A book of essays by award-winning author and journalist David W. Berner is the next best thing to storytelling around a bonfire. In "There’s a Hamster in the Dashboard," Berner shares stories of “a life in pets”—from a collie that herds Berner home when the author goes “streaking” through the neighborhood as a two-year-old, to a father crying in front of his son for the only time in his life while burying the family dog on the Fourth of July. And from the ant farm that seems like a great learning experience (until the ants learn how to escape), to the hamster that sets out on its own road trip (but only gets as far as the dashboard). Along the way, Berner shows that pets not only connect us with the animal world, but also with each other and with ourselves. The result is a collection of essays that is insightful and humorous, entertaining and touching.
Why do we waste the Sabbath? Travel through time for the ways home ownership just seems to prevent us from enjoying this holy day of rest. The intention is not to preach; this is not a scholarly religious book. Rather, If God Intended the Sabbath, Why Did He Create Home Ownership? explores why this day of the week should be designated as a day of…
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