Do you have an impossible dog? Does your dog come when called, heel properly when you go for a walk, and sit quietly when you ask him to? If your answer is a resounding No! then you may think you have an impossible dog, a Pigs Fly dog, one you may think can never be trained. The key to training success with these dogs is to figure out what they find rewarding and then use those rewards to get the behavior you want. Youll be amazed at what your bad dog will do when you know how he thinks and what turns him on!
(ages 4 - 6) Ralph's father is certain that cows cannot ride bicycles, and tells Ralph him he can have a new bike "when pigs fly." Instead of giving up, Ralph cheerfully tries to get his curly-tailed pals airborne! This colorfully illustrated tale of positive thinking was named one of the Top 50 Canadian Children's Picture Books (2000-2003) by IBBY; was shortlisted for the Governor General's Award for Illustration (2002); and won the Ontario Library Association Blue Spruce Award (2002).
When Pigs Fly is a book that intertwines a romantic killing spree with the release of oppression and tyranny on a stage that wraps around the world. This book depicts a super power that deceives and manipulates as they struggle to grasp power borrowed from very wealthy groups aiming to ruin the exceptional ism of America and all but stop the voting process. the characters are rich with personality and personal conflict and the story line is crisp and will make you laugh if you are not already crying.
A latest collection of the comic strip Pearls Before Swine features the hilarious, edgy exploits of such beloved characters as Rat, Pig, Zebra, Guard Duck, the Crocs, Goat and more. By the National Cartoonists Society Best Comic Strip of the Year-winning author of 50,000,000 Pearls Fans Can't Be Wrong. Original.
Henry is ready to do what no pig has done before. "But pigs can't fly," says his sister, Henrietta. Nothing will stop Henry from trying, until it looks as though gravity might finally get the better of him. Fortunately, Henrietta has an idea that gives both of them a lift. Henry's determination and Henrietta's imagination combine to make a positive sibling story about creative play and teamwork.
Retired cop Mack Durgin used to bust perpetrators in Massachusetts, but now he's widowed and living in Arizona. When a FedEx driver drops off an urn filled with his friend's ashes at his front door, Mack reluctantly knows he must fulfill George Ashe's final wish: to have his remains spread over the Grand Canyon. But Mack has no clue what lies hidden within the urn besides his friend's ashes. On his journey through the desert, Mack meets the entrancing Calliope Vrattos, a former waitress in a bar that holds Elvis impersonation contests. Diet Cola is an ex-con who loves greasy food, but more than anything else, he desperately wants what he hid in the urn. Cola hooks up with a pair of loony housebreakers, a bald Elvis impersonator, and a dopehead with an outline of his brain tattooed on his skull. With a bit of luck and a lot of junk food, they trace Mack to the little town of Pincushion, Arizona. George Ashe may not be alive, but his remains are having the adventure of a lifetime. As Mack encounters one crazed character after another in his quest to fulfill his friend's last wish, he realizes that life is a gamble and that pigs really do fly.
Author: Bradley / B Dean / D Maston
Release Date: 2017-07-05
This is a comical and delightful look at what it would be like if pigs had wings and were capable of flight. An educational look at both the good, and the bad aspects of flying pigs. Lively, colorful, and hand drawn illustrations throughout. Sure to brighten your day.
This book chronicles the various methods the author inadvertently employed trying to kill himself during his life. On the farm, evil machinery attempted to have their way with him on several occasions. Later, while recklessly operating old Triumph and Ducati motorcycles, he nearly did the deed to the consternation of the folks. As a state patrolman he almost allowed several insane motorists to complete the job left unfinished by the tractors and bikes. He was forced to chase armed psychopaths the wrong way on the freeway and jerked other motorists out their side window after they tried to run him down. Thirteen years of investigating fatal accidents convinced the author to seek a less gruesome line of work so he took up flying police aircraft instead. As a novice flight instructor the author was attacked in the cockpit by a crazed student pilot who put the plane into a spin. While flying state patrol planes he survived engine failures, dead stick landings, air-borne dog fights with drug runners, and icing encounters so severe he still has nightmares. Flying state personnel and governors in the state's turbo-prop and turbo-jet aircraft had some crazy moments too. Hauling prisoners and serial killers around the country forced the author to always keep his sidearm close by. A narrow escape from an inverted flat spin in an AT6 Texan was the scariest of all. He flew corporate jets after retirement and describes some hairy moments locating radio-collared elk while flying over the Olympic Mountains. Releasing sterile insects over Jamaica was exciting especially after several million of them escaped into the cockpit and tried to gag him one morning. He feels quite fortunate to have survived all the close calls.