A Long Walk Home, a Christmas novelette by D.L. Finn is an enjoyable, satisfying read that combines the magic of Christmas with the tingle of ‘what if?’Continue reading “A Long Walk Home, Christmas Novelette by D.L. Finn”
Can dog characters from books be among those we remember fondly? Yes, and many fictional stories or memoirs have four-legged characters who left memorable paw-prints on the minds and hearts of readers of ALL AGES.
Here is my list of FIVE great dog characters from fiction and non-fiction books.Continue reading “Great Dog Characters in Books for Readers of all Ages”
Dogs must be the most unselfish creatures on earth, yet The Dog and his Reflection is a fable about a foolish, greedy mutt who was not content with what he already had – and that sounds familiar…Continue reading “The DOG and his Reflection, a fable”
If you ask yourself who are the hounds of Kruger National Park – where rhinos and hippos, wild dogs, impalas and zebras, crying cheetahs, slithering snakes, and other African animals live – know that these dogs are an ultra special K9 unit trained to protect the wildlife of Kruger National Park especially the rhinos, against poachers.Continue reading “Who Are the Hounds of Kruger National Park”
A recent discovery of snake fossils proved that snakes used to have limbs, so let’s imagine how the snake lost its legs in a short story from the series Babadiertjies van Afrika, baby animals from Africa.
The colors of the desert were red, its tall dunes were red, punctuated by green grass clumps. These were the colors the boy knew best. Oh, and the sky’s bright blue that the dune’s sharp crests profiled against.Continue reading “How the Snake Lost Its Legs”