Discover uplifting, humorous poetry and haiku by Patricia Furstenberg.
An inspirational collection of winter and Christmas themed haiku to help you relax. Enjoy a daily haiku paired with gorgeous seasonal images as well as haiku for The 12 Days of Christmas.
What Christmas Haiku Amazon readers say:
” Brings the joy of Christmas with each page.”
AS GOOD AS GOLD
As engaging as a tail was, a book for all ages. Caution: hilarious and addictive!
“I thoroughly enjoyed this charming collection of verse” ~ Linda’s Book Bag.
What As Good as Gold Amazon readers say:
“I thoroughly enjoyed this charming collection of verse” Linda’s Book Bag
“A lovely poetry book that would be perfect for adults and younger children to share.”
“Back-buying more for gifts, ideal for anyone who has ever loved a dog! “
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More uplifting, humorous poetry and haiku by Patricia Furstenberg:
VONK THE HORSE: Spark, the Bravest Stallion of the 18th Century
Sail the high seas to the end of the 18th century, the middle of winter in the southern hemisphere. When a ship hits a bank of sand near the Cape of Storms (Cape Town), all spectators on land fear for the lives of those on board for the waters are frigid and currents strong.
JOCK OF THE BUSHVELD: Africa’s Best Loved Dog Hero
“To the Africa’s Bravest Creatures series, Patricia Furstenberg adds Book 3, Jock of the Bushveld: Africa’s Best Loved Dog Hero. This is a heartwarming true story of a runt puppy born in South Africa that was given a second chance by a man named Sir Patrick Percy FitzPatrick. Traveling together in the open areas of South Africa, Jock and FitzPatrick were closer than close, better than the best of friends, pure hearts that found their life’s light together.
HUBERTA THE HIPPO: Amazing Adventures of a Happy River Horse
Huberta the Hippo is based on the true story of an African hippopotamus that traveled 1 600 km (1, 000 miles) along the coast of South Africa. Huberta left her waterhole in the St. Lucia Estuary in Zululand (now KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) and set off on a 1,600 kilometres (1,000 mi) journey along south, the Eastern Cape. This journey took her three years, between November 1928 and March 1931.