Ellen Miles’s Top 7 Popular and Famous Quotes

Seven of My Favourite Ellen Miles Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Ellen Miles’s Top 7 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Ellen Miles quotes to remember and here you will find 7 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Ellen Miles’s top 7 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“knew that she was picturing the lonely dogs at the shelter. She felt her own eyes fill up. Lizzie could remember so many times when she had left the shelter at the end of the day feeling so, so sorry for all the dogs she could not take home with her. But then Aunt Amanda shook her head. “Still, I just can’t let Pugsley drive all the other dogs crazy. Did you see him stealing everybody’s toys last time you were here? He kept stashing them over behind the slide. There must have been ten toys over there by the end of the day!” Lizzie nodded. “I saw,” she said. She had also seen Max and another dog, Ruby, sniffing all over, looking for their toys. Mr. Pest was a troublemaker, no doubt about it. But still. Pugsley was just a puppy. And he didn’t know any better because nobody had ever taught him the right way to behave. Maybe she, Lizzie, could help Pugsley become a dog that somebody would be happy to own. “What if I tried to train him a little bit, during the days when I’m here?” she asked Aunt Amanda. Aunt Amanda shook her head. “I think Ken is serious about giving him up,” she said. “Pugsley won’t be coming here anymore.” She put her hand on Lizzie’s shoulder. “I know you care,” she said. “So do I. But there’s really nothing we can do. Let’s go see what everybody’s up to. I think it’s time for some outdoor play.” Lizzie tried to smile. She loved taking the dogs outside to the fenced play yard out in back. “Can Pugsley come?” she asked. “Of course!” Aunt Amanda smiled back. “What fun would it be without Mr. Pest?” Then her smile faded. Lizzie knew what Aunt Amanda was thinking. And she agreed. Bowser’s Backyard just would not be the same without Pugsley around. Yes, it would be calmer. But it would not be as much fun. Aunt Amanda was right. “She’s right, isn’t she, Mr. Pest?” Lizzie said, when she found the pug in the nap room. He was quiet for once, curled up with Hoss on the bottom bunk. They looked so cute together! Lizzie sat down for a moment to pat the tiny pug and the gigantic Great Dane. They made such a funny pair! Aunt Amanda had told Lizzie that when she first opened Bowser’s Backyard she thought it would be a good idea to separate the big dogs from the little ones. But the dogs wanted to be together! They whined at the gates that kept them apart until Aunt Amanda gave up and let them all mingle. From then on, big dogs and little dogs wrestled, played, and napped together”
― Ellen Miles, Pugsley

 “That’s how we all feel about our dogs, isn’t it? They don’t have to be champions in the ring to be champions in our hearts.”
― Ellen Miles, Ziggy

“time to see what Molly was doing. At first he didn’t see her. Then he spotted the”
― Ellen Miles, Molly

 “from some of the Yankees when they all went to a baseball game together.”
― Ellen Miles, Flash

 “They’d even begun calling themselves “fruzzins”: friends plus cousins.”
― Ellen Miles, Liberty

 “Mr. Mason”
― Ellen Miles, Goldie

“how to”
― Ellen Miles, Goldie

7 Famous Quotes by Author Ellen Miles

7 quotes by Ellen Miles there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 7 greatest Ellen Miles quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Ellen Miles Quote. 

 

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