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The Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries (9 Book Series)
From Book 1: Suzy Chandler, along with her best friend and business partner, Josie, own and operate the Thousand Islands Doggy Inn, a place they created to provide dogs with the things they deserve; which is the best of everything. One morning while fishing, they hook a really big one; the dead body of a rich candy magnate who owns an island in the area. They also find Chloe, an Australian Shepherd puppy, swimming nearby and frantically trying to survive the trauma of being thrown overboard in the middle of the night.

A fast-paced and funny mystery unfolds that affectionately focuses on dogs, food, and the natural beauty of the Thousand Islands region as Suzy and Josie embark on a mission to protect Chloe as well as figure out who killed the candy magnate. And as the list of suspects grows, and the victims pile up, they find themselves dealing with a unique cast of characters and wondering if they just might be the next target.

The Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries, in Suzy and Josie, features two of the smartest and funniest lead female protagonists to hit the cozy mystery scene in a very long time, and their affection for food and boundless love and devotion to their dogs puts this new series in the Don’t Miss category.

The Case of the Abandoned Aussie gets this fresh alphabet series off to a great start, and B.R. Snow promises that readers are in for a long, wild, and highly entertaining ride as the series moves forward.
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Easy-Growing Gardening Series (6 Book Series)
From Book 1: At last, help for home food gardeners. The simple, month-by-month layout of Don’t Throw in the Trowel will help gardeners grow a bounty of vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Grow luscious tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, melons, and more, and enjoy all the fresh produce (and give the surplus to family and friends) that your garden grows using these easy tips. Don’t Throw in the Trowel: A Month-by-Month Vegetable Gardening Guide is a fun read for every locavore who wants to cart tomatoes out of the garden by the wagonful.

Even if you’ve never been a farmer or a gardener before, this vegetable gardening book covers everything you need to know to get started. Here you can find specific information about starting seeds, transplanting, mulching, organic fertilizers, dealing with pest and disease problems, compost, and of course, information about different vegetables and helpful advice on how to grow them. You can also find information about square foot gardening, beneficial insects (and insect pests), easy ways to keep weeds down, and ways to extent the growing season into the winter months using cold frames and floating row covers.

What’s more, the methods used in this book are those to save time (and your poor back and joints). Gardening can hurt sometimes – as the author can attest after having been felled by a bad back during her horticulturing days. This book is full of ways to keep you from ending up the way she did. Many organic methods actually help make gardening easier. For instance, putting down a thick layer of mulch early in the year helps you keep weeds down, reduce watering, add organic matter to the soil, and keep the plants cool in the summer heat. Grow heirloom vegetables for a reliable, colorful crop – and you can keep using the seeds from these plants years after year.

Most of all, this book also leads you on a month-by-month tour of the vegetable garden, so you can keep up with what needs to be done this month – and look ahead so you can be ready for next month.

It’s always good to grow your own vegetables, especially with concerns about how far grocery store produce is shipped, concerns about the environment, and concerns about the future. But there’s also a new understanding of how good it is to get outside and work with plants, and how delicious those first sun-warmed tomatoes are, and how good a newly-picked strawberry tastes, and how astonished your toddler is when she pulls up her first carrot. There’s nothing on earth that can beat that.

Review: "What a delightful read this is! This lady certainly knows her onions! There is a wealth of practical knowledge to be had in this book. Not having kept a veggie garden for a number of years, It both reminded things I already knew and informed me of many things I didn't. It is an ideal guide for both new-comers to the gardening world, as well as established gardeners." -- Ty from Wales
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The Magoo Who Series (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: Goo was a street cat. He was born blind. Somehow, he managed to survive for two years on the rough streets of South Philadelphia before being rescued by the PSPCA and taken to their shelter. Be transported back in time to find out the events surrounding Goo's birth, and live with him through the two 'lost years'. Remember, it's not the size of the cat in the fight, but the size of the fight in the cat. Goo's fight is enormous. This is his story.
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Best Pets For Kids (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: “Written in language any young reader can easily understand. Lots of information!”
- Amazon reviewer Graham in his 5-star review of the first book in this series, I Want A Leopard Gecko.

If You Really, Really Want a Pet Lizard, This Is The Book For You!
There are some reptiles that make great pets, and here is one of the best – the colourful and interesting leopard gecko. This is the first book to buy if you’re considering this ‘first pet.’

Little leos don’t need a lot of attention or care. Kids as young as eight or nine can easily care for a pet leopard gecko, with just a bit of parental help. And here’s the chapter book that tells young readers ages 8 to 12 (or grades 3 to 7) just what it’s like to have a pet leo.

Readers learn:
  • Why leopard geckos make great pets

  • Who will love having a little leo, and why

  • Where and how to buy a leopard gecko

  • What to look for to be sure you get a healthy pet

  • What geckos eat – and should you never, ever feed them

  • What your gecko wants and needs in his or her new home

  • Surprising and fascinating things that only geckos can do

  • How to tame your gecko

  • Answers to the questions parents ask about having a pet gecko

  • SPECIAL CHAPTER – What to name your pet leopard gecko
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Copic Coloring Guide (4 Book Series)
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Some of the highest-quality art markers on the market, Copic markers continue to grow in popularity for paper crafters, and this informative and instructional book assists crafters of all levels in mastering Copic coloring skills. In addition to an explanation of the color-coding system, suggestions for compatible inks and papers to use, and step-by-step tutorials on the most popular coloring techniques, this go-to resource also includes a variety of eye-catching card designs to inspire enthusiastic card makers. Projects include Raven Thanks, Quite a Catch, Me Love You, Friends Forever, To the Moon and Back, Apples in a Chintz Bowl, and Home Sweet Home.
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Home Improvement Solutions (3 Book Series)
From Book 1: This is the first book in our Home Solutions series. We will be covering a wide range of home improvement topics in each book. Whether you are a new home owner, have owned a home for years or just love home repair topics, these books will give you an in-depth explanation of many common home improvement projects and will help you maintain and complete projects around your home. We give our recommendations of products we like, top rated companies and items every homeowner should have in their tool bag. You will learn routines that you should do every year and we have provided checklists to make it easier for you to remember. Each book in the series will cover fifteen unique topics for each book.
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The Cat Rescue Diaries (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Thousands of years ago, a cat purred, and humans listened. We were fascinated. Today, we're still fascinated by the purr, but in many cases, we've let our feline companions down. There are millions of homeless and hungry cats. These are but a few of the stories of the lucky ones, rescued from bad situations and given a place on easy street.

You'll be inspired, you'll be awed, and you'll say "awww" over stories about cats like these:

Ms. Sammy, the cat delivered to her "furever" home by the coroner.
Lima, the kitty with a horribly infected tail, but who never stopped purring in appreciation of her human's efforts to help her get well.
Hanuko, the rescue with two human mommies.

From tales of cats rescued from a warehouse, a barn, and even a coffee can, to heartwarming stories of feline determination and human compassion, every story in The Cat Rescue Diaries is evidence of what happens when good people seek out the purr and find their "purrfect" feline match.
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Growing Organic Vegetables at Home (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Ready to start a new garden? Looking forward to enjoying your own organic tomatoes, corn, squash, lettuce, potatoes, green beans, peppers, and more? There's only one problem so far: you've never done this before. If you're a first-time gardener or have more plans than know-how, then read on. This short book will show you all you need to know to start your own organic vegetable garden at home.

Contents include:

Introduction: Getting a Fast Start on a Sustainable Garden

1. Choosing the Best Spot for Your Garden
Sunlight, warmth, soil quality, drainage, vegetables from the shade

2. How to Transform a Lawn or Yard Space
What is lush, green, and beautiful? Grow some veggies in your yard!

3. Planning and Measuring the Beds
Using your space, linear and artistic beds, planning the width and length, pathways

4. Digging Up the Soil with a Sharp Shovel
Sharpening your shovel or spade, how to dig through the sod and till your soil

5. Making Garden Beds and Improving Your Soil
Improving your soil with organic matter, building your soil's health

6. Determining How Much Organic Matter You'll Need
Converting to three dimensions, mixing in soil amendments, forming your beds

7. Testing Your Soil's pH and Fertility
Conducting your own evaluation, getting a professional test, or skipping it

8. Layered Composting
An affordable way to create some rich garden soil, a.k.a. lasagna garden beds

9. Vertical Growing
When space is tight, here are some tips to help you grow vegetables vertically

10. How to Start a Garden on a Patio or Hard Surface
Stone patios, concrete walkways, and hard rooftops are great places for gardens

11. Making Raised Beds (Just About) Anywhere
The most productive way to grow vegetables...almost anywhere!

12. How to Start a Productive Container Garden
You can grow lots of vegetables in any sized space

13. Watering Systems for Lazy Gardeners
If you have a busy life and not enough time to garden, this will help

14. Where to Go From Here
Next comes the fun part, which is covered in VOLUME 2

How do you turn your lawn into a fertile garden bed? How do you start a container garden on your patio? What are the advantages of a raised bed? How do you avoid the simple mistakes that have doomed so many other beginning gardeners?

Most importantly, how can you get the greatest possible production of delicious organic vegetables from your garden?

This short book will show you how to start a new vegetable garden with a minimum investment of time, effort, and expense. You will learn how to grow delicious and nutritious organic vegetables in any sized space, from a large yard to a small area on your balcony, patio, rooftop, driveway, or deck. VOLUME 1 will take you through each step toward creating extremely productive, sustainable garden beds and container gardens. VOLUME 2 will explain how to plant and care for your vegetables, also introducing you to 12 Simple Vegetables You Can Grow at Home. Together, the two volumes in this book are a full guide for beginners who are ready to grow some food at home.

You may wonder how you can spare the time for gardening if you have a job, family, pets, or other obligations. Even if you have a busy life, you will learn how to grow a terrific garden with very little effort.

Your time is precious. This book will help you get off to a fast start with your new garden, which you can create in just a few hours.
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Cat Facts, The Series (26 Book Series)
From Book 1: CHAPTER "A" from CAT FACTS! Your Quick Tips Source

More than 86 million pet cats today are kept in forty-five million U.S. households. Now, from one of the most trusted cat care authors of the last twenty-five years comes the definitive reference for adopting, keeping, and maintaining a healthy, happy cat.

CAT FACTS, THE SERIES offers economical mouse-size sections to make it easy to choose only the specific cat-centric information you need. CHAPTER A (#1) provides these detailed topic entries covering what to do, home care, vet care and more:

Abscess, Acne, Acupuncture, Administer Medication, Adoption, Affection, Aggression, Allergies (fleas, food, inhalant), Aloofness, Amputation, Anal Gland Problems, Anaphylaxis, Anemia, Anesthetic, Anorexia, Antifreeze, Aromatherapy, Arrhythmia, Arthritis, Artificial Respiration, Aspirin Toxicity, and Asthma.

This section addresses many kitty questions: How do I choose the right cat? What holistic help and preventive care should I give? Why do cats act the way they do, and what cat behavior indicates illness? What constitutes an emergency, and how/when can I safely treat my cat with home care and first aid? In addition to the gorgeous full color pictures and illustrations alongside the alphabetical "A" list, you'll find:

Charts that list symptoms for a particular condition, the corresponding home care or first aid, the comparative veterinarian and holistic treatments, and preventive advice

A symptoms/conditions table that helps you identify what ailments might be bothering your cat

Breed-At-A-Glance chart to compare personality, looks, care challenges and other issues when choosing your pedigreed cat

Contact information for dozens of cat organizations and veterinary resources

Economical, accessible and comprehensive, CAT FACTS, THE SERIES can be used with ease and trust. And doesn't your cat deserve the very best?

(CAT FACTS, THE SERIES consists of excerpted chapter & appendices from CAT FACTS: The Pet Parent's A-to-Z Home Care Encyclopedia)
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Bittersweet Farm (15 Book Series)
From Book 1: Last junior year. As the chance to qualify for the equitation finals seems increasingly more elusive at Bittersweet Farm, will the new trainer be the catalyst for success?
Lockie Malone finds that each sister is difficult in her own way and hurting for her own reasons. Talia can’t place over her sister and has been forcing herself to try. Greer is desperate for approval she can’t get.
With problems of his own, Lockie is committed to the job he was hired to do, but quickly realizes that teaching the young women how to ride isn’t nearly as important as teaching them how to live.
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