Oops Doggy Dog

Author: Deborah Gregory
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497677262
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Oops Doggy Dog from the Author: Deborah Gregory. It seems like Galleria and the Cheetah Girls have been waiting forever to record the demo tape that’s going to set the music industry on fire. They were all set to go last month, but then an accident put one girl on crutches and the Cheetahs’ dreams on ice. Once they’re all walking again, the Cheetahs set a date with their producer—but a four-legged problem is about to derail their plans. Galleria’s next-door neighbor has a pregnant dog, and she insists that Galleria’s pooch Toto is the father. This puppy paternity problem takes up all of Galleria’s attention, and the other Cheetahs start to fear that if they ever do get into the studio, their lead singer won’t be able to do anything but howl.

Oops Doggy Dog

Author: Deborah Gregory
Publisher: Perfection Learning
ISBN: 9780756927110
Size: 39.55 MB
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Oops Doggy Dog from the Author: Deborah Gregory. Cheetah Girls series #13.

Cheetah Girls Off The Hook

Author: Deborah Gregory
Publisher: Jump At The Sun
ISBN: 9780786856541
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Cheetah Girls Off The Hook from the Author: Deborah Gregory. The Civil War is at an end, but for thirteen-year-old Eulinda, it is no time to rejoice. Her younger brother Zeke was sold away, her older brother Neddy joined the Northern war effort, and her master will not acknowledge that Eulinda is his daughter. Her mettle is additionally tested when she realizes her brother Neddy might be buried in the now-closed Andersonville Prison where soldiers were kept in torturous conditions. With the help of Clara Barton, the eventual founder of the Red Cross, Eulinda must find a way to let go of the skeletons from her past.

Dog Shaming

Author: Pascale Lemire
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0753550172
Size: 57.81 MB
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Dog Shaming from the Author: Pascale Lemire. Our dogs are our best friends. They are always happy to see us. They comfort us in our times of need. They also eat our shoes, stain our carpets, and embarrass us in front of our guests. Based on the runaway web phenomenon, Dog Shaming features hilarious and adorable photos of petulant pups accompanied by notes detailing their misdeeds: waking sleeping babies, eating vomit, chasing postmen, unplugging alarm clocks, peeing on stuff, etc. So share in the shaming and laugh through your frustration as Dog Shaming reminds us that unconditional love goes both ways.

Exploring Culturally Diverse Literature For Children And Adolescents

Author: Darwin L. Henderson
Publisher: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 9780205366408
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Exploring Culturally Diverse Literature For Children And Adolescents from the Author: Darwin L. Henderson. This collection of original essays concentrates on the meaning of cultural aesthetics in children's and adolescent literature and uniquely tackles the particular issues teachers face today. Discusses beginning literary patterns of a particular group, stereotypic representations of American cultures, imagery in American adolescent and children's literature, and issues of literary inclusion. Theory and practice come together throughout the three sections of the text.

An Annotated Bibliography And Reference List Of Musical Fiction

ISBN: 9780773461581
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An Annotated Bibliography And Reference List Of Musical Fiction from the Author: . Since the earliest civilizations, a connection has existed between music and the literary arts. From the Old Testament and ancient Greek poets to the great operatic masterpieces of the nineteenth century, music and words have forged an inseparable bond. This relationship is not only seen in musical genres but in a prolific output of novels for adults and children that contain musical themes, characters, and/or settings. This book is the result of many years of research into fiction that has this musical connection. Focusing on novels mainly from the twentieth century, this volume contains an extensive annotated list featuring works for adult, young adult and juvenile audiences and also represents a wide range of musical genre from classical to jazz to rap. Following the annotations, this book provides a comprehensive listing of all titles sorted by reading level and by musical genres to assist librarians, educators, and readers in finding the precise book for a given need or interest.

Historical Dictionary Of Popular Music

Author: Norman Abjorensen
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1538102153
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Historical Dictionary Of Popular Music from the Author: Norman Abjorensen. This book seeks to trace the rise of popular music, identify its key figures and track the origins and development of its multiple genres and styles, all the while seeking to establish historical context. It is, fundamentally, a ready reference guide to the broad field of popular music over the past two centuries. It has become a truism that popular music, so pervasive in the modern world, constitutes a soundtrack to our lives – a constant though changing presence as we cross thresholds and grow from children to teenagers to adults. But it has become more than a soundtrack; it has become a narrative. Not just an accompaniment to our daily lives but incorporating our lives, our sense of identity, our lived experiences, into it. We have become part of the music just as the music has become part of us. The Historical Dictionary of Popular Music contains a chronology, an introduction, an appendix, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 1000 cross-referenced entries on major figures across genres, definitions of genres, technical innovations and surveys of countries and regions. This book is an excellent resource for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about popular music.

Moose The Worry Mutt Goes To Doggie Daycare

Author: Jaime Crowley
Publisher: Brown Books Kids
ISBN: 9781612549095
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Moose The Worry Mutt Goes To Doggie Daycare from the Author: Jaime Crowley. From Worrier to Warrior with Mighty Moose Moose, a lovable chocolate lab with an enthusiasm for tennis balls, bones, and all things squirrel, is a chronic worrier. On his first day at doggie daycare, Moose feels butterflies in his belly when he thinks about the endless worries that Fret the Flea whispers into his floppy brown ear. What if Moose can't run as fast as the other dogs? What if his parents forget to pick him up? A hero emerges in the form of Mighty Moose, the brave rival to meddlesome Fret. With Mighty Moose's help, Moose returns to doggie daycare and learns to face his fears and run with the big dogs. Moose the Worry Mutt Goes to Doggie Daycare is a lighthearted picture book with both popular appeal and therapeutic benefits. Moose's experiences are a model of healthy strategies for managing anxiety, while the book's bright illustrations and lovable characters make this a tale that kids are sure to enjoy time and time again.

That Doggy In The Window

Author: Jaye Watson
Publisher: Uncial Press
ISBN: 1601741014
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That Doggy In The Window from the Author: Jaye Watson. Emaline Banister fancies herself a sleuth because she helped her favorite cop, Harry Jordan, solve a bizarre murder case. But Harry's out of town on special assignment, one so dangerous he can't tell her where, or when he'll be back. When two of her friends lose their beloved dogs to what seems to be an epidemic of canine heart attacks, she starts wondering if more than coincidence is at work. After all, chasing a serial killer, even if the victims are dogs, is better than sitting home and worrying about a man she might or might not be in love with. Isn't it?

Losing Their Seeds

Author: Eric Berry
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462845940
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Losing Their Seeds from the Author: Eric Berry. From author Eric Arden Berry comes Adventures of Timmy and Cheri: Book 2 Losing Their Seeds, an engaging read that follows Timmy, Cheri, and friends as they embark on an adventure of a lifetime to save the world's plant life. Someone or something has stolen the Secret Sacred Magic Seeds that control the world's plant life and if they are not found and returned to the keepers by sunset, the entire world's plant will die forever and ever. Will they be able to fulfill this important mission? Readers can find out in this fanciful mystery-adventure thriller. It begins in a dream where Lola, the Angel of Marbles, and Lolo, the Angel of grapes, have tasked Timmy with the search for the missing seeds. The angels have given Timmy the gift of language again, allowing him to talk with and understand all life on Earth, to aid him in the search. Timmy, his sister Cheri, and his cousin Caleb, known as the "Force of Cousins," team up with a colorful array of pets and wildlife to find the seeds. As they search throughout the day, Earth's plant life gradually begins to die off, causing great confusion around the world. Can the Force of Cousins and friends find the seeds in time to save the world's plant life? A unique, fast-paced mystery adventure thriller, Adventures of Timmy and Cheri: Book 2 Losing Their Seeds will keep readers guessing all the way to sunset stirring their imagination and interest. Book I Adventures of Timmy and Cheri