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Catch That Collie!!! - Animal care and pets Children's eBooks Dogs Kindle Edition

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Length: 40 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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About the Author

Tarrin P. Lupo is and Author and Activist living in Savannah, Georgia. He is obsessed with his pets and shares his home with two dogs, Raja and Marcie and five cats. Raja spends his days barking at squirrels and begging for beef jerky. Marcie loves when Tarrin sings to her and wags her tail wildly when she hears Tom Jones. They love spending time as a family, taking long walks in Savannah's beautiful squares and parks.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1743 KB
  • Print Length: 40 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Porcupine Publications (July 12, 2011)
  • Publication Date: July 12, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005CF7BY6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,466 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Tarrin P. Lupo is the author of "One Nation Under Blood" and is also known for the historical fiction series "Pirates of Savannah". Tarrin has successfully published seventeen eBooks and short stories. He is also a full time liberty activist who runs a news service called The Low Country Liberty Report. He is nationally known for co-hosting the wildly popular Wheels off Liberty show and guest hosting other acclaimed national podcasts. He currently resides in Savannah Georgia and is a member of the Free State Project, spending time in New Hampshire promoting the ideas of Freedom and Liberty. Please visit www.LupoLink.com for more information. He also writes satire and humor at http://t.co/D31gGWIAPE . He loves cats, liberty and Scott Bakula.

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By CristiAk on September 6, 2011
Format: Paperback
I read this book with my 4 year old child. He has autism and we own an adopted black lab. He has learned how important it is to be responsible for a dog. This is his review for the book:
"I really like the dog book. I really like the picture when the collie was excited to get a forever home. I learned a lot about dogs. I have a black dog we adopted. Her name is KC. I learned black dogs are least likely to find a home. That makes me sad. I love KC. She is the best black dog ever. I don't know why people don't like black dogs. I know dogs need food and water like I do. I know they like to play, (me too). I learned how important it is for them to have exercise. I also learned they are sad if they are alone. I was sad for Raja when he ran away to find Marcie. I was worried he wouldn't find his way home. It was good he had his tag with his address. Adopting a dog is a big deal but this book helps you know everything to do. You should buy this book if you are going to adopt a dog. And if you can pick a black dog. They are really fun! They will lick you a lot because they are happy dogs."

I love this book. It is an awesome book to teach kids responsibility for their dog. The story was fun to read and the pictures are fabulous. The information in the book is exactly what people need to know when thinking of adopting or buying a dog.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By KellCat on September 12, 2011
Format: Paperback
This book is a great learning lesson on how to become a responsible pet owner. It is easy to read, therefore making it a wonderful book for kids. The illustrations are beautiful--if you are from the Savannah area, you'll be delighted at the landmarks in the background. For me personally, I love the story because the family in it is a normal family--they make mistakes, many, and LEARN from them. They don't give up or return the dog at the first issue that needs to be met. The family fills each need the dog has, and in turn, becomes a responsible family for not just one, but 2 dogs. :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James N Simpson on November 30, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Catch That Collie has a family visit some sort of dodgy animal shelter/dog farm that clearly doesn't do any background checks or asks questions of the would be adopters or try to educate them at all on the responsibilities of owning a pet. It's purely after the quick cash of selling as many dogs as possible. The family pick out a dog, the shelter worker tries to get them to take a second one as well because black ones are hard to move. Fortunately they stick with just the brown one because you know, they've never owned a dog before. The family treat the dog like a toy, interact with it when they are in the mood and ignore it by tying it to a tree and the things like this when they get bored. Of course the little kids get upset when the dog has chewed through it's painful ropes, dug its way out of the yard and so forth each time. They also only do things like give it water when it knocks over a birdbath in desperation, then they reach the conclusion, dogs need water to survive. This is the type of family who clearly should not be given the responsibility of owning a pet. It's a kids book so you as an adult know the dog is probably not going to die, or get seriously injured when it runs in front of a truck and things like this but young picture book age reading children who don't see a difference between fantasy and reality are going to become very concerned for the welfare of the dog as the deadbeat nature of the dog's owners becomes more and more apparent. So this means kids reading this need to be a bit older, and the lengthy paragraphs of text means their reading level needs to be that age anyway.

Now saying all that, readers actually will eventually learn some of the basics of looking after an animal once they get to the final page.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Roberta Sinico on September 18, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
My daughter is 7 years old. She got this book in the mail, grabbed it from me and read it right away. She talks about it all the time and put it as her favorite book in her "About Me" paper in school. I love this book because it teaches children how to take care of not just dogs but really all pets. It also teaches them to not give up when you make a mistake but to learn. I love how they make mistakes but don't take the dog back. My daughter wants a dog, as we only have a cat now. I loved showing her this book and her reading what it takes to take care of a dog.

My daughter says "I love the pictures. I love the stories of the dogs adventures. I like how the dog wants to find his best friend. I liked learning (in the back of the book) what you need to take care of a dog. It is my favorite book".

This is a must read for all children. So delightful and cute and teaches at the same time!
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I chose to give this particular book five stars for what I had just said in the title line about it being a sweet,cute and quite a unique dog story book!
I liked it for all the above statements as well as the very colorful illustrations that these authors had included in their children's book!
I recommend ths book for young children as well as for any adults who are having a new dog(s) coming to live in their home as part of their family
who may never had had a dog to care for like this in their life! I received this book free from a free daily book site where I could download it and read it at my own leisure. thanks authors for making this book and others free of charge and for writing this very sweet dog story. By Angela Great work!
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