Hallelujah's Canine Chorus

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Author House, Nov 8, 2012 - Humor - 158 pages
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This book is “co-authored” by eighteen dogs, all of whom have lived with the author at one time or another. The dogs lend a unique perspective into their behaviors, adventures, illnesses, accidents and humorus episodes. Animal lovers will appreciate their mindset and the knowledge that all of their stories are true. The “chorus” in this book touts the theme of helping animals in need to achieve safe and loving homes. In direct correlation to this endeavor, it has been necessary to adjust pricing of this book higher than normal in order to accommodate productions expenses and have funds left over to donate to some of the many rescue groups and no-kill shelters. Your understanding is greatly appreciated. To begin with, donations will be made to these local and national groups: Horse Creek Wildlife Foundation (no-kill preserve), The Street Dog Foundation (a rescue group), The Mid-South Spay and Neuter Clinic (a low-cost facility), the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Rachel Ray’s Rescue.
 

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Contents

PRISSEY
1
BENTLY
6
BUTLER
6
BENZ
6
DINO
6
PEARCE
6
XKE
6
MISS WALLY
6
CHARLIE
6
SAPPHIRE
15
KINGFISH
23
AMAZING
29
GRACE
37
GLORY
45
HALLELUJAH
53
AMEN
61

SINATRA
6
PAVORATTI
6
MUM
69
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About the author (2012)

Jean Morrow Faulkner grew up in Memphis, Tennesee. She attended the Univeristy of Tennessee Knoxville where she majored in journalism. While in Knoxville, she worked as a freelance photographer and writer for Associated Press, United Press International and several local newspapers. Returning to Memphis in the mid-eighties, she began a new career in floral design, eventually owning her own florist for eleven years. She continued her love of writing and photography and has now combined them with her love of animals. It is her sincere hope this book will lend support to many animals in need.

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