A Dog’s Life by Ann M. Martin

A-Dogs-Life-Ann-M-MartinSquirrel was born into a world where she was taught to fear humans, embrace smelly, mouthwatering garbage, and essentially, to survive. Over the years, each of these initial beliefs morphed, as she lived the experiences of the many types of dogs. The abused dog. The lonely dog. The loved dog. Follow Squirrel’s journey as she sniffs her way along the path of survival. This book is a true keeper for all ages and all dog lovers, who yearn a book simply about a dog’s life. Enjoy!

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The Four-Story Mistake by Elizabeth Enright

766146The Four-Story Mistake is my warm blanket on a crisp day, my hot soup on the sore throat, and my massage on tight muscles. Join Randy, Rush, Mona, and Oliver on their amiable experience of life at various ages. The book begins with diverse opinions by the kids when their father announces they are moving to the country. Some unwilling, others thrilled, they are all amazed when they first view their new enormous home deep in the beautiful woods, parallel to a clear burbling brook. Cherish the memories this book strings together like beads of a relatable childhood. I recommend this book to all ages. It’s funny, unique, and definitely a classic in my personal library of favorites.