Animal sounds

Listen to the Pets

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Publisher: Listen to the

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Category: Animal sounds

Page: 14

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Adults and children alike will be enchanted by these charming board books which are distinguished by the exceptional quality of the sounds that bring every picture to life. Aimed at the very young, the books have a button on every spread which triggers one of six sounds that each introduce a different pet.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Listen to the Animals

Author: E. Gordon Dickie M.D

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 672

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Dr. Dickie is a graduate of Stanford University and McGill Medical School. After an ObGyn residency he was stationed at a large U.S. Army Hospital in Southern Germany and drove throughout Europe which elicited a keen enthusiasm for his extensive world travels. During his medical practice in Hawaii he was also the Medical Director of the Hawaii Cancer Laboratory. Dr. Dickie has written several books, screenplays and medical articles and was the first to ski the face of the 14,000 foot volcano Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii. He now divides his time between winters in Aspen, Colorado, spring and fall in Carmel, California, and summers at his Island in Ontario, Canada. As an avid and voracious consumer on every conceivable subject he has amassed an immense collection of authoritative books in his personal library in Carmel. For the past several years he has been the CEO of the FIES Brain Research Institute.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Listen to the Animals

Author: William L. Coleman

Publisher: Bethany House Pub

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

View: 523

"There are exactly fifty-two stories in all. They are short. They are fascinating. They are full of lessons for living. They are written to be read to the little ones in your Sunday school class. Each story has a moral, a suitable Bible passage, and a cluster of questions you can use to simulate kid-level discussion to reinforce the meaning." -- cover.
Fiction

The Pets

Author: Bragi Ólafsson

Publisher: Open Letter Books

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Category: Fiction

Page: 157

View: 637

When ex-mental patient and former pet-sitter Havard arrives at the doorstep of his apartment, Emil hides under the bed to avoid him but finds himself stuck there as Havard breaks in and throws a raucous party inside.
Pets

What the Animals Tell Me

Author: Sonya Fitzpatrick

Publisher: NYLA

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Category: Pets

Page: 272

View: 129

If you could talk to your pet, what would it say to you? How do animals communicate with people? And what’s the best way for people to communicate with animals? In the pages of this insightful book, renowned pet psychic Sonya Fitpatrick teaches readers about the secrets of the animal world and how to learn the telepathic language of animals. Dogs, cats, reptiles, horses and wild animals of kinds have a story to tell. Animals have special ways of communicating, which is unfortunately often misunderstood by pet owners, leading to behavioral problems and a disconnect in what might otherwise be an inspiring and loving relationship between pet and pet owner. Through the discussion of her own telepathic powers and by sharing true stories form her clients, Sonya helps pet owners understand their pet’s thinking process, thereby uncovering the basis for many common problem: scratching, barking, soiling, chewing and many more. You’ll read about Sparky, the dog whose deliberate accidents pointed to a strong dislike of his owner’s new boyfriend or Zuki and Spika, two enigmatic iguanas that Sonya helped learn how to live together peacefully, Brass, a horse with an abusive past that threatens a positive relationship with his new owner and Magic, a cat with heart problems that were healed by Sonya’s advance techniques – plus many incredibly and true tales of lost pets found using Sonya’s telepathy. Sonya shares her seven simple steps to communicating with your pet, along with practical guides on care and feeding, emergency preparedness, illness, moving and how to introduce new pets to the household. Pick up a copy of What the Animals Tell Me and discover a wealth of joys in communicating and developing a truly copacetic relationship with your pet.
Juvenile Fiction

The Pet Sitter: Beware the Werepup and other stories

Author: Julie Sykes

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 384

View: 619

When animal lover Max sets up his pet-sitting business, he finds himself looking after some VERY unusual pets . . . Max has to contend with a werepup who can only be walked at night, a parrot whose practical jokes land them both in serious trouble, a time-travelling dormouse, and a talking cat with way too much attitude. Max's pet-sitting abilities are put to the test in these hilarious adventures. In this brilliant story collection all four The Pet Sitter books are brought together for the very first time. Prepare to meet some bizarre pets whose antics will make you laugh out loud! You'll never look at your pet in quite the same way again . . .
Pets

The Pet Sitter's Handbook

Author: Geri Laverie

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

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Category: Pets

Page: 262

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“We must remember that our clients view us as professionals and expect us to not only care for their pets but identify problems that they themselves may not notice. Knowing what to do in an unpredictable situation isn’t always an easy call.” The Pet Sitter’s Handbook is a comprehensive guide on properly taking care of your pets. Geri Laverie presents an undeniably thorough manual that ensure the safety and comfort of your pets. “Every day is an adventure with new learning experiences.” Make every single day with your pet fun and memorable as you make each of his waking moments wonderful and happy.
Juvenile Fiction

The Pet-Sitting Peril

Author: Willo Davis Roberts

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

View: 863

Pet-sitter Nick finds himself up to his ears in dogs, cats, and danger in this thrilling mystery from three-time Edgar Award–winning author Willo Davis Roberts. Nick is excited to earn money by pet-sitting for the residents of the Hillside Apartments. What could be easier than feeding cats and walking dogs? But he wasn’t expecting an Airedale twice his size…or a hissing, sharp-clawed cat named Eloise. And he’s definitely not prepared for the strange happenings at the apartment building: light bulbs that mysteriously burn out, gasoline stored near flammable materials, and two small fires. Can Nick figure out what’s really going on before it’s too late?