From: Donna McDine, Editor-in-Chief, Guardian Angel Kids Ezine:
This time of the year brings back fond childhood memories of riding bicycles through the neighborhood with the leaves swirling around the wheel spokes and my collie, Champ, running alongside. What better way to spend a crisp autumn day but with the companionship of one’s dog.
Looking back on this memory, the simplicity of the day is what captivates me the most. Time is fleeting and before you know it your children are grown and starting families of their own and that opens a whole other wonderful door for memories to be created.
For now cherish each moment and take the time out today and visit Guardian Angel Kids Ezine and captivate your children with the November issue of “dogs” with the delightful and unique poetry, stories, and articles that will surely spark up memories of time spent with your dog and times to be had.
Crash! Flip Book by Mayra Calvani
Poodle and Doodle by Donna Shepherd and illustrated by Jack Foster
Children’S poetry, SHORT STORIES, and articleS:
Dog-Gone Dog,” by Ellen Javernick – get that dog to stop barking.
“My Free Pup,” Carol Zook – the needs of your dog at different times.
“Michael Finds Lonesome,” by Barbara Bockman and illustrated by Rosemarie Gillen – Michael’s determination to adopt a dog.
“Beemer Rings the Bell,” by Allyn M. Stotz and illustrated by Jack Foster – An ingenious idea by a dog owner to get his puppy potty trained.
“Fido’s Long-Lost Resume,” by Jennifer A. Buchet – discover the original reasons why particular dogs were bred and their history.
“A Wolf in Dog’s Clothing,” by Mary Reina – The connection between humans and dogs.
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Please feel free to drop Editor-in-Chief, Donna McDine an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know what you think of Guardian Angel Kids and what you'd like to see in the future. They aim to please!
The Guardian Angel Kids Ezine staff and contributors look forward to your visit.