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on Wednesday May 15th, 2013 at 10:05 PMFinding Comfort after Losing Your Pet Are you going through the heartache of pet loss? Do you have a friend or relative who has had a pet die? Would you like to know that others understand how you are feeling? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, you are in the right place. Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals is a book and website devoted to helping you remember, mourn, and honor your beloved pet. Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals is also the title of...
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on Wednesday May 15th, 2013 at 10:01 PMSUNSHINE AUDITIONS FOR A MUSICAL Our little yellow cockatiel Sunshine has his home in the living room. Last weekend, we shared Sunshine's space while stretching out on our living room sofas and watching the movie LES MISERABLES a couple of times. We love the classic songs and story lines in this movie that started out as musical theater. Even though we covered his cage during the evening we viewed the movie, Sunshine must have been listening intently. Two days after our LES MISERABLES...
on Wednesday May 15th, 2013 at 09:57 PMNew Audio Book -- A Dog Named Leaf: The Hero from Heaven Who Saved My Life UNABRIDGED by Allen Anderson , Linda Anderson Narrated by Bob Malos A big-hearted and undeniably appealing memoir about a man and his dog. After authoring fourteen successful books that tell other people's stories about the human-animal bond, Allen Anderson is ready to tell his own story - a remarkable journey with a highly intuitive but troubled, rescued cocker spaniel who literally saved Allen's life....
on Friday March 15th, 2013 at 09:39 PMThe American Society of Journalist and Authors (ASJA) has selected A DOG NAMED LEAF by Minnesota authors Allen Anderson with Linda Anderson (Globe Pequot/Lyons Press) as one of the winners of the prestigious 2013 ASJA Awards in the Lifestyle/Memoir category. Its the story of how one man and one dog came together at exactly the right time for miracles to occur. This award is like the Academy Awards for authors in that it is given by your peers. Some of the best writers in the country...
on Saturday March 9th, 2013 at 01:20 AM
A Dog Named Leaf
"Part Marley and Me and part Jon Katz... the story is endearing,and the many photographs of Leaf running, swimming, and chasing a tennis ballin south Minneapolis are adorable."
--Laurie Hertzel, "The Browser" MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE
"A Dog Named Leaf is a beautiful story told with honesty anddepth. You'll be changed by Allen and Leaf's journey. This book will fill youwith hope."
--Peggy Frezon, Brooks Books, Peggy's Pet Place
Allen says, Thanks to a loving, intuitive,...
on Saturday March 9th, 2013 at 01:14 AM
"I've fallen in love with Leaf! I thoroughly enjoyed this story ofa cute little dog's journey from a troubled past to a loving relationship withhis new master, a relationship that carried his master through the perils ofbrain surgery. Allen Anderson has portrayed him with humor and love. The photosscattered among the pages confirm the verbal picture of him as an adorablelittle pooch.
This is a story of Leaf's abrupt abandonment by former owners, histransition into the Anderson's loving...
on Saturday March 9th, 2013 at 01:12 AM
Oh I just loved your beautiful book Allen and Linda. And of course Iam a devotee of this very handsome canine Leaf. Your story is so engaging andinspiring. Thanks for allowing others into your life on such a personal level;Im confident your story will help others in countless ways.
--Beth Faint Gedatus
"This is a wonderful book that shares the personal life strugglesand loving support between a dog and his family. Written with honesty, humor,introspection and warmth. I have purchased...
on Saturday March 9th, 2013 at 01:06 AM
An insightful exploration of love in a time of great stress, February6, 2013
By Gary Foster
This review is from: A Dog Named Leaf: The Hero from Heaven Who Saved MyLife (Paperback)
I was greatly moved by this book. It is a gutsy move to expose one'sfears and feelings in a life or death situation. Maybe because I'm a guy, I'dbe quite reluctant to reveal too much about something as scary and personal asthe author's experience, you know, stiff upper lip and all that.
The link with an abused rescue...
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