Animal Ark # 25 : Dog At The Door : Dog At The Door by Ben M Baglio

Animal Ark # 25 : Dog At The Door : Dog At The Door by Ben M Baglio

Author: Ben M Baglio
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With over 3 million copies sold, the latest addition to the Animal Ark series offers an enchanting read for children who adore animals. In a heartwarming tale, Mandy, our young protagonist, stumbles upon a golden retriever in distress outside the Animal Ark, abandoned and tied up without a trace of her owner. A remarkable twist reveals that the dog is on the brink of motherhood, and time is ticking away! The question arises: who would abandon a mother-to-be, displaying such callousness? Astounded by this cruelty, Mandy embarks on a mission to uncover the identity of the dog’s heartless owner before the impending arrival of the precious puppies.

Massive Book Haul & VLOG! Little Free Library, Book Off, Owlcrate, etc.

Good morning, my lovely readers! It’s Tiffany (with an ie), and as you can see, I’m filming from a different angle today because my book and plushie collection is causing chaos. But don’t worry, I’ve got a lot in store for you in this article. First, I have a massive book haul to share, including a special unboxing of a limited edition book. Then, I’ll take you on a tour of some little free libraries and show you all the cute Pokémon stuff I found. So, sit back and enjoy the ride!

Exploring Little Free Libraries

Let’s start with the footage of my little free library adventure. I visited several libraries, with some located near me in Claremont and others in North Park. I discovered unique books and even a seed library near my neighborhood mosque. It was an interesting journey, and you’ll get to see all the highlights in the accompanying video.

The Book Haul

Now, let’s move on to the exciting part – the book haul! I managed to find some fantastic reads during my little free library visits. Here are some of the gems I discovered:

  • How to Catch a Queen by Alyssa Cole – a romance novel by a talented black author.
  • Persepolis – a non-fiction graphic novel that comes highly recommended.
  • Lies She Told by Kate Hollahan – a thrilling mystery that I might be passing on to a friend.
  • The Sisters of the Winter Wood by Rena Rossner – a fantasy book with a beautiful cover.
  • Animal Ark: Ponies at the Point – a children’s book series I used to enjoy as a kid.
  • Ivy Aberdeen’s Letter to the World – an LGBTQ+ middle-grade novel by Ashley Herring Blake.

And that’s just the beginning! You’ll find more details about the books I discovered in the full video.

Special Owlcrate Editions

Next, I want to share some special Owlcrate editions that I rescued. These limited editions are simply stunning and deserve a special mention:

  • I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn – a signed book by a local author.
  • The Bells by Danielle Clayton – a fantasy novel with a unique take on beauty.
  • The Secret Garden – a beautiful edition of the classic book.

I was thrilled to find these Owlcrate editions and can’t wait to share them with friends.

Other Notable Finds

Before we wrap up, I want to highlight a few more books that caught my eye:

  • Luck of the Titanic by Stacey Lee – a historical fiction novel set aboard the ill-fated Titanic.
  • The Ones We’re Meant to Find by Joan He – a beautifully designed book with a captivating story.

These are just a taste of the many exciting books I found. Be sure to watch the full video for the complete book haul, including some surprises along the way.

Pokemon Goodies

Lastly, I couldn’t resist throwing in some Pokemon items. I unboxed two Pokemon-themed surprises and delighted in the adorable figures I received. Pikachu and Jirachi stole the show with their cuteness!

Thank you for joining me on this whirlwind journey through my book haul, little free library adventures, and Pokemon unboxing. I hope you enjoyed this article and discovered some new books to add to your own collection. Stay tuned for more exciting content and happy reading!

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