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A Collar And A Dream
When We Fostered Furley is the first book in the series A Collar and a Dream. Capturing the spirit of National Dog Week for young readers, it will inspire them to use their unique talents and kindness to help shelter pets and to be more responsible humans to all animals. Based on the teachings of Will Judy, Founder of National Dog Week, it also includes some fun history about man's best friend.
Is everything we see really there?
Out of the corner of my eye, I catch something moving by the barn.
When I look, it disappears. Wait, There it is again, at the cornfield.
Some movement, some thing.
Mom and I have been on the run for years. Every time he catches up with us, we move to a new place and start over.
But this place is different.
About the Author
Allan Stratton is the internationally acclaimed author of Chanda's Secrets, winner of over twenty-six awards and citations including the American Library Association's Michael L. Printz Honor Book and the Children's Africana Book Award. The companion novel, Chanda's Wars, won the Canadian Library Association's Best Book for Young Adults Award and was an American Junior Library Guild selection. The film adaptation of Chanda's Secrets, Life, Above All, premiered at the Cannes International Film Festival, 2010, where it won the Francois Chalais Prize.
It was South Africa's official entry for the 2011 Oscar for best foreign language film. Allan's other YA and children's novels are Curse of the Dream Witch, winner of the 2014 Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award; the ALA Best Fiction novels Borderline and Leslie's Journal; and the Governor General's Award nominee, Junior Library Guild selection (USA), and Times of London Book of the Week The Grave Robber's Apprentice. Allan has been on safari in Africa; hiked the Great Wall of China; flown over Cappadocia in a balloon; explored pyramids in Egypt, temples in Cambodia, Incan ruins in the Andes, and Viet Cong tunnels in Vietnam.
Corporate And White-collar Crime In Ireland
This is the first definitive examination of the practice of corporate regulation and enforcement from the foundation of the Irish State to the present day. Traditionally, corporate wrongdoing was often criminalised using conventional criminal justice methods and the ordinary police were often charged with the responsibility of enforcing the law. Since the 1990s, however, the conventional crime monopoly on corporate deviancy has become fragmented because a variety of specialist, interdisciplinary agencies with enhanced powers now address corporate wrongdoing. The exclusive dominance of conventional crime methods has also faded because corporate wrongdoing is now specifically addressed by a pyramidal enforcement architecture, taking compliance orientated and sanctioning approaches, using both civil and criminal enforcement mechanisms, where criminal law is now the sanction of last resort.
Corporate and white-collar crime in Ireland is the first monograph to analyse the transition in Ireland from a sanctioning, 'command and control' model of corporate enforcement to the compliance-orientated regulatory model. It is also unique in locating this shift in its broader sociological and jurisprudential context. As such, the distinctive contribution of this volume is not in the analysis of corporate or white-collar crimes but rather in its analysis of the emerging legal architecture which attempts to manage rather than punish crime. It provides a definitive account of a State at a critical stage of its economic development, having moved from an agrarian and protected society to a free-market globalised economy which is trying to cope with the negative aspects of increased corporate activity, having experienced an economic boom and depression in a remarkably condensed period of time.
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