The Watching 2011


 The Watching: Corgi Christmas Miracles (2011) 

By Millie J. Williams

With original art by Lyn Hamer Cook, Sari Davies, Robin Faszold, Kay Folk, Karen Howell, Kim Hundley, Chris Landers, Ginnie Mickelson, Linda Ozelis, Diane Puntenney, Cindy Read, Cathy Santarsiero, John Scarinci, and Barbie Sonnett

“Theodore, a little Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy, and his best friend Julius, a blue merle Cardigan Welsh Corgi puppy, were ‘Onlies,’ young corgis with no siblings who had been sent to the Castle to learn how to get along with other animals—not always easy, especially for Theodore. Both puppies had arrived with mysteries, Theodore in an odd marking on his forehead and Julius in his plaintive calls for “Boy!” As Christmas approached, they joined the rest of the corgis and other animals at the Castle in preparing for a magical event called the Watching. They and the other First Watchers didn’t quite know what would happen in the special field far beyond the Castle walls, and neither Theodore nor Julius could have imagined the miracles that would await them there.”

The annual version of “The Watching” by Millie J. Williams, usually released for Christmas Eve, has become a tradition in corgidom, enjoyed each year by thousands of readers. Now we are happy to offer the new story for 2011, The Watching: Corgi Christmas Miracles

This new book is shipping now. Order soon to be sure you have your book in time for Christmas.

AVAILABLE: New holiday ornaments, magnets, a mug, and a tote bag from CorgiAid’s CafePress store featuring art fromThe Watching: Corgi Christmas Miracles. Much of the art is not holiday-related, so these lovely items can be enjoyed all year. They make great stocking stuffers and other gifts.

All net proceeds for these books (after printing and shipping) benefit CorgiAid. The books are only $20 each, which includes shipping, so order extras as gifts for all your animal-loving friends, young and old. International orders are $27 each.

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