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A Cup of Comfort for Dog Lovers II
     

A Cup of Comfort for Dog Lovers II

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by Colleen Sell
 

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Everyone loves a good dog story. In this moving collection, readers will enjoy fifty great dog stories that will have them laughing and crying as they enjoy this tender and touching volume with their own dogs at their feet. Following the success of the original edition, readers will be thrilled with this follow-up edition. In it, they will find new stories that are

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Everyone loves a good dog story. In this moving collection, readers will enjoy fifty great dog stories that will have them laughing and crying as they enjoy this tender and touching volume with their own dogs at their feet. Following the success of the original edition, readers will be thrilled with this follow-up edition. In it, they will find new stories that are just waiting to be discovered and adored—from a new puppy bringing renewed energy into his elderly owner’s home to a walk down memory lane for a visit with a dog who made her owner’s childhood an adventure. This story collection will bring love, joy, and a sense of companionship into every reader’s heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440514234
Publisher:
Adams Media
Publication date:
05/18/2009
Series:
Cup of Comfort Series
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
336
File size:
877 KB

Meet the Author

Colleen Sell (Eugene, OR) has compiled and edited more than twenty-five volumes of the Cup of Comfort book series. A veteran writer and editor, she has authored, ghostwritten, or edited more than a hundred books and served as editor-in-chief of two award-winning magazines.

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Cup of Comfort for Dog Lovers II 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Quintal More than 1 year ago
This book has some very poignant and some enlightening material in it. I love big dogs, and the story about the two Newfoundlands, No Job Training Required, was scary at first and then made me really think about dogs' instincts. The stories are a little bit longer than most Chicken Soup stories so there is more background.