You know you're a dog lover when you own more tennis balls than Andy Murray, the Kennel Club is down as your emergency contact number, and a cosy meal for two means a medium-rare steak for you and your pooch. If this sounds familiar, read on to determine where you lie on the scale from 'truly obsessed' to 'full-on canine crazy'!
Corgis Rule! pocket size colouring book (there is also an A4 size) is a book for dog lovers. There are 45 pages of unique artwork based on original hand-drawn Susan Alison corgi dog designs. The paper in this book is 60lb in weight ie crayons and pencils are your best bet for fab results. (It's always a good idea to use a safety sheet underneath each page whatever you're using.)
Pictures are only printed on one side of the paper so that you can remove a page and display or frame it without losing the picture on the other side.
I have cropped and enlarged some of the designs to make different pictures; allowing more white space in some for those who prefer less intricate designs. They also allow experimentation with different colouring schemes. Some designs in this pocket-sized book are quite different to the ones in the equivalent 'Corgis Rule!' A4 book - this is to suit the smaller size. Some designs are suitable for framing, or for cutting out and sticking to the front of a greeting card blank. There are also some mini sheets of notepaper for that special person, and a page of bookmarks that can be coloured and laminated.
Most importantly - these cavorting corgi canines aim to bring you a smile or two.
There is also an A4 size 'Corgis Rule!' colouring book available.
Love dogs and have 3 minutes to spare? Your favorite canine companions have a lot to teach you about life, love, and everything in between. You will find the spiritual pick-me-up and humorous, story-based insights you desire in3-Minute Devotions for a Dog Lover's Heart. Each of these 180 insightful readings is written specifically for your questioning, dog-loving heart and packs a powerful dose of comfort, encouragement, and inspiration. A true reminder that there's more to life than tail-wagging, ball-chasing, and begging for biscuits. This wonderfully entertaining and inspiring read makes apaws-itively perfect gift for dog lovers of all ages.
Every day, Hachiko, an Akita dog, goes to Shibuya train station in Tokyo and waits for his owner, Dr Ueno, to return from work. One day, Dr Ueno doesnâ€™t come back. For the next ten years until the day that he dies, Hachiko keeps a vigil at the station for his deceased owner.
Alice is convinced that her future happiness depends on two things. Finding a virile, incredibly handsome man like the heroes in romance novels and escaping from her father's dictatorial rule. After high school, her parents expect her to enroll in college. Instead, she takes an entry-level job at an insurance company and moves into an apartment with a promiscuous co-worker named Wanda. Alice soon learns that life isn't anything like a romance novel. Time after time, she remakes herself hoping to become what her current lover expects her to be. It is only the sage advice of her magical childhood friend, a wise cracking gargoyle that keeps her from settling for far less than she deserves. Can a girl who leans a bit to the left find her soul mate in a world where all the best looking men are either gay or Republican? Tag along with Alice and her friend the gargoyle and find out. It's sure to be a fun ride.
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