This book contains instructions for how to make a number of realistic dogs, using needlefelt techniques. Gai Button's clear step-by-step techniques are easy to follow, showing the reader how to make identifiable model dogs in a variety of pedigree breeds. The projects build on particular needlefelt techniques so that by the time you have finished the final dog, you will be able to apply the techniques to creating your own needlefelt designs.
A special illustrated edition of Black Dog by bestselling storytelling legend, Neil Gaiman. This American Gods world novella will thrill Games of Thrones devotees and Terry Pratchett fans alike. Illustrations by celebrated artist Daniel Egnéus. 'Original, engrossing, and endlessly entertaining' George R.R Martin on American Gods 'It followed me home,' he said, conversationally. In a rural northern village, legend tells of a ghostly black dog that appears from the darkness before you die. Shadow Moon has been on the road a while now but he can't walk any further tonight, not with the rain lashing down. Gratefully, he heads home with a nice English couple, who offer a box room, hot whisky and local tales. But when the man collapses en route, Shadow realises that something about this place has been left untold. Something ancient, something within the very walls of the village. Something shadowing them all.
Based on the True-life Adventures of the World War II K-9 Hero
Author: Nancy West
Pubpsher: hero dog publications
Category: Animal heroes
Chips. a husky-shepherd-collie mix is a curious and carefree dog until the news arrives that Japanses warplanes have boobed Pearl Harbor. Suddenly Chip's comfortable life, and the lives of everyone he knows in his peaceful village are changed forever. Follow Chips as he is enlisted in Dogs for Defense and joins the first war dog detachment to be shipped overseas into some for the fiercest fighting of the Second World War. A fictional account based on the true-life adventures of the most highly decorated canine hero from World War II. Chips: The War Dog is a timeless story about the importance of home, friendship, and loyalty during one of the most challenging times in America's history.
What goes on in dog shows, even those as well covered by the media as Crufts, is a mystery to many people. It certainly was to Detective Chief Superintendent Grant but, fortunately, not to his former CID colleague, now transferred to Fraud, who is diverted to a suspicious death of a human; no animals are harmed in this book! at just such a Show. That the deaths took place before the public was admitted helped to limit the list of suspects; that all of them were engrossed in their own dogs activities and keen to move onto the next competition once over, provided a testing time scale. Find the killer by closing time became a challenge in itself. You dont have to be a dog lover to enjoy this tale of intrigue, jealousies and fierce competition, set in the crowded, busy and colourful day of a national dog show. Just like the good Manager Trott, whose efficient organisation is imperilled by the police procedure and the nuisance of an unwanted corpse on the premises he controls, join Inspector Simon Yale as he strives to deduce a clear picture of what happened amid the hurly-burly of breed judging, agility excitement, and a furious fly-ball final.
Release on 2018-10-29 | by Igor V. Zaitsev,Kaier Curtin,Edward Ahern,Rachel Anne Parsons,Laura Manuelidis,Travis Stephens,Gordon Stumpo,Aaron Laughlin,Andrew Lafleche,Natalie Kaia Christiansen,Simon Tertychniy
Journal of Literature and Art
Author: Igor V. Zaitsev,Kaier Curtin,Edward Ahern,Rachel Anne Parsons,Laura Manuelidis,Travis Stephens,Gordon Stumpo,Aaron Laughlin,Andrew Lafleche,Natalie Kaia Christiansen,Simon Tertychniy
Pubpsher: Night Picnic Press LLC
Night Picnic is a bilingual journal of literature and art which publishes work in both English and Russian. This issue begins with the novella Sauerkraut Yankee by Kaier Curtin. The protagonist is a German-American teenager who stowed away on a cattle boat bound for war-torn Europe. Not only does he have threatening adventures at sea, but also has many others in British-occupied Germany and England. The novella Чёрточрев (Democorp) by Igor V. Zaitsev takes place in Moscow where a man gets possessed by a demon which creates terrifying chaos. Mysticism and phantasmagoria are tightly bound together in the plot of this novella, as well as in the short stories following the novellas. The pieces of prose are very different in style and genre and the only thing that they have in common is the warning sign: buckle up! Deep in our journal the reader will find the pearls of our first issue – poetry of different ranges and form. Unbound by a particular theme, they will intrigue, enchant, beguile and even scare you. Authors & Titles: Kaier Curtin, Sauerkraut Yankee (novella) Igor V. Zaitsev, Democorp (novella) Edward Ahern, The Hunter’s Moon (short story) Igor V. Zaitsev, Disappearance of Time (short story) Rachel Anne Parsons, Open Window (poem) Laura Manuelidis, The Play Never Ending & other poems Travis Stephens, Burn the Journals & other poems Gordon Stumpo, Rose Colored Sky & Empty School Hall (poetry) Aaron Laughlin, Expression’s Veil (poem) Andrew Lafleche, incisor (poem) Natalie Kaia Christiansen, Sunrays Think They’re So Special (poem) Simon Tertychniy, Foe (poem) Igor V. Zaitsev, My corpus tristis & other poems
" Merlin, a blind-from-birth Sheltie rescues his young friend after the pup falls into a rushing creek. Captain, a miniature mule, is a master escape artist. A cat and a Sheltie combine their litters and share feeding and babysitting duties. My off-and-on telepathic ability alerts me to injured animals. The Sheltie, Country Bumpkin and a large mama skunk become best friends. Ahltair, an Arabian stallion has an imaginary playmate that bites him. Our familys story unfolds as the humor, triumphs and tragedies of many unique animals lives are told."