A Beagle's Tale: none

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AuthorHouse, Nov 11, 2008 - Pets - 152 pages
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This is a tale about Keeper. A Beagle puppy, who was abandoned by his owners in an unfamiliar place and then rescued by a caring family. After taking him in, they showed him love and compassion with which he was not familiar. Keeper's new family tried very hard to reunite him with his original owners, but they could not be found. With the help of a little patience and encouragement, Keeper learned many new things. He eventually, became a permanent member of the family. Through Keeper's boundless adventures, this story teaches children about the need to take responsibilities seriously, no matter of your age. Children also learn that it takes patience to achieve great results.


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My autobiographical note,

I was born in a large city,but grew up in a small town in Poland. I attended all levels of my schooling there, including the pursuit of my degree in the field of Pedagogy. My college education was put into good use during my time working in an orphanage. I met my husband at a summer camp in Poland. We finished our education and were married in 1980. We left Poland in October 1981 because of the impending martial law. We lived in Austria for 13 months, and that's where our first daughter was born. In November of 1982, we moved to the United States, to a small town, Hendersonville, NC. It felt like home from the day we arrived, because we received a warm welcome and immediate support from members of our sponsor, St. James Episcopal Church. These church members, 26 years ago, are our dearest friends today. This is where our second daughter was born. We raised our daughters in Hendersonville, where my husband started his own business. I had the opportunity to keep working with young children, first at St. James School for Little Folks, and then in a Head Start Program. We now live in a house surrounded with enough land to accommodate our menagerie of “extra family members”- our horses, dogs, cats, and ducks. Being born in very industrial environment, I used to have dreams of open, green fields with horses roaming around. It seems, I am living my dream.

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