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Four Paws from Heaven Gift Edition Inspirational Stories for Dog Lovers by M. R. Wells, Kris Young, Connie Fleishauer

Four Paws from Heaven Gift Edition Inspirational Stories for Dog Lovers

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Four Paws from Heaven Gift Edition Inspirational Stories for Dog Lovers by M. R. Wells, Kris Young, Connie Fleishauer

Three gifted writers and one internationally acclaimed animal photographer combine their talents in this heartwarming, encouraging collection of short stories and inspirational lessons every dog lover should own. Rachael Hale's photographs capture the true heart and nature of man's beloved best friend. Authors Wells, Young, and Fleishauer delight readers with their very own true-to-life, tail-wagging pet stories, reflections on God's loving-kindness, and encouragement to live each day obedient to the call of faith. Pet lovers will jump at the chance to learn from their furry, four-pawed friends! They'll yip about the amazing photos and yap about them with their friends. Best of all, they will be inspired to stay loyal to the Master. Truly a dog lover's companion, this gift book is sure to fetch a smile.

About the Author

M.R. Wells has authored or coauthored six previous devotional books for pet lovers. She has alsowritten extensively for children's animated television and video programming, including several Disney shows, the animated PBS series Adventures from The Book of Virtues, and the action video series Bibleman. She shares her Southern California home with the puppies and kitties she adores: Becca, Marley, Mica, Bo, Bonbon, and Brandi. Connect with her Kris Young has worked as a screenwriter for more than 20 years and currently teaches screenwriting at the L.A. Film Studies Center and UCLA. He lives in the foothills of Southern California with his wife, Celine, and son, Skye. Connie Fleishauer is a retired teacher and writer and enjoys filmmaking. She is the wife of a California farmer, a mother of three, a mother-in-law of two, and a grandma of one. Currently she and her husband care for Stuart, a Welsh corgi, and Squitchey, a little rescued dog. Rachael Hale is a group of photographers of the world's most lovable animals. From calendars to fashion accessories, from coffee table books to school bags, from apparel to stationery, their products are available in more than 60 countries. Established in New Zealand in 1995, Rachael Hale is now a global brand success story, loved by millions around the world and regularly receiving international acclaim.

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Publication date

1st June 2008


M. R. Wells, Kris Young, Connie Fleishauer

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Harvest House Publishers,U.S.


32 pages




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