Critters of Mossy Creek: Book 7, the Mossy Creek Hometown Series

Critters of Mossy Creek: Book 7, the Mossy Creek Hometown Series


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Critters of Mossy Creek: Book 7, the Mossy Creek Hometown Series by Deborah Smith, Sandra Chastain, Debra Dixon, Martha Crockett

Springtime brings thoughts of love to people all over the world, and Creekites are no exception. Although love to Creekites isn't necessarily romantic. Take, for example, how they feel about their pets. Dogs, cats, birds, and fish take center stage as we once again see how the Southern half lives. Your favorites are back and in just as much trouble as ever. Amos and Ida are still circling each other's wagons. Sandy Crane has a little Faith. Jayne Reynolds emerges from widowhood to take a long lingering look at Mossy Creek's Bubba Rice. Ed Bailey and his beloved dog Possum, Lil Ida Hamilton, Peggy Caldwell and others will make you laugh and cry at human and animal antics. Cat heists. Fish ponds. Bird nappings. Don't miss the fun with Critters of Mossy Creek!

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ISBN-13: 9780984125821
Publisher: BelleBooks
Publication date: 09/28/2009
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

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Critters of Mossy Creek: Book 7, the Mossy Creek Hometown Series 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The Creekites of Mossy Creek, Georgia love their small town, but even more so their beloved pets. Some of the animals are the significant others of humans even married couples. The Naked Bean coffee and bakery shop owner Jayne adopts a Cairn terrier as her mouser to hunt mice when Emma the cat proves to be a watcher only. An elderly canine escorts an orphaned newborn dog to a child. The Widow Peggy tries to find the jewel thief using a cam only to find insider feline thievery. Pets even lower blood pressure by a human adopting a mom and her kitten. There are others who bring joy to the residents such as the Parrot who sings and dances (if Ed Sullivan was alive) and then there are humans who bring nurturing and love to animals like the Eagle Scout who saved ironically the eagle. This is just another moment in the human-animal love affair of Mossy Creek that adds to why the small town of 1700 is special; if you don't believe me, ask Mayor Ida Hamilton or better yet read the books for a slice of rural southern life. Similar in tone as the previous Mossy Creek anecdotal tales, CRITTERS OF MOSSY CREEK focuses on the human-animal relationships of the residents as the people get more from the unrequited love and loyalty of their pets. Fans of the saga and pet lovers will fully appreciate the latest entry as all is well in Mossy Creek for a large part due to the animal population. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this whole series and hope there is more to come! The characters have so much personality and being written by different authors really gives them a special uniqueness - it works!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sorry nooks about to die. Gtgtg
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Padded in, sitting down and watching, both curious and slightly uninterested.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The bedtime room is white with fifty cribs and chaning tables and fifty toys. One for each crib.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ceremonies-becoming an apprentice or warrior or med cat or deputy or leader. Also if the leader (Mosstar) has something to tell the clan
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pads to his den
BernieMcCarthy More than 1 year ago
The Mossy Creek series is just about the most exceptional and inspirational series I have ever encountered! I love them all! I even look for other books like them so I can continue that warm feeling I remember growing up that these books reflect...I cannot recommend them more...truly wonderful books!
C-Andy More than 1 year ago
After I read rhe first Mossy Creek story, i thought this series would be an awesome read aloud story among a group of women friends, or maybe a healing friend inthe hospital. A big thank you to all of the authors involved..