The Jewel Collar

The Jewel Collar

by Christine Karol Roberts
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The Jewel Collar by Christine Karol Roberts

The Jewel Collar is the story of a Champion Maltese dog, Aristotle. Aristotle has many friends in the beach house garden, including the squirrels, doves, possums, ducks and sparrows. His Mommy comes home one day shortly before Christmas and tells him that they will be moving away from the beach house so she can be closer to the Courthouse and train station. Ari is very sad at the thought of leaving his garden friends at the beach. His Mommy is worried about him at the new home so she gives him one of his Christmas gifts early -- a Jewel Collar. Ari decides that if he shares his jewels with the garden friends he will make new friends. He makes many new friends and they decide to call themselves the Garden Friends Club. On Christmas morning they decorate a Christmas tree in the garden, placing the jewels Ari had given them on the tree. They promise to share the jewels with new visitors to the garden so they won't feel lonely and to place the jewels on the Christmas tree each and every year. The lesson is that a child moving to a new home can make new friends by sharing and friendship. The Jewel Collar children's picture book is suitable for children ages 4-8 for reading and younger children will enjoy the 67 brilliant color pictures while the story is being read to them. It is the first book in the Garden Friends Club Series, followed by Hannah the Hummingbird, the second book, with additional books to follow.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011178085
Publisher: Christine Karol Roberts
Publication date: 01/16/2011
Series: Garden Friends Club , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB
Age Range: 5 - 13 Years

About the Author

Christine Karol Roberts is the sole proprietor of an Intellectual Property Law Boutique, Law Offices of Christine Karol Roberts, located in Orange County, California. Graduating from the University of Texas and The Southern Methodist University School of Law in Dallas, she established her law firm in 1985. Her firm specializes in trademark and copyright litigation and prosecution, US and foreign, high profile litigation, sports law, licensing and technology transfers, right of publicity, complex litigation, Internet and domain name issues, and general corporate representation, both in California and in federal and state courts around the US. She has litigated many high profile cases including those involving the Major League Baseball Players Association, The NFL, The Cleveland Browns, The World Boxing Council, Upper Deck, Score, and Leaf. She recently settled a design patent infringement case against Deckers (UGG boots) in federal court in the Central District of California.She is an avid tennis player, enjoys swimming, skiing, traveling, reading and gardening. She has been involved in many charitable organizations in Orange County, California. A highlight of her personal life has been caring for her first Maltese, Aristotle, and his little brother, Alexander.The Jewel Collar is her debut children's novel. Hannah the Hummingbird, the second in the Garden Friends Club Series, following The Jewel Collar, has also been published. She is currently working on a legal thriller, License to Die For, and several new children's picture books. She is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.

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Jewel Collar 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a lovely children's book that is also enjoyable for adults.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful Kids book!  Our 3 yr old LOVED it.  She keeps asking if she can meet the birdies!  I love how it flows and "makes you feel like you are actually in the storybook".  Great Job Author!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a must read. I highly recommend this book to all ages of life especially children. It gives you the life of a wonderful dog named Ari. He has so many friends in the neighborhood. It teaches the balance between nature and all pets and friends. This book is a keeper and a must for all for their collection. I found the book to be truly satisfying and great reading.
Vickee1 More than 1 year ago
Yes, This is a good book. Good print and text. Easy to read. There are good photos. Pets, cats and dogs have unique personalities also. Niice for children to read and adults can enjoy reading along with their children, friends and other people.