Susie and Shadow: The New House

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AuthorHouse, Jul 27, 2011 - Humor - 28 pages
If you were a dog, and for one day you could do anything you wanted, what would you do? In 2012 Hurricane Sandy made life miserable for many people, even for those far away from the coast. Torrential downpour and driving winds pummelled anyone who was brave- or foolhardy enough to go outside, yet two dogs in a house on a quiet street wanted nothing more than to go for a walk. Relentlessly, the humans in rubber boots and dressed for the weather braved the elements so the two dogs could have their walk. The dogs barely noticed the sixty mile an hour winds, if anything they enjoyed it; the ball (thrown in the wind) flew for hundreds of yards, the game of fetch more exciting then ever. As the tired out soaking-wet dogs walked home after an afternoon of fun we had to wonder what they would have done had they the chance to take themselves for a walk.

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About the author (2011)

Norbert Reichert lives in Ilderton, Ontario with his son Avery and their two dogs; Susie and Shadow. An avid nature and animal lover, he found Susie in an animal shelter the same week Shadow the puppy came to live with him; life was never the same again. Despite having a major dislike for school and avoiding all school work like the plague in his younger days (Which he regretted right after) the hilarity of everyday life with two dogs compelled him to do something he never believed he would- regret not paying more attention in school when he should have learned proper spelling and grammar. After learn some new skills he put their adventures on paper, the sories too good not to re-tell, even if a little exaggerated. His career as an author started with the events that led to Susie And Shadow; the New House, when the two nosy dogs got into all sort of mischief they could get into, then into the hearts of their new family, and anyone who would hear their tale.

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