This is a non-fiction book written by Kerry Irving. You may sometimes wonder how unlucky one person can be and the strength and courage it takes to turn their life around. With the help of some wonderful people as well as dogs, author Kerry Irving managed to do this.
Last time, we spoke about physical exercise for puppies, and how moderation was key. Anyone with a puppy will know however, that they can be really full of beans! So what can you do if your puppy still has lots of energy to burn after they’ve done their quota of physical exercise?
This is the final instalment in the Hidden Iceland trilogy series which brings us back in time to 1987/1988, revealing the true start to Hulda’s journey. Anyone who loves crime fiction will absolutely love the subtle, atmospheric writing of these novels with Iceland forming the perfect backdrop for this genre.
Did you know that the most common mistake people make with exercising their puppy is that they do too much? It takes about a year and a half for a dog’s growth plates to close, and about a year for the muscular system to be fully developed.
My Top Ten: a selection of some great factual titles
As adult non-fiction buyer for Dublin City Libraries, a key part of my role is to comb through the staggering annual publishing output of new adult non-fiction releases, across all the genres, to pluck out the ‘gems’ among them, and ensure they are available for our library patrons.