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Blessed Be The Animals By Karen Borch
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A joyful presentation,celebrating sanctity of all life especially animals.A tribute to all animals.A celebration of their existence,a call to honor them in life and in death. Grieving, emotional... More > and psychological effects after loss of a beloved animal. Coping with an animal’s death, with positive ideas, inspiration, importance of rituals and remembrance ceremonies. Making coffins and gravestones,how important animals are in our lives, how much they contribute to our happiness and longevity. How deeply our lives are connected with our animals and what gifts they are. Included, heart-warming true stories, photographs and art work about remarkable animals, their contributions, and how their lives held great and lasting meaning.< Less
Shadow of Death By Jennifer Lewis
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An Australian tree change murder mystery. When the small community of Bindiwatha is isolated by the bridge collapsing, tensions rise between neighbours resulting in the murder of the local tyrant.... More > Ruth “Roo” Davis is spending a peaceful weekend at home with her grandsons. When they attempt to rescue their pet guinea pigs from Harry “Bully” Bullivant’s vegetable garden, they discover Bully’s body - struck from behind with a heavy garden hoe whilst he knelt over the cat he had been burying. Roo, aided by her guileless gossip gathering grandsons, copes with the shock of finding Bully's body by visiting her neighbours and discreetly investigating the events leading up to the murder. As Roo makes her way around the community of eccentrics, retirees, uptight professionals, loners and animal rescuers, she gradually pieces together a sequence of events, histories and alibis leading to the discovery of Bully’s killer, the fate of several missing pets, and a deeper understanding of her neighbours.< Less
Shadow of Death By Jennifer Lewis
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An Australian tree change murder mystery. When the small community of Bindiwatha is isolated by the bridge collapsing, tensions rise between neighbours resulting in the murder of the local... More > tyrant. Ruth “Roo” Davis is spending a peaceful weekend at home with her grandsons. When they attempt to rescue their pet guinea pigs from Harry “Bully” Bullivant’s vegetable garden, they discover Bully’s body - struck from behind with a heavy garden hoe whilst he knelt over the cat he had been burying. Roo, aided by her guileless gossip gathering grandsons, copes with the shock of finding Bully's body by visiting her neighbours and discreetly investigating the events leading up to the murder. As Roo makes her way around the community of eccentrics, retirees, uptight professionals, loners and animal rescuers, she gradually pieces together a sequence of events, histories and alibis leading to the discovery of Bully’s killer, the fate of several missing pets, and a deeper understanding of her neighbours.< Less
Pet Heaven By Debra Fleischauer
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A short story to help adults explain the loss of a pet. Where they went and what they are doing.
Deer Dia... a journey through the circle of life By William Marlette
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Everyone deals with life and death in different ways. This pictorial paints a beautiful metaphor for that very topic. The reader is guided through the daily observations of a forest animal named... More > Dia. She has a deep and profound insight into the daily happenings of her surrounding world. The end is just the beginning.< Less
Sophie's Tree By Melissa Nowosielski & Taylor Nowosielski
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Sophie's Tree is a true story about a young girl who is trying to find her own way of dealing with the death of her bestfriend, Sophie (an English bulldog). A remarkable and inspiring story that is... More > sure to move anybody that has a warming heart.< Less
Letters to Pushkin By Sharon Discorfano
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The collection of letters written by Sharon Discorfano in the weeks after Pushkin’s passing, and the inspiration behind the web site LettersToPushkin.com. After the death of her beloved beagle... More > Pushkin, Sharon decided to write a letter each day to him during the season of Lent. The collection of letters begins on Ash Wednesday — just a few weeks after his passing — and finishes on Easter Sunday. During these weeks of grieving, Sharon reaches out to different perspectives on death and life by drawing on literature and philosophy, personal experiences, and the people and animals around her. Meanwhile, life is still happening — people are visiting, events are unfolding, and decisions have to be made. In the process, life takes some surprising new directions. Share the journey and the hope that it brings.< Less
Losing A Loved One By Marsha L Fuller
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Pets give us one thing we almost never get from the people in our lives - unconditional love. Unconditional love makes us feel special, secure, loved, and valued. Losing that love can create a deep... More > sense of loss, depression, and confusion. We know that it is impossible to get through life without feeling grief at some point. Yet, we wonder why losing a pet is so painful. Buy this booklet for yourself, or as a gift for a friend, co-worker, or family member who has lost an animal companion.< Less
The Old Man By Tom Townsend
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A short story about an old man trying to cope with loneliness after his wife's death. And finding hope in a stray dog. All proceeds will be donated to the Maryland SPCA.
Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: Effects and Adaptation By U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Increases of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), rising temperatures, and altered precipitation patterns will affect agricultural productivity. Increases in temperature coupled with more variable... More > precipitation will reduce productivity of crops, and these effects will outweigh the benefits of increasing carbon dioxide. Effects will vary among annual and perennial crops, and regions of the United States; however, all production systems will be affected to some degree by climate change. Agricultural systems depend upon reliable water sources, and the pattern and potential magnitude of precipitation changes is not well understood, thus adding considerable uncertainty to assessment efforts. Livestock production systems are vulnerable to temperature stresses. An animal’s ability to adjust its metabolic rate to cope with temperature extremes can lead to reduced productivity and in extreme cases death.< Less

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