Harry, My Dog by Marian Kiler Hall

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"Marian Kiler Hall shares the real-life tale of an adopted Basset Hound named Harry in her enjoyable rhyming picture book Harry, My Dog...Harry proves a lovable character, and young children, who don’t care much about punctuation or the occasional flat rhyme, should enjoy this short, sweet story."
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"A one-week vacation was enough to enable the 101-year old author Marian Kiler Hall to establish a new dog star, Harry.
Harry actually is a real dog. All these adventures actually happened to Harry when I visited Roger and Valerie in Florida. I’m not kidding.
I know you will love Harry with his bark, the deep sound of a Basset Hound.
In this book, Harry is your dog. Love him!"
 

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Poems collected here under the name payday blues are inspired by life experiences of the author Marian Kiler Hall. Therefore the range of topic during 101 years of time is many and varied. Payday Blues begin with poetry about nature, people and love. Then the theme changes into the imagination realm of leprechauns and fairies. Next, Christian values are emphasized leading into adventure - read Captain of the Lily Bell. The hidden rocks, the swirling tides a poem about the sea, the ship and the captain. Payday Blues appropriately conclude with patriotism for our country the United States of America. Didn't you enjoy the journey?
 
Published December 10, 2014 by Xlibris. 24 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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BlueInk Review

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on Oct 12 2015

"Marian Kiler Hall shares the real-life tale of an adopted Basset Hound named Harry in her enjoyable rhyming picture book Harry, My Dog...Harry proves a lovable character, and young children, who don’t care much about punctuation or the occasional flat rhyme, should enjoy this short, sweet story."

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