When Briggs, a Boston terrier, is stolen from his family's deck and shoved into a waiting car, a chain of events unfold that shakes the city. The Stolen Dog follows Tricia and Josh, Briggs' owners, as they fight a force unknown, enduring death threats, psychic interventions, false leads, fake set-ups, and the threat of dog fighting.
Have a Little Hope is a motivational and inspirational guide to help realign you with your hopes and your dreams. This little audiobook from the Inspirational Books Series will put you back in touch with whatever it is that you hope and dream for in your life today. Because not only will this volume help you get past that rut you've been experiencing in your own life lately, it will help you understand just what it is that's important to you. This audiobook will help you to understand how your own beliefs are either helping or hurting any hopes that you might hold in your heart.
Darla Edmunds has faced a lot of challenges in her 17 years: her dad died in a farming accident when she was 14, and her mother retreated into hyper-religiosity, leaving Darla to run the family farm almost single-handedly. But those struggles pale in comparison to the one she faces after the Yellowstone super-volcano erupts, plummeting the world - and Darla's small corner of Iowa - into a cataclysmic natural disaster.
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Claire is a science-minded 13-year-old whose brother is away fighting in the Iraq War. Her family life has changed and so she turns to her books and sketching by the creek. Then, her estranged and eccentric grandmother comes to live with Claire and her family. Grandma teaches her skeptical granddaughter to believe in magic, hope, love, and...fairies!
As I was driving, the dog-tags swung from my rearview mirror. I started to wonder, had it all been worth it? All the lies, the manipulation, and the hurt that would break him, just as it had broken me, if he had ever found out. I took one last glance out my rearview mirror, as the bluffs faded away behind the hill. There it goes, the life I had, that I will never have again: The friends, the enemies, and the pain. On to the next chapter in my life.