The Reluctant Eagle
Tabitha is a sweet tempered little dog who is loved by her family and friends. However, she realizes that most of her canine friends have jobs. Tabitha thinks that she should have a job, too. So she visits each of the working dogs and lets them talk about what they do. However, none of the jobs seem to suit the little dog, and she thnks that maybe she will never find a job.
Little does she know that she is already being trained for a job, and the realization makes her the happiest dog in the world.
Michael is a beautiful juvenile American Bald Eagle. He is certain that he doesn't want to leave his cliff-top nest and fly. Despite encouragement from his family and friends, he is too afraid of heights to try. It's not until real danger comes to the eagles that Michael finally flies and learns that being an eagle is a pretty cool thing.
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A Job for Tabitha
The Founders' Books
Terwilliger is a shelter kitten whose tail is short and stubby, unlike his siblings, who have long, silky tails. After his siblings are adopted, Twilly is left alone. When a shelter worker takes him home, she is so concerned with making his tail grow, she loses sight of the fact that Twilly is a sweet, loving cat. She finally comes to her senses and accepts him as he is. Illustrated by Minnesota Crouch
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The Silent Lion
Patrick is a huge young lion who lives in an animal sanctuary in Africa. As Patrick grows to adulthood, he finds that he cannot roar. He is reluctant to have an operation to have his roar fixed, but is encouraged by his animal friends to have it. When an emergency threatens the entire pride, Patrick is able to roar, saving the pride and the compound.
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Johanna is a fresh, headstrong,
full-figured, vain and very happy cat,
who gets into all kinds of mischief.
Even though her rambunctious ways
can be trying at times, her family loves
her unconditionally (almost). I
Illustrated by Stewart Maxcy.Available