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BookBark Review: Dewey’s Christmas at the Library

Dewey’s Christmas at the Library By Vicki Myron and Bret Witter By now everyone’s heard of Dewey.  Right.     Right?  If you haven’t I suggest you pick yourself up a copy of the book Dewey the Library Cat. I listened to … Continue reading

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BookBark Review: Walking Wisdom Three Generations, Two Dogs, and the Search for a Happy Life

This book starts out in a way I cannot disagree with- Gotham discusses his absolute obsession with getting a dog when he was younger. His parents relent and he gets an awesome dog. The dog is wonderful, affects everyone in … Continue reading

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Book spotlight

Not a bookbark review because, well, it’s not that kind of book per se. But it is a book, and I want to take a second to highlight it. I really really think that this is an invaluable resource for … Continue reading

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BookBark Review: Dog Years by Mark Doty

Dog Years by Mark Doty (Click the book cover above to visit Doty’s website about the book and see more pics of Beau and Arden) “To choose to live with a dog is to agree to participate in a long … Continue reading

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BookBark Review! Emily and Einstein

Synopsis: Emily Barlow looses her husband. The husband is given a second chance to redeem himself by being placed in the body of Einstein the dog, who inadvertently also caused his death (a point that was sadly not discussed by … Continue reading

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BookBark Review!

Love Is The Best Medicine by Dr. Nick Trout. Have you heard of Dr. Nick Trout? Me either, but I look forward to reading more of his books. He has two others that I know of “Tell Me Where it … Continue reading

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Cesar’s Way: The Natural, Everyday Guide to Understanding and Correcting Common Dog Problems

I’m giving this book five stars (something I don’t often do) not because I agree with everything Cesar Millan says (I don’t, I can’t honestly say I’ll do everything he says either) but because any book that causes you to … Continue reading

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