Bringing Hope to All
Welcome to Darby’s Story and More Blog , inspiring stories of an adopted dog and the tales of tailless cat. Since the release of these books many lives have been touched. Those who are active in animal rescue groups, love their pets, children who have lost a pet, families enjoy reading animal stories to their children, and children who love to read.
Darby’s Story and Bangle Bear are A Mom’s Choice Awards Silver Recipient .
Thank you MCA.
Martha’s future plans to publish the Trilogy concerning animal adoption, blended family issues, and single parenthood. These awards will enhance my mission to inspire more pet adoptions, support non-profit animal groups, Literacy programs and Military families.
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Martha provides a personal encounter with her own adopted animals. Sharing the warmth, the antics and adventures her beloved animals. The Courage to face a son decision to sign up.
Bangle Bear The Tale of a Tailless Cat, a unique feline with wonderful tales to share. Bear provides her own thoughts through out the day and the changing of the seasons. Discover how Bear trains her human pets and countless antics. How the family deals with a grown son enlist, and the deployments. (Spring 2011)
The third book: Finding Your Way Home, will grab your heart, when life throws you a curve ball, you still learn to open your heart and find acceptance. Goober and Widdles, two stray kittens adopt us. Oddie has a mother to love her while her Dad leave for out of town work. After four long years the son comes home, and dealing with the effects of war.
Each book is ideal for reading level 4 grade and up. Suitable for summer reading list and class rooom book reports.Finding Your Way Home, A delightful story of two stray kittens, lost and hungry for food and love.
Picabo The little Horse That Could, An inspiring story of three rescued mares. Each endured their fate, until hope came to save them.
Thank you for visiting. ” There is hope for a Forever Home..”
Sincerely, Martha Steward