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All About Krammer

Artwork by Heather Nettrour, © 2005

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Dog Tails, Book 2 -- All About Krammer

Spend some time with Krammer and his people View the world through his eyes and you may just understand your dog better

Have you walked your dog today? 

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Hi, Iím Krammer.  I am a Boston Terrier.  I live with a family of people.  Some have grown up and gone since Iíve moved in, but others are still here.  Mostly now there is Barry, otherwise known as the dad, Nelani, otherwise known as the mom, Heather and Autumn.  But sometimes the others return to visit, mostly Josh and Sam, but every now and then even Jasmine will show up.  Sometimes they bring others with them, and sometimes they come alone.

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All About Krammer

(Children's Book, 100 page trade paperback, 50 color illustrations, 2 megabyte electronic download) 

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