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by Martin P. Levin

ePub Letters from Angel: A True Story In her Own Words download
Author:
Martin P. Levin
ISBN13:
978-1616084578
ISBN:
161608457X
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Publisher:
Skyhorse Publishing; 1 edition (February 1, 2012)
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Pets & Animal Care
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Letters from Angel is a true story of a golden retriever/chow mix told in her own words. Her early years were spent in a family in a modest home in suburban New York. She blossomed into a beautiful, loving, energetic companion.

Letters from Angel is a true story of a golden retriever/chow mix told in her own words. When the father in the family continued to abuse her, Angel ran away. She survived for months on the loose, lived off the land, protected by homele Letters from Angel is a true story of a golden retriever/chow mix told in her own words. She survived for months on the loose, lived off the land, protected by homeless men and women, and her own inherited survival skills. When winter came, Angel was rescued by the SPCA, who identified her owners and brought her back to be reunited. Martin Levin has decades of experience in law and publishing

Letters from Angel is a true story of a golden retriever/chow mix told in her own words. She blossomed into a beautiful. Martin Levin has decades of experience in law and publishing. In June 1999, Levin received the highest award for lifetime achievement in publishing given by the Association of American Publishers. He lives in Rye, New York.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Adopted as a puppy by a family in suburban New York, Angel blossomed into a beautiful, loving, energetic companion. Continually abused by the family’s father, she ran away. Living off the land for months, she found shelter and protection with homeless people, surviving through her own instinctual skills.

Then Angel was rescued by Martin and his caretaker, Paula Drost, and discovered a whole new world-air travel, a home she describes as the biggest dog house in the world, winters on a Florida beach, and walking in Central Park.

A series of letters tell Angel's story in her own words. Angel's letters about her life and adventures with Levin and Drost evidence their unconditional love for her and impart precious lessons about life she was able to learn along the way because of their intervention. Levin's first book introducing Angel, All I Know About Management I Learned From My Dog, was licensed in six countries for translation months before publication. People Who Liked Letters from Angel Also Liked These Free Titles

Written by Martin P. Levin, Audiobook narrated by Susan McInerney .

Written by Martin P. Levin, Audiobook narrated by Susan McInerney, George Backman. Part Lovely Bones, part Dogs of Babel, a series of letters tell Angel's story in her own words. Now deceased, the irrepressible golden retriever had been rescued from a shelter at an advanced age and given a second lease on life by author Martin Levin and his caretaker, Paula Drost.

This letter was not signed, for what signature could it possibly need?Margaret read it, and read it again, wondering-for she had never hadsuch a letter in her life

This letter was not signed, for what signature could it possibly need?Margaret read it, and read it again, wondering-for she had never hadsuch a letter in her life. The men who had made love to her had neverbeen privileged to speak plainly, for she would have none of them, andso they had been obliged to confine themselves to such cunning use ofpermissible words and phrases as they could command, together withcopious quotations from more or less erotic poets. Moreover, Claudiushad never been in a position to speak his heart's fill to her until thatlast day, when words had played so small.

When Diana: Her True Story was first published in 1992, it forever changed the way the public viewed the British monarchy. Greeted initially with disbelief and ridicule, the New York Times bestselling biography has become a unique literary classic, not just because of its explosive contents but also because of Diana’s intimate involvement in the publication.

Letters from Angel is a true story of a golden retriever/chow mix told in her own words. Her early years were spent in a family in a modest home in suburban New York. She blossomed into a beautiful, loving, energetic companion. When the father in the family continued to abuse her, Angel ran away. She survived for months on the loose, lived off the land, protected by homeless men and women, and her own inherited survival skills. When winter came, Angel was rescued by the SPCA, who identified her owners and brought her back to be reunited. The mother turned the rescuers away because she believed her husband would continue to abuse Angel. At nine years of age, Angel was taken to a dog shelter, her spirit crushed. When it appeared that all was lost, Angel was rescued. Her sad life turned into a Cinderella story. A new world opened up for her. Air travel (a funny story), a home that she describes as the “biggest dog house in the world,” winters on the beach in Florida, living in a New York City apartment, walking in Central Park. Angel tells her story in detail and shares her innermost thoughts on a wide variety of subjects, her reactions to lightning ashes and reworks, tricks on taking medicine, weight control, on and on. And at the end, she writes about the burdens she faced as she grew older. Angel’s letters are insightful and charming, revealing the inner life of a dog. It is a book for all ages.
  • makes you think about your pets in a different way. Heart warming and sad at the same time. Worth your time.

  • "In a heartwarming and sometimes heart wrenching book, Martin Levin, becomes the conduit for a shelter dog named Angel to write her story. Although you know the ending from the dedication, "For those who own a dog, love a dog, or have lost a dog," it doesn't take away from the empathy you have for Angel and the sympathy you have for Mr. Levin and Paula when the time comes for Angel. Angel has the reader laughing on one page, being reflective on the next, and sad on the next. As I read the last sentence my 12 year-old dog was licking my tears and, like it or not, he got hugged and hugged and hugged." - Lynda Fisher, Two Ears and a Tail

  • "Letters from Angel" is a cute book written from the dog's point of view. It is about the bond between a Sr. dog that was adopted from a shelter by a 90-yr-old man for companionship after his wife died. It is a very quick read and even though it has a sad ending, the author shares his experience of having to put down his dog in a sweet way. The dog is a Golden Retriever/Chow mix that won my heart. I think any dog owner relate to this book.

  • "Letters from Angel" is told by Angel, a senior dog who tells about his life with Mr. Levin and his aid, Paula. It's a great story that Angel tells very well. It is short but well worth reading. Any dog love will love it just like I did! Have some tissues handy, just in case.

  • "The tender writing, and the emotions that Angel expresses so naturally, show how dogs love, and why we need to treat them with respect. This heartfelt story and gentle artwork resonates, and I believe every word is an expression of what Angel truly felt. Dogs are wise and we can learn a lot from them. Thank you, Mr. Levin, for allowing us into the mind of Angel and learning from her life's lessons." --Roseann Lentin

  • I just finished letters from Angel and was moved to tears. It is a must read and a great comfort gift for anyone who has gone through the sadness of having to put a beloved pet down. The story is told through the eyes of Angel, pictured on the cover. Angel shares her life with us, it really makes you give one extra hug to the pet you have at home now.

  • For Dog Lovers, old and young alike - this is a wonderful story. Takes you into the mindset of one of the greatest animals on earth. A very entertaining story! Best to read for relaxation after a hard days work! Would highly recommend this book and this author.