The Little Boy Who Lived Down the Drain

Sally found out about the little boy when her mother sang to Sally's baby brother about Baa Baa Black Sheep and his three bags of wool — one of which went to the Little Boy Who Lived Down the Drain.

And thus a friendship was born.

This charming picture book is about family and siblings, and friends — and growing up.

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The Little Boy Who Lived Down the Drain

Smiley

Smiley had been born without eyes and with dwarfism and because of his time in a puppy mill, he was suffering from serious anxiety. Smiley needed extra special care. Joanne George gave Smiley a loving home and he taught her patience, understanding and acceptance.

It became evident that Smiley would be a wonderful therapy dog.

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Smiley

Barometer Rising

December 6, 2017 was the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion

In Baroneter Rising the tight, melodramatic plot fuses together a tender love story, a bitter father-son conflict and a desperate search, centering on the famous harbour explosion. The novel stands in the front ranks of Canadian literature.

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Smiley, the beautiful golden retriever therapy dog, died of Cancer over the weekend.
His spirit was so joyous, and warm, that one often forgot he was blind.
We are honoured to have been associated with him, and will cherish his courage and love for the rest of our lives.
Sharon Fitzhenry

Smiley, the beautiful golden retriever therapy dog, died of Cancer on Saturday October 14th.

His spirit was so joyous, and warm, that one often forgot he was blind.
We are honoured to have been associated with him, and will cherish his courage and love for the rest of our lives.

Sharon Fitzhenry

 

 

 

 

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