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One book for $8 or better price: 3 books for $20 or best price: 6 books for $35. See bottom of page for ordering information.


Lucky Lessons- 2008   


Lucky Lessons tells about how we first got Lucky and all the things she enjoys doing every day, like fishing and visiting children and older people. At the end of the story, Lucky Lessons are listed for ages 4-7 and ages 8-95! Lucky is good at all of these lessons but I am still working on them. They include lessons for listening, patience,accepting others, eating healthy foods and exercising daily. Lucky practices her good behaviors every day. Parent and teacher discussion tips at end of each book!  (18 pages) 

  Happy Goes Lucky-2009

What make you jump out of bed every day? In this second book, Lucky thinks about all the kids she has met and wonders if they're all as happy-go-lucky as she is. She decides to notice all the little things in her life  that fill her with joy and this book encourages YOU to do the same! As Lucky points out, no one else can make you happy, but joyful moments happen every day. Don't let any get away! Parent letter and discussion questions included at end of book! 
(18 pages)    

Lucky for You!- 2011

     In this rhyming book, Lucky doesn't get her way when she wants to take a ride. But rather than staying upset, she remembers what her Irish mama always said: "Most things aren't problems unless you make them that way!"  And then Lucky's owner faces a challenge! We all have things that go wrong in life, but when we choose to see them as challenges, not problems, we can stay calm and think positive! Discussion questions at end of book. (22 pages) 

Lucky: Handle with Care- 2012

     In this rhyming book, Lucky notices the wonderful things that hands can do for people and pets. She trusts that all people have "good hands" and would never hurt her, their pets or each other. This book has a strong anti-bullying message. While our feelings can go up or down, it's our actions that are most important.  We can control our actions, including our words, by remembering to use the Lucky Quiet Signal. Last line: "When we treat all people as if they might break, we 'handle with care' and connections we make." Discussion questions at end of book! (18 pages)

                             


Lucky To Be Friends  2013
     In this book for all ages, Lucky sets an example of how to be a good friend. She listens and "just shows up" when we need her. She also understands that we all need friends even when we act mad. There may be other feelings underneath that anger so we shouldn't give up on people. In this book, we talk about being nice to everyone, not just "acting nice." Watching how people treat others can tell us a lot about them. No one wants to be talked about or left out. Most importantly, what message does hearing our name send to others? When they hear our name, do they feel "lucky to be our friend?" There is a strong anti-bullying message in this book.  (Discussion included. at end of book. 18 pages)


 I'd Rather Be Lucky Than Good!  2014
Do you or your children ever worry if you've been good enough? In this new Lucky Christmas book, Good is a dog who thinks he has to be perfect so he never leaves his "safe place." On the other hand, Lucky is used to going out and about to explore the world, and this book tells about some of her misadventures. As Christmas draws closer, Lucky questions whether she ought to play it safe like Good. Maybe her parents won't love her if she's made mistakes? Discussion questions in the back help explore what living a full life is all about and how trying to be perfect and worrying only interfere with living a happy life like Lucky!  ( 18 pages)


    CONTACT Mrs. Starewicz at nancy.starewicz@gmail.com  or call 219 805-1378 to view or order books.  They are a perfect gift for all ages and can be personalized and pawtographed by Lucky!  
           

27 comments:

  1. Lucky is astoundingly cute!I adore her books and the messages that the bring with them.thank you for sharing them with me!

    Sincerley,

    Julia Arnold

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    1. I always seem to write about something that has helped me be happier in life! Mrs. S.

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  2. lucky is such a good dog

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  3. I learned more about taking care of pets

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  4. I love lucky she is so cute!!!! Good Training. Thanks for bringing her in

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  5. Lucky is a cute dog and i also like the books you read to us

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  6. Lucky is so cute how does he get so fluffy i have a fluffy dog and he does't feel anything like him and how do you keep the treat on his nose i would like to know how to do this trick.Thanks for bringing lucky to HMS(Hobart Middle School)yesterday 10/23/12

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    1. We started by putting teaching her the word "no" and then we'd put the food closer and closer to her. We'd work on having her wait for longer and longer periods of time. You need to be very patient when training a dog and not all dogs will be able to do the same "tricks" and that's OK too!

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  7. I love lucky so much I love your books too.My favorite book is Lucky handle with care

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  8. Lucky is such a obeyed dog and listens to you only.He is also well trained and cute!!!!!!!!Thanks for coming in and bringing lucky in!!!

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  9. cool job even know i dont know you your blog talks all about you and lucky is a trained dog how my dog is not even that well trained can you give me some tips


    Jacob white 6 grade

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    1. Jacob,
      See above response for some training tips. You have to be very patient and work on one behavior at a time using lots of praise and some treats.

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  10. I'm not an expert but you have to have lots of patience and just work on one behavior at a time like "sit." Repeat it several times a day, and your dog may need a small treat and lots of praise at first. It just takes time but it pays off if you just work on a behavior a little each day!

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    1. Contact me by email and I can deliver books to you at school.

      Mrs. Starwicz nancy.starewicz@gmail.com

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  12. If you want to buy any of the Lucky books, you can email me at nancy.starewicz@gmail.com

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  13. i like the book how he like others .

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  14. I loved the book called "Lucky:Handel With Care" that one was really good!!!:)

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  15. lucky is an lucky dog and he is adorerable dog he is nice he smart hes cute and he trust other people

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  16. You should combine all of the books together and make one big hard covered book that tells everything about you and lucky together!!!
    And if you do get the chance of writing a book,can i get my name in it for the idea???
    -V.Estrada

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    1. Sure! But I will probably submit them to some publishers as a series. Thanks for your suggestion!

      Mrs. Starewicz

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  17. lucky is a beautiful dog he is nice she cares about other people and she doesnt fight other animals and she love to play around sometimes and she trust other peoples hands

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  18. lucky is a beatifuf dog and she is lucky

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    1. And we are "lucky" to own her!

      Mrs. Starewicz

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