bancro72, July 23, 2008 (view all comments by bancro72)
A humorous and tenderhearted look into what dogs really think of themselves. The whole family, including grandparents, enjoyed this book -- it is a fabulous read-aloud, especially for dog lovers.
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shindo796, June 29, 2007 (view all comments by shindo796)
This book tells adorable tales of different kinds of puppies. The illustrations are beautiful and unique and the stories are brief and quite amusing to children. My boyfriend's five year old daughter loves this one!
A Newberry Medal winner and her daughter ask a collection of canines to speak up in their own words. The dogs have plenty to say because it's a dog's life filled with squeaky toys, mischief, pie, plenty of naps, tails to wag, and tales to tell. Full color.
by Harper Collins,
Gus herds his people like sheep.
Abby loves borrowing slippers.
And once, Mr. Beefy ate a pie.
It's a dog's life. Filled with squeaky toys, mischief, and plenty of naps. Every dog has a tail to wag and a tale to tell. Patricia MacLachlan and Emily MacLachlan Charest asked this collection of canines to speak up with their own words, barks, and yips.
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