Husband, Wife, Boykin Spaniel

For Boykin Spaniel Dog Fans

Author: Wowpooch Press

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Page: 122

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A humorous covered notebook for people who loves the special dog breed. The cover of this journal is dedicated for those people who don't care what others think of them. They only care about what their dog thinks. Our designers want to show true respect for this cute dog breed lovers. By this cover, we tried to show our true love and affection for this nice puppies. 120 blank wide lined white pages Duo sided wide ruled sheets Perfect sturdy matte softbound cover 6" x 9" dimensions; we consider it one of the perfect size for your purse, desk, backpack, school, home or work You can feel free to use this as a notebook, journal, diary or composition book for school and works Perfectly suited for taking notes, writing, organizing, lists, journaling and brainstorming Can be a perfect gift for adults and kids for any gift giving occasion Designed in USA

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Parenthood

101 Heartwarming and Humorous Stories about the Joys of Raising Children of All Ages

Author: Jack Canfield

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Self-Help

Page: 400

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The 101 stories in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Parenthood will touch your heart, make you laugh, and remind you why there is no better job than being a parent! Parenting – it’s a tough job, but also the best. Filled with anecdotes and advice from parents raising children of all ages, this book will uplift, inspire, and encourage you. Other parents, just like you, share their personal stories about all the joys, and the trials, of raising children.

Field & Stream

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Page: 112

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Field & Stream

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Page: 112

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Boykin Spaniel Hair Is My Glitter

Funny Cool Boykin Spaniel Dog Journal | Great Awesome Workbook (Notebook | Diary | Planner) - 8. 5x11-120 Blank Quad Paper Pages - Cute Gift for Boykin Spaniel Dogs (Puppy) Owners,Moms,Mothers, Enthusiasts, Fans, Lovers

Author: Hannah Mieroe

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Page: 120

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Boykin Spaniel Hair Is My Glitter Notebook (Journal | Workbook | Planner | Diary | Diaries |Schoolbook | University) 120 quad paper pages - 8.5x11 - glossy cover The cover on the journal shows a lovely sweet quote and is perfect and fantastic for all Boykin Spaniel moms, mothers, owners and Enthusiasts, Fans, Lovers who love their beautiful new dog or puppy from the bottom of their heart. This journal makes a perfect unique gift for birthdays or christmas (anniversary) e.g. for your best friend or a family member (mom, mother, sister, aunt, wife, husband, dad etc). Make a statement by buying this wonderful workbook for school, university or as a planner for your workplace. 120 pages 8.5x11 blank quad paper pages glossy cover

Life Lessons

Writings From The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The Florida State University

Author: OLLI at FSU

Publisher: iUniverse

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Category: Literary Collections

Page: 320

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One of Tallahassee's richest cultural entities, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at FSU, has collected here an anthology of mostly true and some fictional stories and poems, all rich, warm and seasoned. You get tales: bird dogs sprayed yellow and sulfurous; a white girl walking dusty red clay Georgia back roads and meeting her first black woman alone; an offbeat mom zanier than Lucille Ball; a magical memory with hooting owls echoing across a Suwannee River of the past; the chilling monologue of an old man set on his last revenge. In a poem, the narrator talks about finding an old friend on line with whom she tests recipes “for rescue and disaster.” What's not to love about a renaissance of words from a generation which has navigated its way through one world war, the cheery ‘50s, change-happy ‘60s, groovy ‘70s, greedy ‘80s, rich ‘90s, and into the next century? They have plenty to show us here. Mary Jane Ryals Poet Laureate of the Big Bend Tallahassee, Florida

Vow of the Hunter

Author: Jeni Hoppe Allred

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Category: Fiction

Page: 264

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The author has been the proprietor of a beauty salon for the past fifty years, supplying her with ample material to venture into her first writing adventure. Hair stylist was not her chosen career, but because divorced with three small children, having a God given talent in this field, with schooling of course, providence led her in this direction. For the first ten years her salon, with the assistance of two other hair stylists was operated in the city of Fall River, Ma. Remarrying after eleven years and giving birth to two more boys her beauty salon was now relocated to a small coastal town in Rhode Island, known as Little Compton. In the fall of 1964 she and her family moved into a brand new home with the beauty salon located on the north side of the house. Her dream had become real. Now, the sole operator, with children traipsing in and out, and the clients, evidently, loving every minute of it. Retirement has given her the opportunity to share with you these unique and unusual, true tales that are imbedded in her memory's diary. Stories about summer people, people of wealth, and the down right ordinary people all intermingling in the same beauty salon. After all is said and done, even though it was not her choice of careers, she wouldn't change it one iota.

Southern Psycho Tales

Author: Bruce Strauch

Publisher: Parkway Pub

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Category: Fiction

Page: 172

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Southern Psycho Tales is a collection of twisted and gut-bashingly funny stories of Southern madness and mayhem. The tiny alligator brain sitting on top of your spinal column knows too well that any of them could be true. Worse, they could happen to you ... if you're below the Mason-Dixon Line.

Lammie Pie, Private Eye

Author: Barbara Beard

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Category: Pets

Page: 24

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South Carolina hunters first bred the Boykin spaniel during the 1900s to provide the ideal dog for hunting. They needed a small dog compactly built for boat travel and retrieving. L. W. (Whit) Boykin (18611932), a planter and sportsman, lived in the Boykin community just outside of Camden, South Carolina. He, along with his relatives, the Canteys, experimented with many breeds to resolve the problems posed by carrying large dogs in their boats. With selective breeding and a little luck, Whit developed a small multipurpose retriever now known as the Boykin spaniel. This little friend is called the dog that doesnt rock the boat. The Boykin spaniel is the state dog of South Carolina.

Spaniels

Loyal Hunting Companions

Author: Tammy Gagne

Publisher: Capstone

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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"Describes the history, care, and training of spaniels used for hunting"--Provided by publisher.

The Genetic Strand

Exploring a Family History Through DNA

Author: Edward Ball

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 265

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Chronicles the author's personal experience with DNA testing and research into his own family, in an anecdotal study that traces his genealogical investigation into his paternal ancestry.

The Twelve Dice of Christmas

Author: Gail Oust

Publisher: Beyond The Page

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Category: Fiction

Page: 140

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Welcome to Serenity Cove, a peaceful Southern communitywhere the residents like to play dice, play golf and, when foul play moves in, play detective. With Christmas fast approaching, Kate McCall and her dice-playing friends get into the holiday spirit by agreeing to help the elderly Eula Mae Snow decorate her home, even when it means sorting through a veritable blizzard of the older woman’s knickknacks. Intent on doing a good deed and digging up a bright collection of seasonal decorations, Kate is stopped dead in her tracks when instead she discovers the skeleton of a man showing clear signs of foul play. Many in Serenity Cove thought that Waylon Snow had run off and left town—and Eula Mae—more than two decades earlier. But with the appearance of his skeleton and a whole host of clues pointing to Eula Mae as the murderer, Kate will have to put her sleuthing skills to work to figure out who could have committed the evil deed. Determined to clear Eula Mae’s name, Kate knows she’ll have to solve the coldest of cold cases to track down the culprit before the holidays really go south . . . Includes tasty holiday recipes!