Tag Archives: Nonfiction

Oreo Raises a Paw for Animals

Today’s blog post is very special. This isn’t just because I am posting on a Sunday. It is also because a very special guest is here today. Meet Oreo. This cute little dog is the mascot of the Read for … Continue reading

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Review of “97 Ways to Make a Dog Smile” by: Jenny Langbehn

This book really works! My dog enjoyed almost all of the things this book says makes dogs smile! Before reading this book I knew several of these ways, but found several others that I didn’t know about and had a … Continue reading

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Review of “Worlds Dumbest Signs, Ads, and Newspaper Headlines” by: Daniel Jankowski

I loved this book! It was really funny and I used to like it so much I reread it many times and I don’t usually like rereading things! This book is perfect for anyone who loves to laugh because it … Continue reading

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Review of “ER Vets: Life in an Animal Emergency Room” by: Donna M. Jackson

A really good nonfiction book for younger readers about being a vet, specifically an ER vet. Readers will learn what these vets do. There are many real animal photos in this book but nothing too graphic for a young reader. … Continue reading

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Review of “Donkeys Can’t Sleep in the Bathtub and Other Crazy Laws” by: Susan Dach

Does this book sound crazy to you? Well, it is and it’s a lot of fun to read! While there are some books I find to be funnier this one is still very funny. Besides the laws in the book, … Continue reading

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Review of “It’s Me or the Dog: How to Have the Perfect Pet” by: Victoria Stillwell

This book is a really good dog training book. Not only does it teach how to train a dog using positive reinforcement it also helps you see things from the dog’s point of view. I used it successfully to train … Continue reading

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Interview with C.A. Wulff

 What is your name, the names of your books, genre’s, age levels, and what are they each about? C.A. Wulff.  I have written four books: Born Without a Tail (2007) memoir (ages 12 and up) is about 20 rescue animals … Continue reading

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Interview with Inge H. Borg

 What is your books name, genre, age level, and what is it about? Pasha, From Animal Shelter to a Sheltered Life Non-Fiction/Cat-Dog-Animal Shelter ages: 10 – 99 Basically, this started out as a love-letter to my rescued Maine Coon cat. … Continue reading

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Familiars and Real Life Animal Teachers

In my books, the Mortal Realm Witch series, a familiar is first described as a talking animal that teaches their witch or warlock how to use magic. Later a familiar is described as a talking animal that teaches their magic … Continue reading

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