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To Dance with the White Dog

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On the 25th anniversary of its first publication, here is the definitive edition of the book Archbishop Desmond Tutu called a hauntingly beautiful story about love, family, and relationships, now with a new preface from the author. Sam Peeks beloved wife of fifty-seven years, Cora, has died. His children are anxious. No one knows how Sam will survive. How can this elderly man live alone? How can he run a farm? How can he keep driving his dilapidated truck down to the fields where he cares for a few rows of pecan trees? When Sam begins telling his children about a dog that is white as a fresh-fallen snow but who is invisible to everyone else, well, his children are sure that grief and old age have finally overcome their father. But whether the dog is real or not, Sam Peek, one of the smartest men in the South when it comes to trees, outsmarts everyone. Sam and the White Dog dance from the pages of this bittersweet novel and straight into the readers heart as the two share the mystery of life and begin together a warm and moving final rite of passage as life draws to a close.
Author: Terry Kay
Published by Rosetta Books on 06/13/2011
Book details: 196 pages.

Dancing Dogs

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No one brings to life the remarkable bond between humans and their dogs like New York Times bestselling author Jon Katz. He has warmed our spirits with enchanting tales and keen observations of his animal menagerie—the dogs, sheep, chickens, and other residents of Bedlam Farm. Now, Katz is back with what he does best in his first collection of short stories, Dancing Dogs. With his signature insight and gift for storytelling, Katz shares sixteen stories about one of life’s most unique relationships: In the title story, a housekeeper loses her job, but discovers her four-legged “children” have some toe-tapping talents that just may get the whole family back on its feet. In “Puppy Commando,” a shy grade-school outcast forges an instant connection with a beagle puppy she meets at a shelter—and risks everything to keep him. “Gracie’s Last Walk” features a woman who must find a way to say goodbye to her beloved golden retriever—but ends up saying hello to someone unexpected. “The Dog Who Kept Men Away” shows that not all humans pass the “sniff” test when it comes to canines, who possess an excellent judge of character. And in “Guardian Angel,” a widower going through a painful transition finds the greatest comfort in the unlikeliest of sources—a funny-looking pug named Gus. Whether sitting, staying, and rolling over, in the barnyard, shelters, or home, sweet, home, the creatures in Dancing Dogs are genuinely inspiring and utterly memorable. Praise for Dancing Dogs “Funny, keenly observed short stories illuminating the bond between man and his best friend.”—People “Jon Katz writes with passion and humor about the connections between animals and humans. . . . Animal lovers are sure to want to add this book to their collection.”—Examiner.com “Katz’s stories, sometimes warm and sometimes funny, are smooth, light reads that are easy to pick up and enjoy and will appeal to dog lovers everywhere.”—Booklist “Insightful, moving . . . a tissue-box-worthy collection of animal tales.”—Kirkus Reviews “[A] heartwarming book.”—The Dallas Morning News From the Hardcover edition.
Author: Jon Katz
Published by Ballantine Books on 09/25/2012
Book details: 256 pages.

Dogs Don't Do Ballet

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My dog is not like other dogs. He doesn't do dog stuff like weeing on lampposts, or scratching his fleas, or drinking out of the toilet. No, my dog likes music and moonlight and walking on his tiptoes. You see, my dog doesn't think he's a dog. My dog thinks he's a ballerina! A fabulous feel-good book about a small dog with a big personality and even bigger dreams.
Author: Anna Kemp
Published by Simon and Schuster on 08/04/2011
Book details: 32 pages.

Dilly Dog's Dizzy Dancing

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Teacher Alpha Betty demonstrates new ways of dancing to Dilly Dog so that Dilly can continue to dance without creating mishaps.
Published by Lerner Publishing Group on 01/01/2010
Book details: 32 pages.

To Dance with the White Dog

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On the 25th anniversary of its first publication, here is the definitive edition of the book Archbishop Desmond Tutu called a hauntingly beautiful story about love, family, and relationships, now with a new preface from the author. Sam Peeks beloved wife of fifty-seven years, Cora, has died. His children are anxious. No one knows how Sam will survive. How can this elderly man live alone? How can he run a farm? How can he keep driving his dilapidated truck down to the fields where he cares for a few rows of pecan trees? When Sam begins telling his children about a dog that is white as a fresh-fallen snow but who is invisible to everyone else, well, his children are sure that grief and old age have finally overcome their father. But whether the dog is real or not, Sam Peek, one of the smartest men in the South when it comes to trees, outsmarts everyone. Sam and the White Dog dance from the pages of this bittersweet novel and straight into the readers heart as the two share the mystery of life and begin together a warm and moving final rite of passage as life draws to a close.
Author: Terry Kay
Published by Rosetta Books on 06/13/2011
Book details: 196 pages.

Native American Dance Steps

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This well-researched book provides details of the varied steps Native American groups have used to express ideas — from skips, jumps, and hop steps, to an Indian form of the pas de bourrée.
Published by Courier Corporation on 06/08/2012
Book details: 112 pages.

Playing With Your Dog

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The first things we learn are learnt through playing - it’s the same for your dog. Dogs love to play, it’s how they learn to survive, build relationships and bond with their owners. For dogs, their enthusiasm for play never stops; they love new games and challenges throughout their lifetime. Playing with your dog, even for just ten minutes, provides much needed mental and physical stimulation, allows your dog to use his natural behaviours in a positive way and boost your pet’s cognitive skills. Playing With Your Dog is packed with game ideas and tricks that test your dog’s problem solving skills, has suggestions for making your own dog toys, as well as top tips on ensuring playtime stays safe. As our four-legged friends are playful throughout their lives, this book provides game ideas for every stage of your pet’s life, from pup to pensioner. Playing With Your Dog is a must have read for all dog owners who want a smarter, fitter and happier dog.
Author: Hanne Grice
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 10/05/2010
Book details: 56 pages.

The Indians' Book

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Published on 03/21/2019
Book details: 570 pages.

The Assiniboine

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Published on 03/21/2019
Book details: 1 pages.

Tibetan Sacred Dance

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Explores the significance and symbolism of the sacred and secular ritual dances of Tibetan Buddhism, with lavish color and rare historic photographs depicting the dances, costumes, and masks. Original.
Published by Inner Traditions / Bear & Co on 12/01/2002
Book details: 192 pages.
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