The Adventures of Archie is a series of children's books following the real-life adventures of an extremely loveable and very curious Goldendoodle puppy. Archie has many exciting adventures, and in every situation, he learns a lot of great lessons about life. If Archie could talk, this might be the way he describes his life and adventures.
The Adventures of Archie is a series of children's books following the real-life adventures of an extremely loveable and very curious Goldendoodle puppy. Archie has many exciting adventures, and in every situation, he learns a lot of great lessons about life. In 'Archie Goes to School', Archie learns how to get along with others, and what to do if someone is mean or bullies you. If Archie could talk, this might be the way he describes his life and adventures.
The Adventures of Archie is a series of Children's Books written for all those children who have dogs or dream of having one. Archie is a real dog who lives with his owner Betsy. If he could talk, this might be the way he would describe his life and some of his adventures. We hope you enjoy reading about Archie's Adventures! Parking
This fantastic box is loaded with oodles of goodies kids love. Includes a full-color book chockfull of rhymes, mazes, connect-the-dots, and more, plus a nifty stacking crayon, two stamps, a bright orange stamp pad and stickers. Featuring favorite Nick Jr. characters like Blue, Dora, Little Bill and original creations inspired by Nick Jr. Family Magazine. The activities and goodies fit snugly inside the box so kids can carry them anywhere. Keep the Nick Jr. noodle happy with jam-packed playtime.
Goldendoodles - The Owners Guide from Puppy to Old Age is a must-have book for any responsible Goldendoodle dog owner. Expert dog whisperer and trainer, Alan Kenworthy, writes in a fun and entertaining way about Goldendoodles while packing the book full of useful hints and tips. In addition, 23 expert Goldendoodle breeders were actively involved in making contributions, including two in-depth breeder interviews packed with advice and tips from two of the founders of the Goldendoodle Association of North America (GANA). Just some of the subjects covered include: origins and history of the Goldendoodle, different types such as the miniature (mini) Goldendoodle, colors, buying a dog or puppy, male or female, rescue, adoption, breeders, personality, socialization, spaying, neutering, house/potty training, bringing your puppy home, grooming, combing, bathing, health, vaccinations, training, understanding your Goldendoodle, play and toys, what food and nutrition, old age and what to expect, and much more... "The Goldendoodle breeder where I bought my puppy suggested this book to me as a guide and reference manual. Good to see lots of breed experts were involved in the book." - Kiernon Wagstaff
K.V. Kish is a teacher with over nineteen years of working experience with our modern youth. He is a dedicated father of two and has incorporated his educational familiarity into his writings. Dasher the Goldendoodle is a compelling children's book, which paints the picture of his own personal experiences of pet ownership. Throughout Kish's many years of reading literature to and with students and his own children, he has gained a profound understanding of the types of stories that appeal to various ages of young readers.
Author: Tamar Geller
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2011-08-09
From Oprah’s dog trainer and the New York Times bestselling author of The Loved Dog—a groundbreaking thirty-day plan for coaching dogs of all ages to become housebroken, happy, and well behaved within one month. Long known as a dog coach to the stars—her clients include Oprah Winfrey, Ben Affleck, Courteney Cox-Arquette, Owen Wilson, Natalie Portman, and Larry King—Tamar Geller changed the way Americans relate to their dogs with her bestselling book The Loved Dog. Her approach is simple and down-to-earth. Instead of utilizing the negative and often painful feedback of physical dominance, choke chains, and prong collars, Tamar recommends love, play, and mutual respect as the keys to a happy home for dog and human alike. Now, Tamar makes her Loved Dog™ Method accessible for everyone with this day-by-day guide that will lead you through the first thirty days with your new dog—or help you make a fresh start with your current dog. Drawing on her studies of wolves in the wild and basing her method on the principles of child development, Tamar uses an "instincts versus choice" approach that satisfies a dog’s Seven Basic Needs and will result in a pet with good manners. 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog covers every question commonly asked by people embarking on the momentous journey of dog ownership: why it’s important to choose the appropriate dog for you and your lifestyle, what you can expect from a puppy versus an adult dog, how to introduce your new dog to your home, and how to respond when things don’t go according to plan. Tamar guides you every step of the way, from addressing undesired behaviors in your dog to crate and paper training him to introducing him to other dogs and helping him become relaxed with strangers. Included are important but often overlooked tips about the use of words and body language to communicate, the power of play, and the amazing value of teaching your dog some lighthearted pet tricks. Along the way, Tamar debunks myths in need of debunking: that dogs are frequently "alpha" by nature and need to be dominated; that discipline is the key to dog training, and that "success" only means getting your dog to do what you want. Instead, she shows how to align your dog's wishes with your own to create a rich and enduring relationship that works wonderfully for you both. Gentle, firm, and effective, 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog will build your relationship with your dog to make every new day together a day of love, joy, and discovery.
Nuns and murder and ghosts, oh my! Here comes Giulia Driscoll again, and boy, is she in for it this time. It starts when a frenzied Chihuahua leads Giulia and Frank Driscoll to the body of a nun in the street near a convent. The nuns fear they're being harassed by the biggest developer in town and quickly embrace Giulia as their savior. Of course, the former nun who exposed the drug ring run by a priest and nun will save their home and discover the murderer. And of course, Giulia not only takes this job, but also all the other jobs clamoring for her attention. The result: Driscoll Investigations is pushed to its limit. Then Giulia's brother falls into a coma and she brings his kids to her house. Talk about a crash course in parenting for pregnant Giulia! Did we mention the convent ghost? She loves the house, hates the nuns, and chain-smokes. Why couldn't Giulia's first honest-to-goodness ghost be shy and sweet? More importantly, does the ghost hate the nuns--or the developer--enough to indulge in a bit of murder to liven up the afterlife? - - - - - - - - - - - - - NUN AFTER THE OTHER by Alice Loweecey A Henery Press Mystery. If you like one, you'll probably like them all.
Take a journey through the school playground with the mischievous and imaginative Fink the Mink as he finds trouble and learns tough lessons the hard way. This children's picture adventure book will have your child's eye brows raised at every turn of the page as they are entertained and asking for more with: Full of Color Pictures and Illustrations Every Page is Full of Dr Sues Style Rhymes Mischief That Even Curious George Would Not Attempt Most Importantly Your Child Will Learn a Valuable Lesson on Proper Playground Behavior That Will Ultimately Make Parenting Easier The Misadventures of Fink the Mink is available in print, online through the Amazon Kindle for instant access and for a limited time it is free to borrow for Kindle users. This book is great for teaching children what is right and wrong by example, reading skills and it is a entertaining and fun way to getting the message across. Playground troubles will make a great addition for any: Parent Book Club Library School The Misadventures of Fink the Mink Fink the Mink (Playground Troubles) is the first book of this series.
Libby Hall began collecting photographs of dogs in 1966, saving unwanted pictures from being discarded into dustbins or thrown on bonfires. Later, her interest piqued, she began amassing them from local flea markets and second-hand shops. Now her collection is one of the most famous and distinguished in the world, and with her several books of photographs she has attracted what the Telegraph Magazine called a 'cult following'. These Were Our Dogscontains more than 250 photographs, never before published, from Libby Hall's legendary collection. Here are people from all kinds of walks of life and different countries: from mining towns to stately homes, from the American Deep South to rural Japan. Here are princesses and cowboys, clergymen and actresses, toddlers and octogenarians, and what is common to them all is that their dogs are their constant, treasured companions. Some are images of dogs alone. In others, dogs form an essential part of a family portrait. Some are hilarious; some are beautiful; some are very moving. Some are rare gems: for example the image, one of only two known copies in the world, of John Brown, Queen Victoria's personal servant, with four of her favourite dogs, taken in 1871. This collection is a fascinating insight into the very beginnings of the art of photography, a social record of a bygone era, and a testimony to the timeless relationship between Dog and Man. It is an essential book for lovers of photography and lovers of dogs alike.
From the bestselling author of the Mrs. Pollifax books comes a new mystery habit to acquire. From the moment Sister John and Sister Hyacinthe reach the old house left to their abbey by a mysterious benefactor, their cloistered world begins to crumble. First, there is the wounded man hiding in the house, then the suitcase stuffed with money sitting at the bottom of the well, not to mention fearful apparitions in the night. Lord only knows what's going on. That is, until the good sisters, armed only with their faith and boundless energy, set things right--even if it means a shocking revelation or two about ghosts, gangsters...and murder.
Author Judith Jones Muchowski tells the delightful story of Kiki, an African bush baby (nagapie) who is rescued in a storm by Jojo. The book is humorous, loving and tender, as Jojo decides to raise Kiki as a pet. Kezzia Crossley's beautiful, vivid illustrations bring Kiki and Jojo to life, and transport you to the far away African landscape.
First the bestselling novel. Then the romantic comedy movie starring Diane Lane and John Cusack. Now Claire Cook's most enduring characters are back in Must Love Dogs: New Leash on Life, Book 2 of the hilarious and heartwarming Must Love Dogs series. Life after divorce for Sarah Hurlihy used to consist of juggling her job as a preschool teacher with the demands of her interfering family. But after a rocky start, Sarah and John Anderson have shared six months of dating bliss. Now their relationship is basically on hold because Sarah's brother Michael and his dog are staying with her. And John's new puppy Horatio hates Sarah. With a passion. "If you haven't read a Claire Cook book yet, start with this one. You don't need to have read the first book, but why not grab that one, too, and read it? Her books are like potato chips - you can't have just one!"-Pamela Kramer, National Book Reviewer, Examiner.com The Must Love Dogs series: Must Love Dogs (#1) Must Love Dogs: New Leash on Life (#2) Must Love Dogs: Fetch You Later (#3) Must Love Dogs: Bark & Roll Forever (#4) Must Love Dogs: Who Let the Cats In? (#5) "Claire Cook's novel Must Love Dogs was such a huge success that it was made into a hit movie starring Diane Lane and John Cusack. Now Cook is back with a sequel in Must Love Dogs: New Leash on Life, which proves just as delightful . . . Cook's penchant for humor is evidenced clearly in this sequel, making this a delightful and fun read, and leaving one to wonder if this book will also be made into a heartwarming and comedic movie." -Nancy Lepri, New York Journal of Books Praise for Must Love Dogs: "Funny and pitch perfect." -Chicago Tribune"Wildly witty" -USA Today"Cook dishes up plenty of charm." -San Francisco Chronicle "A hoot" -The Boston Globe "A hilariously original tale about dating and its place in a modern woman's life." –BookPage Praise for Claire Cook: "Claire Cook (Must Love Dogs) has built a brand writing light-hearted women's fiction blending kernels of the absurd and comedic in compulsively readable combinations." -Shelf Awareness "The exuberant and charming Claire Cook is one of the sassiest and funniest creators of contemporary women's fiction." -The Times-Picayune