Spirit Of The Shetland Pony

Author: Heidi M. Sands
Editor: Pixz
ISBN: 9781906887599
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Standing inches high - when all our other native ponies stand hands - the Shetland is a gutsy little powerhouse who never fails to impress. 'The Spirit of the Shetland Pony' captures the essence of these beautiful creatures.

The Big Book Of Small Equines

Author: Johnny Robb
Editor: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 9781602397392
Size: 12,55 MB
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A lavishly illustrated celebration of the Mini and Shetland pony breeds shares owner anecdotes about their superiority in riding, driving and overall competitions as well as their particular compatibility as pets and therapy animals.

Spirit Of The Times And The New York Sportsman

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The Friend

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The Vagabonds America S Oldest Little Theater

Author: Linda Lee Koenig
Editor: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838631249
Size: 16,39 MB
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Tracing the sixty-four year career of Baltimore's Vagabond Players, this study of the longest-lasting of the little theaters examines the influence and participation of figures such as H. L. Mencken, Mildred Natwick, and Zelda Fitzgerald.

The Biscuit Witch

Author: Deborah Smith
Editor: Bell Bridge Books
ISBN: 1611943043
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The Biscuit Witch Part One of The MacBrides A Crossroads novella Dear Dr. Firth: I know you are in your cups at this time, drinking, taking pills, and sleeping under trees, but I have some experience rehabilitating lost souls in that regard, and so I am enclosing a box of my biscuits and a cold wrapped container of cream gravy for dessert. Please eat and write back. We need a veterinarian of your gumption here in the Crossroads Cove of Jefferson County. --Delta Whittlespoon, proprietress of The Crossroads Café Biscuit witches, Mama called them. She'd heard the term as a girl. She'd inherited that talent. My mother could cast spells on total strangers simply by setting a plate of her biscuits in front of them. --Tal MacBride Welcome back to the Crossroads Cove where new loves, old feuds, and poignant mysteries will challenge siblings Tal, Gabby, and Gus MacBride to fight for the home they lost and to discover just how important their family once was, and still is, to the proud people of the Appalachian highlands. Tallulah MacBride hasn't been back to North Carolina since their parents' tragic deaths, twenty years ago. But now, Tal heads to cousin Delta Whittlespoon's famous Crossroads Café in the mountains above Asheville, hoping to find a safe hiding place for her young daughter, Eve. What she finds is Cousin Delta gone, the café in a biscuit crisis, and a Scotsman, who refuses to believe she's passing through instead of "running from." He believes she needs a knight in shining flannel. When a pair of sinister private eyes show up, Tal's troubles are just beginning. For Tal's brother and sister--Gabby, the Pickle Queen, and Gus, the Kitchen Charmer--the next part of the journey will lead down forgotten roads and into beautiful but haunted legacies.

The African Repository

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The Cyclopaedia Or Universal Dictionary Of Arts Sciences And Literature

Author: Abraham Rees
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Murder At Audubon Zoo

Author: Jane Gillis Jones
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595140610
Size: 18,73 MB
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Elizabeth Young, a retired English teacher, loves her job as an edZOOcator volunteer at New Orleans' Audubon Zoo. Then on the Satuirday morning following the white-tie-and-tails fund-raiser known as the ZOO-To-Do, Elizabeth, to her horror, discovers a woman's body in the pool of her favorite animal, the great white tiger, Suri. It is soon clear that a killer has defiled the "new zoo" that has become the pride and joy of the Crescent City. To add to her shock, Elizabeth discovers that the NOPD lieutenant in charge of this homicide is none other than Albert Breaux, a former student and class clown. However, soon Elizabeth is forced to admit that the adult Albert is indeed a competent, compassionate policeman, and gradually the two join forces to catch the killer. Elizabeth and her friend, 80 year old Dr. Jenny Alexander who runs the ZOO-mobile both have premonitions that there will be another murder. Their fears become reality when a second victim is discovered near the sea lions pavilion. Yet, neither of them are prepared for the fact that the third victim may well be Elizabeth herself.