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Bad Dog, Marley!by John Grogan
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Mommy, Daddy, Cassie, and Baby Louie welcome Marley, their new Labrador pup, into their family. But Marley doesn't stay a tiny puppy for long. He grows and grows, and the bigger Marley gets, the bigger trouble he gets into. Big, bad-boy trouble. Whether it's chewing Mommy's reading glasses or swallowing Daddy's paycheck, Marley is a dog like no other. He tries to be a good dog, honest he does, but everything he tries ends up bad. Then one day Marley goes too far. Will this family have to find a new home for their big, crazy, pure-hearted dog?
Inspired by John Grogan's bestselling memoir, Marley & Me, this heartwarming story shows that loving someone, flaws and all, can reap huge rewards.
In this original picture book based on the #1 "New York Times" bestselling memoir "Marley & Me," a family welcomes the high-energy puppy, Marley, to their family. Cowdrey's warm illustrations bring the story of this rambunctious dog to life.
Scout, the lovable puppy of Puppy Diaries fame, stars in her own picture book
Poor Scout. She wants so much to make friends with the other dogs at the dog park. She tries all her best puppy tricks--splashing, playing keepaway--but the older dogs ignore her. At the end of the day, she still has only one friend: her favorite toy, Baby. But Scout is determined to win over the other dogs, and she will, even if she does it in her own special, goofy way.
Sisters Jill Abramson and Jane O'Connor have collaborated on this warm and funny picture book based on Jill's popular New York Times blog and book, Puppy Diaries, and told in Scout's charmingly clueless voice.
About the Author
John Grogan is an award-winning newspaper columnist and a former editor in chief of Organic Gardening magazine. His #1 international bestseller Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog has been adapted into the #1 bestselling picture book Bad Dog, Marley! and the bestselling middle-grade memoir Marley: A Dog Like No Other. John lives with his wife and three children, and their new dog, Gracie, in the Pennsylvania countryside.
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