Cassie's story continues as she settles down in her new home and begins to feel more confident about life. She goes to visit all sorts of places and takes part in many different, interesting activities - from outdoor agility to a dog's fancy dress party. She is even invited to become a 'reading dog' at a primary school. Cassie is determined to do her best to understand this strange new world she has come to live in. The love between Cassie and her 'mum' shines through the story. People who usually struggle with books have persevered to the end with Cassie's story and found it very rewarding.
Tailored for dyslexic readers but can be read by anyone.
Emma and Alex have had nothing to eat all day and there is no food in the kitchen or the store cupboard. Their mother has no money to buy food and all that she can do is pray that somehow, someone will send them something to eat. But in the morning something is scratching at the door and the children go out to investigate.
Find out who or what it is and discover how God has answered the families' prayers. Read other stories too about flying bread, Martha's Raven and the Stolen Sleigh. You will find out about how God cares for us and about how Children can believe in him.
Scriptural references are taken from the King James Version of the Bible and the questions are based on this. Suitable for 7-12 year olds.
A laugh out loud story about etiquette. Can Daphne, a charming witch, change Harry from a messy, mannerless mutt into a polished pooch?
Discover the outbound sales process that, in just a few years, helped add $100 million in recurring revenue to Salesforce, almost doubling their enterprise growth...with zero cold calls.
When The Oatmeal.com posted his comic My Dog: The Paradox, which is a loving ode to his dog, Rambo, the comic took off in a blaze of retweets (15,000+) and Facebook likes (586,000+) and was shared over 25,000 times on Facebook within days. The Oatmeal.com now presents this endearing tribute as a very special hardcover gift book for fans to give and to keep for themselves.
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