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Todd McCray, hero of A Dog Named Christmas, is now twenty-four years old and working at a local animal shelter, where he meets and quickly becomes best friends with Laura, a young volunteer. Laura, like Todd, has disabilities of her own, but her struggles are more physical than developmental. Their friendship is sealed when Todd—with the help of his trusted companion, the tenacious Labrador retriever named Christmas—trains a beautiful dog named Gracie to help Laura with the day-to-day life tasks that are difficult for her.
Life seems good for Todd, but all is not well in his hometown. Struggling families unable to make ends meet are abandoning more and more dogs, and the shelter is swelling to capacity. The local government is struggling to meet its obligations too, and in early December, on the cusp of another holiday season, Todd’s boss delivers the bad news. Due to funding problems, the shelter will close its doors before the end of the year. What will happen to all the animals?
As the Christmas holiday approaches, Todd has limited time to find homes for all the dogs. Not to mention that he needs to secure a new job and figure out what to do when his friendship with Laura takes an unexpected romantic turn. All this seems overwhelming unless you’ve got a loving family, dedicated friends, and a couple of very special dogs behind you. In which case, nothing is impossible.
Author: Greg Kincaid
Frustrated by plants that fail to thrive, Ruth Kassinger sets out to understand the basics of botany in order to become a better gardener. She retraces the progress of the first botanists who banished myths and misunderstandings and discovered that flowers have sex, leaves eat air, roots choose their food, and hormones make morning glories climb fence posts. She also visits modern gardens, farms, and labs to discover the science behind extraordinary plants such as 1-ton pumpkins, a truly black petunia, a biofuel grass that grows 12 feet tall, and the world's only photosynthesizing animal. Transferring her insights to her own garden, she nurtures a "cocktail" tree that bears five kinds of fruit, cures a Buddha's Hand plant with beneficial fungi, and gets a tree to text her when it's thirsty.
Intertwining personal anecdote, accessible science, and untold history, the ever-engaging author takes us on an eye-opening journey into her garden … and yours.
Author: Ruth Kassinger
"Where Should I Live When I Retire?" clearly shows you the advantages and disadvantages of continuing-care communities. You'll learn whatt to look for, what to steer clear of, what you have a right to expect, how you can understand contracts, and how you can best make the transistion when you move.
Author: Bernice Hunt
Inspirational and lavishly illustrated, this guide reveals the secrets to adding old-world charm and character to any home … even newly constructed houses. From heirloom furniture to classic window treatments, ideas abound for creating a beautiful rustic effect. Add simple architectural details such as crown molding. Or try paint techniques like crackling, mosaics and staining to keep a new house from seeming too new. Gorgeous photographs show what's possible with a wide variety of homes.
Author: Leslie Linsley
Stories and poems about working border collies, sheep, family and life on the land. For anybody who loves and works with border collies and sheep will read this beautifully written classic over and over.
Author: T Yamamoto
While unpacking boxes of old family books recently, Elizabeth Gilbert rediscovered a dusty, yellowed hardcover called At Home on the Range, originally written by her great-grandmother, Margaret Yardley Potter. Having only been peripherally aware of the volume, Gilbert dug in with some curiosity, and soon found that she had stumbled upon a book far ahead of its time. Part scholar and part crusader for a more open food conversation, Potter espoused the importance of farmer's markets and ethnic food (Italian, Jewish, and German), derided preservatives and culinary shortcuts, and generally celebrated a devotion to epicurean adventures. Reading this practical and humorous cookbook, it's not hard to see that Gilbert inherited her great-grandmother's love of food and her warm, infectious prose.
Author: Elizabeth Gilbert
A lighthearted A-to-Z encyclopedia of farm lore, Barnyard Confidential covers everything you need to know about living in the country, from courting to dealing with manure, root picking to rat catching, winter chores to tractor restoration, hay mows to outhouses … anything and everything related to farm life. Entries from well-known country authors like E. B. White, Gwen Petersen, Roger Welsch and Patricia Penton Leimbach range from funny definitions to full stories and are illustrated throughout with a charming mix of fun, nostalgic, black-and-white photos and illustrations. These stories are both humorous and practical and will remind you why you often have a love-hate relationship with rural living. Before you move to the country (or even if you already live there), learn all the secrets to success from Barnyard Confidential.
Featured authors include: Eric Sloane, Roger Welsch, Gwen Petersen, Ben Logan, Jim Heynen, Bob Artley, Marjorie Myers Douglas, Hamlin Garland, E. B. White, Jerry Stelmok, Louis Bromfield, Bob Becker, William Hazlett Upson, Patricia Penton Leimbach, Jerry L. Twedt, Michael Perry, Willa Cather, Jerry Apps, Josh Billings, Michael Dregni, Jared Van Wagenen Jr., Hugh Orchard, Dorothy Canfield, Virginia Bell Dabney, Tom Anderson, Ronald Jager, Margret Aldrich, Bill Vossler, and Gordon Green.
Author: Melinda Keefe
When Rainy Gorden, a Harvey tour guide in New Mexico, hears of the theft of some Hopi artifacts, she soon finds that the man she loves sees her as the prime suspect. All the evidence points to her ... and time is running out to prove her innocence.
Author: Tracie Peterson
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Every occasion in the South comes with its own essential menu, and they’re all here in this collection of time-honored favorites. These recipes are proven to comfort and satisfy your family and the people who may as well be kin. Whether the occasion is a holiday gathering, a garden party, or one of life’s unexpected events, food is the common denominator in the South.
There’s a recipe here for every situation in which a Southerner may find herself. From book clubs to baby showers, all of life’s occasions big and small can be perfectly complemented by certain flavors, and authors Patsy Caldwell and Amy Lyles Wilson know them all. You’ll enjoy their familiar stories of traditions in Dixie along the way, and no doubt pick up a new idea or two for ways to celebrate Southern culture, nourish your loved ones, and make new memories.
Author: Patsy Caldwell
This book compares four mainstream green building styles, including: Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs), Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs), Advanced Framing, and Earth Shelters. Also included are case studies and story problems for deciding which renewable energy systems work best for specific areas.
Author: Adam D. Bearup
Safer® Brand is the leader in finding natural and organic solutions for lawn and garden products. Safer® products are certified compliant by OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) so you can feel confident you are using a safe alternative solution to keep your plants pest-free.
Safer® Brand Caterpillar Killer with B.T. 8 oz. Concentrate solution naturally kills caterpillars and leaf-eating worms. It will not harm beneficial insects or children or pets. The caterpillar or worm ingests the Dipel® and immediately stops feeding. They then die within a few days. Your lawn or garden will be caterpillar-free all year long!
The 8 oz. concentrate bottle makes up to 8 gallons of solution!
Read all directions on bottle label.
Apply this product in late afternoon or on cloudy days as B.T. breaks down in direct sunlight.
We recommend you test each plant for sensitivity. Spray a small section of plan and wait 24 hours before applying fully.
Apply product when caterpillars or worms are first noticed and repeat as necessary every 7 to 10 days.
Continue to monitor treated areas as eggs can hatch over an extended period of time.
Apply 2 to 3 ounces per 50 feet of rows planted.
For full instructions on use, please click on the PDF link.
Active Ingredients: Dipel® (bacillus thuringiensis va Kurstaki) -- 1.76%
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By demonstrating that all cooking breaks down to five simple procedures, Chef on Fire enables you to look at any recipe and instantly grasp the technique involved in it's cooking, the time it will take to prepare, and all the equipment needed. Each chapter includes an overview of a technique, which foods are appropriate for a technique, and approximately 25 recipes applying the technique. By juxtaposing various ethnic and regional recipes in each chapter, Joseph Carey demonstrates that applying the same five techniques consistently makes good food in every culture.
Author: Joseph Carey
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