SIMBA: Den niedlichen »Chi Chi Love, Chihuahua Plüschhund Star« von Simba muss man einfach lieb haben! Der kuschelige Vierbeiner trägt ein niedliches Outfit mit passender Schleife auf dem Kopf. Darauf sind viele kleine Sterne aufgedruckt, welche im Dunkeln einzigartig zu leuchten beginnen. Das Design der Schleife spiegelt sich auch in der passenden Tasche wider. Mit den unzähligen Sternen darauf gehen kleine Hundebesitzer auch im Dunkeln gerne mit ihrem Hündchen spazieren und erleben so bei jedem Spaziergang eine leuchtende Sternennacht. Als besonderes Accessoire besitzt der süße Chihuahua zudem einen Anhänger in Form eines Hundekopfes, der im Dunkeln ebenfalls wunderschön zu leuchten beginnt. Der Anhänger kann an der Tasche befestigt werden oder auch als Schmuck für die Besitzerin dienen. Mit dem niedlichen Hündchen »Chi Chi Love, Chihuahua Plüschhund Star« von Simba können Kinder tolle Abenteuer erleben.Größe Hund: ca. 21 cmMaße Tasche (B/T/H): ca. 24/14/17 cmInklusive Tasche, Shirt, Schleife und AnhängerSchleife, Tasche und Anhänger leuchten im DunkelnAbwaschbarAltersempfehlung ab 5 Jahren
Yo quiero! The heartwarming true story of the camera-ready Chihuahua who became a pint-sized superstar. Her name was Gidget. To the world, she was the Taco Bell dog. This is the extraordinary story of an irresistible pup's life, and that of her devoted trainer, Sue Chipperton. It is not only the story of an adorable television star, but also that of Sue's successful training techniques, and her fascinating stories of working with both human and animal stars, like Mooni, Gidget's Chihuahua roommate and the eventual star of Legally Blonde. Sue shares her delightful tales, investing humor, warmth, and rare insight into one of the freshest and most fun Hollywood success stories ever told. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Helen Stern. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/011661/bk_adbl_011661_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If I say so myself, I am muy foxy! When novice P.I. Geri Sullivan first heard her adopted Chihuahua talk, she thought she'd gone barking mad. But it turns out Pepe is a savvy sleuth - and if he has his way, he'll soon be a bone-a-fido celebrity, too, as Pepe and Geri are Hollywood-bound to star in the reality show Dancing with Dogs. So far, so bueno. Then Nigel St. Nigel, the judge everyone loves to hate, becomes the judge someone wanted dead. Pepe and Geri are hot on a killer's heels but between perfecting the paso doble and protecting Pepe's Pomeranian lady love, both have their paws full. If Pepe's new status as a Beverly Hills Chihuahua goes to his head, it may be the last waltz for Geri's crime-biting compadre.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Laura Darrell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/018020/bk_adbl_018020_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Legend tells of The Clan of the Scorpion, four mighty meerkats sworn to protect the world from their long-time nemesis, the Ringmaster... The Clan are escorting their mentor, Grandmaster One Eye, to a Kung Fu Grandmaster Meet, when they are ambushed by enormous spiders - and Grandmaster One Eye is katnapped! In a second adventure, Bruce’s favorite Hollywood action star, Vin De Pain, is appearing alongside the canine actor Soo Me in a sequel to Kung Fu Chihuahua. But there’s a new member of the cast - none other than Doris the Dancing Dog, the Ringmaster’s faithful hound. What is the Ringmaster up to? 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Thorpe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/oakh/000435/bk_oakh_000435_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Isabelle Scott’s life may not be easy, but she loves it. She is a star swimmer and lifeguard, has great friends, and has been spending the summer with Brayden, a cute surfer—though they’re just friends. But her grandmother, with whom she’s lived since her mother died five years earlier, is declining quickly, and Izzie’s whole world is upended. She’s whisked away from the poor, rough neighborhood where she grew up to live with her aunt, uncle, and cousins in the exclusive Emerald Cove. Mirabelle Monroe leads a charmed life: her father is a former baseball star about to run for the United States Senate. She’s popular and beautiful and has a super cute jock boyfriend. But when her cousin, Izzie, comes to live with her family, her well-ordered world starts to unravel. It doesn’t help that Mira’s best friend and queen bee, Savannah, hates Izzie from the start, maybe because Izzie seems to be so close to Savannah’s boyfriend, Brayden. And Mira doesn’t know whether to choose her friends and status at school or her family. As Izzie and Mira try to navigate their new lives, family secrets are dug up and the girls learn what friends and family truly mean. Jen Calonita certainly has the inside scoop on young Hollywood. A former senior entertainment editor at Teen People, she has interviewed everyone from Reese Witherspoon to Zac Efron. An entertainment journalist for the past ten years, she has written for TV Guide, Glamour, and Marie Claire. She lives in New York with her husband Mike, sons Tyler and Dylan, and their Chihuahua, Captain Jack Sparrow. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Julia Whelan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/004909/bk_blak_004909_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Cástulo Guerra (born August 24, 1945) is an Argentine actor who found success appearing in American films and television. Film roles include: Terminator 2: Judgment Day, The Usual Suspects, Meet Me in Miami, Where the River Runs Black and The Celestine Prophecy"((Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2))". His TV credits include: Riptide, The Fall Guy, Falcon Crest, The A-Team, Remington Steele, L.A. Law, Star Trek: The Next Generation, 21 Jump Street, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Brimstone, Nash Bridges, The Agency, ER, Alias, CSI: Miami, The West Wing, Prison Break and NUMB3RS. He is also Alexei Stukov in StarCraft and Raphael Castillo in Santa Barbara.
**THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER** Paul O'Grady's Country Life for the first time gives a glimpse into the home life of one of Britain&#8217;s best loved stars, alongside the animals he adores. Sometimes rural idyll, sometimes hell on earth, Paul&#8217;s life in rural Kent has been shared over the years with some very vocal pigs, a mad cow, various rescued barn owls, the world&#8217;s most sadistic geese and Christine the psychotic sheep &#8211; among many other animal waifs and strays. And of course Paul tells the stories of the dogs in his life &#8211; including the tiny chihuahua/Jack Russell cross with Napoleonic ambitions, Eddie, Miss Olga, Bullseye, Louis, Boycie and, of course, Buster, the greatest canine star since Lassie. In addition, Paul shares some of his favourite recipes, explores country lore and superstitions, and extols the benefits of growing your own vegetables, herbs and fruit. This is a warts-and-all account of country living, as far removed from the bright lights of celebrity as you could ever imagine. The trials and tribulations Paul experienced on moving to deepest darkest Kent as a dyed-in-the-wool city dweller are every bit as hilarious and eventful as you would think. He had a lot of new skills to learn, and fast: everything from how to churn your own butter and how to birth a lamb to the best way to lure a cow out of your kitchen while naked from the waist down. Brilliantly funny and full of classic stories, Paul O&#8217;Grady&#8217;s Country Life is your armchair guide to the wonders and horrors of rural existence.
'I am Pepe. But you can call me el Jefe.' Pepe may have soft white fur, big brown eyes, and mucho attitude--but he's no furry fashion fad. Pepe can talk--even if his new owner, Geri Sullivan, seems to be the only person who can understand him. When Geri takes on her first assignment for a quirky investigator named Jimmy G and stumbles over a Seattle millionaire's corpse, Pepe proves to be worth his weight in liver treats. Suspicion falls on the not-so-grieving widow, who wants to finance a reality TV show, Dancing With Dogs. Normally, Pepe wouldn't be caught muerte in a sparkly costume. However, he has to sniff out the real killer and keep Geri safe. Lesser dogs might flinch. But Pepe isn't the kind to turn tail and run. . . 'Pepe is one cool sleuth. I really loved this book.' --Leslie Meier, author of the Lucy Stone mysteries 'Readers will sit up and beg for more.' --Sushi the Shih Tzu, canine star of the Trash 'n' Treasures mysteries by Barbara Allan 'A fun and breezy mystery.' -Jennie Bentley Waverly Curtis is the joint byline for the mystery writing team Waverly Fitzgerald and Curtis Colbert. Waverly Fitzgerald is the author of four historical romances under the name Nancy Fitzgerald. She has taught writing classes at the UCLA Writers Program, the University of Washington Extension, and regional conferences. She currently teaches at Richard Hugo House, the literary arts center in Seattle. She lives in Seattle with her daughter, Shaw, and Shaw's Chihuahua, Pepe. Curt Colbert is the author of the Jake Rossiter and Miss Jenkins mysteries. A Seattle native, Curt is also a poet and an avid history buff. Curt and his wife, Stephanie, live in a Seattle suburb under the thrall of their cat, Esmeralda.
After a few months of being the 'new kid' in Cypress City, Texas, Jimmy Stringer thinks he's finally fitting in. Then, his parents start arguing and can't seem to stop. Next thing, his dad, a captain in the Air Force, up and disappears on the night of the Summer Solstice. Rumors abound. Is Captain Stringer AWOL? Did he desert? Jimmy knows better, but he doesn't know where his dad has gone or why he didn't leave a note or some sign, if not for him, at least for his mom. Relying on the help of his two buddies, Lupe and Billy Ray, Jimmy makes it through a tough West Texas summer. Finally, school starts again. Walking home from a high school football game on the Autumnal Equinox, Jimmy sees an unusual shooting star appear to land behind a neighbor's house. The next day, he watches that neighbor's little Chihuahua, Elmer, explode in Mr. Cadwallader's barbershop. Nothing is at it should be, but something tells Jimmy it's all related to his dad disappearing, and, just maybe, he and his friends can put it together and get his dad back.