Thursday, August 9, 2018

Woo! It's National Book Lovers Day, and FiveSibes Have Some Dog Books for You!


Today is National Book Lovers Days, and as an author and avid reader and lover of books, what a fun day! Naturally, I am going to do a little shameless promotion here of my current canine books (that I am very proud of) to celebrate the day! The above beauty, as many of you know, is our alpha queen "Harley," helping me to display our written wares!



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Here is a little about each book and how you can get one for your bookshelves or for someone you know! (The holiday season is not that far off--hint, hint)!

EPIc Dog Tales: Heartfelt Stories About Amazing Dogs 
Living & Loving Life With Canine Epilepsy
A Non-Fiction Coffee Table Reference Book



  • 2018 Independent Press Award for "Excellence" in Reference Book Category

  • 2017 New York City Big Book Award for "Excellence" in Animals/Pets Book Category

  • Named "BEST IN PRINT" 2015 & 2016 by American Pet Magazine



About the Book: EPIc Dog Tales is my heart book! It is a 264-page beautiful large, coffee table style book that is a collection of truly inspiring and heartfelt stories about dogs who have lived/are living with Canine Epilepsy and how they do not let seizures get in their way of living life to the fullest. These touching stories as told by families and guardians of these amazing warrior dogs, will make the reader cry, laugh, and understand that dogs can - and DO - live full happy lives even with a seizure disorder. 

The book - which I am so proud received the Independent Press Award for "Excellence" in the Reference Book category - also contains valuable library of online resources and information available to help navigate the sometimes stormy waters of Canine Epilepsy. You will fall in love with every dog you meet in this book! A portion of proceeds from the book is donated via FiveSibes #LiveGibStrong to the Epil-K9 Foundation/home of the Epil-K9 List and Canine Epilepsy Resources for continued research and clinical trial projects in the field of Canine Epilepsy through the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary.



What's Wrong With Gibson? 
Learning About K-9 Epilepsy
A FiveSibes Tale Illustrated Children's Book



  • Named "BEST IN PRINT" in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 by American Pet Magazine



About the Book: This is the first book of the FiveSibes™ Tale series!  This book is a bright, positive educational tale of how the FiveSibes help Gibson when he has a seizure from Canine Epilepsy. A book for folks of all ages, and a great tool for helping children understand pets (or anyone) with Epilepsy.




Getting Healthy With Harley: 
Learning About Health & Fitness
A FiveSibes Tale Illustrated Children's Book
  • Named "BEST IN PRINT" 2015 & 2016 by American Pet Magazine
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About the Book: This is the second book of the FiveSibes™ Tale series! Harley has her annual visit to the vet for a health check up. As the alpha queen and leader of the FiveSibes pack family, upon her return home, she makes it her mission to help the FiveSibes adopt a healthier lifestyle through nutrition and exercise. A fun read for children and adults alike! A portion of proceeds will benefit the Save Our Siberians Siberspace Rescue Fund (www.sosrf.org).




Buddy, the Christmas Husky 
A True Holiday Miracle 
A story about the real Buddy and his story of abuse and abandonment to rescue and love.
Currently Out of Stock
  • Named "BEST IN PRINT" 2014, 2015 & 2016 
by American Pet Magazine 
About the Book: You know (now furangel) "Buddy, the Christmas Husky" from Facebook...now you can read his story, a timeless tale of inspiration and hope for all seasons.


"An injured, starving homeless Siberian Husky is rescued by a Good Samaritan on Christmas Day. Through a network of caring people across the globe known as “Team Buddy,” the Husky, who becomes known as "Buddy, the Christmas Husky," discovers that not all humans are mean and uncaring. His long journey brings him to find compassion, friendship, and a loving mom to call his own."



A percentage of proceeds had been donated toward Buddy’s ongoing healthcare through the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine, and now will be donated to Mama Shay and her "Buddy's Buddies" for medical expenses for Buddy's “buddies” – other foster dogs Mama Shay cares for - and for other rescue dogs in need. 

Check our link for availability: (Important Notice: *There may be other parties selling used copies of the book. Please make sure when you click on the book the "Seller Information" is ArcticHouse Publishing)*



My books are available through my ArcticHouse Publishing website's Book Store HERE, and for your convenience, there are links to purchase by PayPal or Amazon!



Just to let you know - there have been several different parties selling used copies of my books on Amazon, some even saying they are new copies. They are not new! *The only new copies are through ArcticHouse Publishing* only! To be sure you are purchasing a NEW book directly from us, please be sure when you click on the book link in Amazon to purchase that the Seller Information is always ARCTICHOUSE PUBLISHING to be sure you have the right seller!
 
A few canine titles on my summer reading list: 
 Lost Souls FOUND! Inspiring Stories About Northern-Breed Dogs by Kyla Duffy & Lowrey Mumford



Goodbye Friend, Healing Wisdom for Anyone Who 
Has Lost a Pet by Gary Kowalski

A Wolf Called Romeo by Nick Jans


What's on your summer reading list?


2 comments:

  1. Happy Book Lovers Day! I has a bad habit of eatin books - momma gets mad when I duz it.

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    1. BOL! My Gibson used to do that, too!!! He thought eating books was a lot of fun, especially those cookbooks! Guess they were tasty! ;-)

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