’s watchful eye, and with a team of enthusiastic amateur helpers, Friday begins to revive.
But not everyone believes that Friday should remain in captivity. And before Truman knows what to do about it, the Max L. Biedelman Zoo is under national scrutiny -- and controversy -- and Friday’s fate may no longer remain in just their hands.
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