America's animal shelters are run by local government. They are terribly inefficient, costly and kill four million animals yearly. When shelters who are supposed to shelter our animals, do just the opposite and kill half the community pets that enter their doors something is terribly wrong. Read Rescue Renew Rehome and you will be inspired with the possibilities to save our homeless pets.Learn 20 ways to save more our animals now: and learn how to set up private animal adoption shelters and community pet Villages across America to save all 4 million every year going forward. Also, You will read the story of Shiva the 911 Dog that consoled survivors at the Pentagon, and the stories of Ruby and Sweet Pea who were Rescued Renewed and Rehomed. This book will also show you how working together we will end the needless killing every year of 4 million homeless pets. You will learn about the new Green Shelters and Green Villages, where pet owners come together as a community to care for, adopt and celebrate our pets. You will learn about "Cause Marketing..". think Breast Cancer Runs and Ice Bucket Challenge and how Animal Shelters and Rescue Groups will learn to use it to raise the money they need to adopt all dogs and cats. You will learn about America's $58 Billion dollar Pet Industry and how it will help end the euthanization of healthy and happy shelter animals. This is a game changing, break through book you must read. You will be buying copies for your animal loving friends, family and for your local Animal Shelter and Rescue Groups as well
My Broke AZZ Paid CASH for my house and I made it into a Home. This book is not my opinion on how to buy a house. This book is not about how to get rich buying real estate. This book is not about flipping houses. This is not that type of book. This book is about how I brought my 1st bank foreclosure house for CASH. This book is about why I brought my 2nd cash house. There is no need to give details on the 3rd cash house because then I would only be bragging on my blessings and this is not that type of book. This book is based on what I actually did and that makes this information facts and not my opinion. How you can do it to.
ELINORE PRUITT STEWART (1876-1933) caused a literary sensation in 1914 when her Letters of a Woman Homesteader was published. A self-educated pioneer in southwest Wyoming, she wrote letters to keep her mind busy amidst the hard physical labor of carving a home out of wilderness, and to keep her friendships fresh in that remote place In this followup of the next year, Stewart's missives are short stories in themselves, letters written about events in the summer and fall of 1914 and intended for later publication, as those of her first collection were not. The joy of Stewart's writing is in the perceptive eye she turns on her neighbors and their fortunes and misfortunes: scraping up money to buy a coffin and tombstone for a beloved mother, digging wells for thirsty horses, making bonnets and kitchen curtainHIS036041s to beautify a harsh environment, rekindling a romance between a couple long estranged, and more. A classic of pioneer life, this delightful book continues to enthrall readers today, nearly a century as it was written.
This book will provide you with concise informative guides to avoid the pitfalls and misleading marketing when purchasing a telescope or other beginner astronomy equipment for yourself or others. This is NOT a buyer's guide for specific makes and models of equipment because such guides become quickly outdated and useless. This book will teach you how to determine for yourself what equipment best suites your needs. The misleading marketing of some telescopes is so bad that in my opinion it is even more flagrant than the marketing of "snake oil" alternative medicine products. But at least you won't be spending your health care money on beginner telescopes (that comes later after you are more involved in the hobby). With some products you can trust that a name-brand version is a good choice, even if you know very little about the product.. Unfortunately, that is no help with beginner scopes. Strangely, a large number of high end professional telescope companies make junk toy telescopes and use misleading marketing and advertising for these scopes. The aim of this book is to be a short, concise guide to becoming not only an educated consumer when shopping for a first telescope, but also to make sure you are not disappointed with your first experiences using an amateur telescope.
"Going Home" is a light-hearted comedy about a family vacation across the U.S. in the early 1960s. The Sacramento Bee called it "a gentle journey down memory lane...'Going Home' shows us where we belong."
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