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Kemo

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When Amy's dad brings home Kemo, a Husky puppy, Amy knows immediately that they are going to be best friends. What Amy doesn't realize, however, is that Kemo's friendship and love will help her as she navigates the wondrous and treacherous world of growing up - with its stupid cousins, mean old neighbors, magic hugging trees, incomprehensible math problems and the grief that accompanies the inevitable loss of loved ones.
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Overview

When Amy's dad brings home Kemo, a Husky puppy, Amy knows immediately that they are going to be best friends. What Amy doesn't realize, however, is that Kemo's friendship and love will help her as she navigates the wondrous and treacherous world of growing up - with its stupid cousins, mean old neighbors, magic hugging trees, incomprehensible math problems and the grief that accompanies the inevitable loss of loved ones.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466288706
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/15/2011
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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JAMES DAY - James William Day is a companion animal veterinarian who has been practicing in Glendale, Arizona since 1984. He has owned and operated his own practice since 1985 and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Growing up in Phoenix, Arizona, his parents brought home his first dog at the age of six months, and by the time he graduated from High School, his home was refuge to fifteen dogs and cats. He spent seven years in Fort Collins, Colorado, until he graduated from veterinary school and returned to Arizona for practice. A year before graduation, he was introduced to his wife, Angela, who was swayed in his favor after hearing several stories about all of those dogs and cats back home. They are parents of three daughters,one of who co-authored this work.While he has written many educational pamphlets, this is his first collaboration in storytelling.

KIA HELLMAN - Kia Hellman is a writer, actor and animal lover who lives in Los Angeles.
ANNA SAPP - Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Anna Sapp was raised by her charitable mother and hard working, Veterinarian father. She spent several summers, weekends and holidays working in her dad's clinic. Growing up, animals were always a constant and integral part of her life, as were books. She spends almost every free moment reading. Anna graduated with Honors from the University of Arizona, met her husband that summer whom she would marry that December, and began her career as a teacher that fall. She taught for three years, including one year of Language Arts for students with Learning Disabilities, and now spends her days raising her two beautiful and active children.

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  • Posted December 7, 2011

    AN INCREDIBLE BOOK!!!

    With laughs and tears accompanied by my childhood memories and many thoughts about my own life journey, I have finished reading ¿Kemo¿. What a profound experience! The story has so much truth in it that it can¿t leave one untouched. It makes us feel, think and helps us heal our own hearts. And I can¿t say enough about how important the messages in the book I find are. Through the story, we follow Amy ¿ a wonderful and insightful girl. We experience her unbearable bitterness of the loss of her loved ones and go through her difficult journey yet to come to the culmination, which is a true celebration of Life and courage to live it and which honors humanity as well as our beloved pets. Losing the one we love is terrifying even as a slightest thought. And yet it is a part of our reality. The story addresses this fearsome subject to give us hope and strength and shows us that the real honor we give to those we love that passed away is through our own continuing with life and making the best of it because that¿s what our beloved ones would have wanted for us! And they will always live through each of our own expressions. The book is overflowing with love and real life magic; with messages of staying true to our hearts and savoring each moment we are so lucky to experience. It is also a story about a true friendship that sometimes comes from somebody we might not even expect! This book is really for everybody a child, adolescent, adult or wiser;) I know that everyone will benefit and enjoy!

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