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Book Title: Dogs Don't Look Both Ways: A Primer on Unintended Consequences|
The author of the book: Jane Hanser
Edition: Software for Students (Ivy Books)
The size of the: 578 KB
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Date of issue: March 18th 2014
ISBN 13: 9780991514908
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** 2015 BRAG MEDALLION HONOREE.
An irrepressibly energetic, curious and gregarious dog named Joey takes everybody on: A coming-of-age journey about running, rules, discovery and, of course, dogs. Based on a true story.
Joey, the chocolate Labrador, is an incredibly energetic, curious and gregarious dog who also loves to run and run. Living in the neighborhood of the Boston Marathon, he and his dad run as many as twelve miles a day, early in the morning. But Joey still wants more, much more. Keenly observant, he allows no opportunity to explore the world pass him by. One morning his mom wakes up and finds the dog gone. Has his insatiable sense of discovery led him to gratification? Or to danger?
Appropriate for all adults and for children 5th grade and up.
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Read information about the authorWriting all started with my dog, an amazing dog named Joey who I met in 2000. My book, DOGS DON'T LOOK BOTH WAYS, was inspired by events in which he was central. The book recently received the prestigious B.R.A.G. Medallion.
I'm currently a film critic for several Boston newspapers. My poetry, essays and movie reviews have been published in numerous print and online journals such as "Poetica Magazine," "The Persimmon Tree", "Every Writer's Resource," "The Jewish Journa,l" "The Newton Tab," "The Jewish Advocate" and others. I enjoy writing haiku and posting it to my blog.
Academically, my background is English Education. I taught ESL and remedial writing for many years, in New York City. I also developed an educational software application ("Easy Writer: An Interactive and Audio Book") that teaches writing and editing skills to learners of English) based on my years of teaching.
Meeting and marrying Phil has been the largest and most positive event in my life.
I am involved with many and varied local community activities; the short list includes bicycle and pedestrian safety, feeding the hungry, and literacy.
I still spend way too much time on the computer, which I am always trying to find a way around. My film critic gig gets me out to the movies at least once in a while - for more sitting.
Joey's descriptions of me in DOGS DON'T LOOK BOTH WAYS are, except for a few insignificant details of time and place, still true and accurate.