Lockwood Authors - B
1. Barbara Lockwood (Religious)
Bible Surprises (1988). Published by Chariot Family Pub. ISBN 1555131204
Jesus, You're My Friend (1992). ISBN 1555137431. Age Level Baby & Preschool
2. Barbara Lockwood (Dog Care)
Margaret Rothery Sheldon and Barbara Lockwood first met while serving with the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry in England during World War II. Their partnership in Poodles began in 1945, and they gave the name Rothara to their strain. This was taken as a mixture of their Christian names, Rothery and Barbara. Rothara Poodles have gained considerable success wherever they have been shown. Margaret Sheldon and Barbara Lockwood have collaborated in the writing of eight books about dogs. The books have become bestsellers in England; the first, entitled "Poodles," having sold over 90,000 copies. In the last ten years or so they have both turned their activities to judging, Margaret Sheldon having several times judged both Miniature Poodles and Toy Poodles, "Nina" and "Roxie," the result of ten generations of pure, unbroken white breeding.
POODLE GUIDE (1968) with Margaret Sheldon. 248 pages. Published by Pet Library Ltd. ISBN 0-87826-420-5. "Pet Library’s Poodle Guide" is a culmination of all these years of devotion to a single breed, covering all phases of the Poodle world from whelping the puppy through rearing, training, showing, breeding and, finally, care of the aged Poodle. Every detail is lobingly covered with a unique insight possible only to persons so conversant with the breed. The latest methods are explained in detail, so simply that the beginner can enjoy and understand them, while even the experienced breeder will find much that is new.
All About Poodles (1970 with many reprints) with M.Sheldon and M.Geddes. 224 pages. Published by Pelham Books. Over 50 black and white photo type pictures and many, many line drawings, showing construction and clipping etc. Subjects covered include Early History-The Standard of the Breed-Miniature Poodles - Toy Poodles - Selecting a Puppy -First Aid - Clipping and Equipment - Lion Clip -Royal Dutch Clip- Lamb Clip -Mating - Whelping - Hand Rearing -Showing etc.,
Clipping Your Poodle (1961 with reprints) with Margaret Rothery Sheldon; Published by Foyle Books (London). 96 pages. In this book, Mrs Sheldon and Miss Lockwood have put on paper a great deal of the knowledge that was imparted to the many students who attended the celebrated Poodle Management Courses which they held for some years at the Rothara Poodle Kennels. After some hundreds of students had taken this Course, the authors retired from such concentrated activities, removing to a delightful spot on the River Pang in the Thames Valley where they continued their great interest in poodle breeding with a small but very select kennel of Miniature and Toy Poodles.
POODLES (1957 with many reprints) with Margaret Sheldon. Published by W. G. Foyle Ltd., London. 94 pages. Contents include early poodle history, poodle fashions, choosing a poodle puppy, rearing the young poodle, training the poodle, care of the poodle coat, poodle clipping, poodle breeding, the first poodle litter, the small kennel of poodles, dog shows and procedure, some poodle tales, poodles and obedience training. The kennel club stand of the breed, poodle clubs of Great Britain, blibliography.
DOGS AND HOW TO SHOW THEM (1967) with M. Sheldon and B. Lockwood. Published by Pelham Book published in London. 117 pages. Contents include Priciples, Training, Shows and Class Definitions, Documentaiton, Judging, Entries, Preparation, Ring Procedure and more
POODLE OWNER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA (1965) with Margaret Sheldon. 156 pages.
The Toy Breeds (1970) with Margaret Sheldon. Published by Pelham Books.120 pages. Includes many aspects of Chihuahuas, English Toy Terriers, Griffons, Italian Greyhounds, Japanese, King Charles and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Maltese, Miniature Pinschers, Papillons, Pekingese, Pomeranians, Pugs, Yorkshire Terriers and Toy Poodles.
DOGS AND HOW TO GROOM THEM (1968) with MARGARET ROTHERY SHELDON Published by Pelham Books Ltd. Printed in Great Britain by Northumberland Press Limited, Gateshead. 138 pages.
BREEDING FROM YOUR POODLE (1963) with Margaret Sheldon. Published by Foyles Handbooks. 103 pages. ISBN 0668-02377-5. Everything you need to know: from planning the litter, selecting the stud dog and mating, to whelping and weaning the puppies
All about Cross-breeds and Mongrels (1971). with Margaret Sheldon. Published by Pelham. 124 pages. Many prospective dog -owners feel they would prefer a good cross-breed or mongrel dog, to the highly bred pedigree animal. The authors discuss the points for and against a dog of mixed breeding or even and out and out "Heinz" dog. They advise new owners on how to choose a healthy puppy and how to rear the youngster into a well trained reliable family dog.There is also a section on how the law deals with delinquent dogs and their owners, and information about some societies. This 124 page book is very comprehensive, dealing with feeding, breeding, diseases, training and much more
First Aid for your Dog (1974) with Margaret Sheldon. Published by Foyles. 86 pages. Chapters include: Hygiene and Prevention of Disease, The Medicine Cupboard and Practical Nursing, Nursing the Sick Dog, Virus Diseases in Dogs, First Aid in Emergencies, First Aid in Everyday Ailments, Routine Maintenance, Ears, Eyes, Teeth and Nails, Pests and Skin Diseases, Tonics, Appetisers and Invalid Foods plus Care of the Old Dog
VIMS DOG CARE BOOK (1966) with Margaret Sheldon. Published by Pelham Books. 127 pages. Chapters:- What kind of a Puppy, Choosing the right puppy, Training your puppy, Obedience Training, Your Dog’s Toilet, Feeding your dog, Nursing your dog, Injury, illness and disease, Parasites, Mating your bitch, Breeding from your bitch, Showing your dog, Your dogs and the law, Care of the aged dogs, Especially for children
3. Bill Lockwood
THE DEAVER – LOCKWOOD DEBATE (1998). Paperback, 218 pages.Mac Deaver & Bill Lockwood debate the work of the Holy Spirit, January 5 - 9, 1998 at the meetinghouse of the Robertson County church of Christ in Springfield, Tennessee. The propositions were: #1 - The word of God teaches that the Holy Spirit directly helps (in conjunction with the word and never separate and apart from it) the inward man of the faithful child of God. Affirms: Mac Deaver Denies: Bill Lockwood #2 - The word of God teaches that the Holy Spirit influences man only by means of the word of God. Affirms: Bill Lockwood Denies: Mac Deaver
4. Brad Lockwood
Brad Lockwood was born in 1970 and raised in Little Valley, New York. He has one daughter, Haylei, and lives in Buffalo. After witnessing firsthand the rise and fall of the dot-coms, he was inspired to write the novel Wink to its many casualties.
The Case Cutlery Dynasty (2005). ISBN 1574324632. 320 pages. The Case Cutlery Dynasty: Tested XX is the extraordinary story of America's oldest and largest family of knife makers. Since the Civil War, four generations of relations have started over 30 cutlery companies, creating some of the most collected knives in the world. Their products are as rugged as the masters who made them. The Case family was, and remains, a melting pot of personalities - some as wild as the West they helped to settle. The book is written by a Case descendant, Brad Lockwood, who is an award-winning author of four books and was raised in Little Valley, New York - once known as 'The Village of Knives.' Covering 140 years of artisans in business, all related by blood but fiercely competitive, The Case Cutlery Dynasty shows how history becomes mythology over time, money is sometimes thicker than blood, and how a single family from humble beginnings came to dominate an important American industry.
Sellout (2000). 107 pages. ISBN 0970632304. "Sellout" is the strange tale of a bored loner being dragged into wholesale experience. His new friends, Viv and Jazz, teach him that being a do-er is far richer than being a say-er; and the narrator, Gill, doesn't realize they have made him an accomplice until it's too late.
Wink (2003). 340 pages. ISBN 0595259251. Enter the world of two high tech nomads, leap job-to-job in their shoes, until finding those who need you more than you want to know... Wink is the humorous yet profound story of two post-dot-com software developers. Prostituted by their placement pimp Sally, the two work only to benefit their bank accounts. Their fickle loyalty catches-up with them when they are offered the opportunity to establish a software development firm for a distinguished gentlemen s club. Now bosses instead of overly-demanding developers, roles suddenly reversed, they must quickly find bill-able hours for their quirky new staff and build the work environment of their dreams; but one that is actually productive. They soon realize that the company and technology they have created is being used for greed Even more rampant than their own. Now they must make the first important decision of their otherwise worthless careers, and live or die with the consequences.
5. Brocton Lockwood