Athena, Tudor, and the Eagle
Athena saw it happen!
Athena and Tudor have been outside, reading through the family history book. Then the eagle showed up. Before Athena could bark, the eagle swooped down, grabbed the book, and soared away. Now it’s up to Athena to find the book and bring it back home. The only problem is that the eagle carried it deep into the woods, where it’s dark, cold, and full of creepy pests… Athena, Tudor and the Eagle is a story about the sensitivity and loyalty of a family dog who learns what it means to be courageous despite fear.
Abby is about to have the most magical summer ever. After leaving the city to spend a few weeks in her Grandmother’s treehouse, Abby and her friends discover just how special nature can be when they make some unexpected friends-Bees!
Athena used to love going to the dog park, playing fetch and chasing birds. Then Brutus showed up and started bullying Athena and her friends.
Leo is a playful puppy who enjoys experiencing the world around him. Leo loves to laugh, play with his toys, and spend time with the people he loves. More importantly, he loves to discover new things! Luckily for Leo, it’s a great, big world filled with all kinds of lessons to learn. Even better, he has a bunch of wonderful friends by his side to help him along the way!
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