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Books Worth Reading

AIREDALE TERRIER (Pet Owner's Guide)

by Janet Huxley

Airedale Terriers (Complete Pet Owner's Manuals)

by Dorothy M. Miner

Life to the Max: Maxims for a Great Life by a Dog named Max

by Max (as told to his mom, Robin Reynolds)

The Working Airedale

by Bryan Cummins

To Aire is Divine

More stories by members of Airedale-L; Edited by Sherry Rind

Second volume in a series.

The first volume, Houses Full of Laughter!, is out of print

"Airedales: the Oorang story"

by Bryan Cummins

The newest book from the author of "The Working Airedale." It is in two parts. The first is a general section about the Airedale in all his glory and history. The second part deals exclusively with the Oorang Kennels and its history. Available from AireCanada It is 170 pp, has 73 archival and contemporary photographs. The cover is a color illustration, drawn by Daws, of Ch. Rockley Oorang (from a post card). The back cover is an Oorang kennels post card of a little boy and an Airedale in the snow.

Aire Town hardcover

by Cyn Mobley

The Airedale Terrier Today

by Janet Huxley

The Lost Champion

by Larry Wertan

The story of a champion Airedale terrier who is the lone survivor of a small plane crash in the rocky mountain wilderness of Idaho and a 12 year old farm girl who was born to be his best friend. In the background looms the menace of Heavy Metal - a giant killer hog - The result of a genetics experiment gone bad. The Lost Champion is an action packed story that explodes with spirit, heart, love and a stand up, cheering, crying finish. A new American Classic about a girl and her Airedale!

International Grand Crown

by Larry Wertan

The story of a boy, a champion Airedale terrier, and a tough old Army sergeant. Their goal is the International Grand Crown, the national championship of dog showing. Their quest together renews the old man's faith in life and teaches the boy not to be afraid. 

The Airedale for Work and Show

A. F. Hochwalt

The Airedale for Work and Show, a 1921 reprint by A. F. Hochwalt, is a valuable link in the history of the Airedale Terrier that no enthusiast should be without! The book is filled with facts and lore of the Airedale's early days in America as well as several pages of carefully reproduced photographs. Hochwalt provides great detail on early breeders, bloodlines, and the progenitors of the breed. This reprint of Hochwalt's 1921 book opens a window to the past in the fascinating and sometimes startling evolution of the American Airedale. 

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