My husband died the day after Christmas, leaving four children, ages two to nine. Anxious how we would manage without him, too young to understand, my children asked, qWhy my daddy?q While vacationing at my brother's lake cabin, in Michigan's Northern Wood, we watched a mother raccoon and her babies feeding daily at the stump outside our kitchen window when the idea came to write my stories through the eyes of animals. The first book in The Waddodles of Hollow Lake series, Law of the Woodland, is built on family values, tales of courage, love, hope and trust in each other. The second series book, The Waddodles of Hollow Lake: Calamity on East Bay features more exciting adventures with The Waddodles and their friends, highlighting many episodes with their enemies, The Ruffin twins, Old Mr. Grump and qThe Beastq Big Casey, the meanest black bear in all the territories circling Hollow Lake. Will the Raccoon Waddodle Family have to move from their rock den on East Bay to a safe new home? How will The Waddodles have the courage to leave the only home they have ever known and loved? Who will protect Harriet and her children now that Theodore is gone forever? Read it to find out?Now reconnect the thermostat wires going to the furnace from the thermostat. These are simple ... The other or extra wire, is run along to the aBa or common to your thermostat and to the aBa or common to the furnace. (Recheck the manual.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Furnace Book|
|Author||:||Paul E. King|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2004-07-01|