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Garth Stein Told from the dog's point of view, this is a tale of family, love, loyalty and hope. "I savored [this book] for many reasons: a dog who speaks, the thrill of competitive racing, a heart-tugging story line, and—best of all—the fact that it is a meditation on humility and hope in the face of despair."—Wally Lamb
Jo Anne Normile and Lawrence Lindner Introduction by Susan Richards Horse lovers will worship this book. The author's passion and determination to not only save one Thoroughbred foal but eventually rescue more horses than any other organization has will make you sit up and cheer. If horse racing as an industry changes, it will be because of this woman's...
by Libby (as told to John Sheirer) Libby's previous books (LIBBY SPEAKS and I LIKE STICKS) are winners with young and not-so-young dog worshipers, so it's only fitting she continue her literary career with an alphabet book. The poems and photos will delight. And proceeds go to benefit Kane's Krusade.
Dr. Nick Trout This bestselling book takes the reader through twenty-four hours at the Angell Animal Memorial Center where Dr. Trout is a surgeon. His anecdotes of the creatures he encounters, including the human sort, are hilarious, heartfelt, and engrossing. A modern-day James Herriot.