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  1. Illus. in full color.About the AuthorNatalie Standiford, author of "How to Say Goodbye in Robot," "Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters," and the popular "Space Dog" and "Dating Game" series, has written picture books, nonfiction, chapter books, teen novels, and even horror novels for young adults. Standiford also plays bass in the rock band Tiger Beat, with fellow YA authors Libba Bray, Daniel Ehrenhaft, and Barnabas Miller.
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  2. Grover loves his job looking after all the other rescue dogs at the animal shelter. But one day a new dog arrives who needs Grover’s help more than anyone before. Benji is blind. He longs for his own home, with humans for company all day. Finding the right place for Benji will be tricky. But when Grover's owner Annie takes Benji to a nursing home, they discover they might have found the perfect solution. What will happen to Benji? Where will he go?About the AuthorClaire Garth is a former primary school teacher. She now works as the PR and Marketing Manager at the Sydney Dogs and Cats Home. Claire adopted the real Grover in 2013 and she and Grover work to raise awareness about animal rescue.
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  3. Where's Mr Dog? is a delightful book for little ones, created by award winning Swedish illustrator, Ingela P Arrhenius, whose book Where's Mr Lion? was the winner of the Sainsbury's Children's Book Award 2017, in the UK. It features five beautifully illustrated spreads to show a series of friendly household animals including a cat, mouse, rabbit and a, dog hiding behind bright felt flaps. And there's a mirror on the final page just for fun. It's aperfect book to share with very little ones. Where's Mr Dog? features: Published by Nosy Crow books. Illustrated by Ingela P Arrhenius. 10 pages. Lift the felt flaps to reveal lovable animals. Excellent for developing fine motor skills. Dimensions: 18.5cm (l) x 18.5cm (h) x 2cm (w).
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  4. Reading stories to small children is one of the true joys of parenting. It's the time when you both inhabit the world of the imagination. Enhancing this experience is Happy Dog And Other Furry Friends - a touch feel book by Robyn Newton with illustrations by Rllie Boultwood. Children will love to touch and feel each googly-eyed dog in this humorous book. With tactile patches to touch and a funny rhyme to read, the friendly, furry characters are sure to entertain and amuse. The touch-and-feel textures and fingerprint embossing make these books engaging and interesting for children and adults alike. Happy Dog And Other Furry Friends features: Published by Priddy Books. Hardback. 14 pages. Written by Robyn Newton. Dogs created by Ellie Boultwood. Helps children learn different breeds of dogs. Improves fine motor skills. Dimensions: 23.2cm (l) x 20.9cm (h) x 2.2cm (w).
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  5. Back in 1957, Theodor Geisel responded to an article in Life magazine that lamented the use of boring reading primers in schools. Using the pseudonym of “Dr. Seuss” (Seuss was Geisel’s middle name) and only two hundred twenty-three words, Geisel created a replacement for those dull primers: “The Cat in the Hat.” The instant success of the book prompted Geisel and his wife to found Beginner Books, and Geisel wrote many popular books in this series, including “Hop on Pop, “ “Fox in Socks, “ and “Green Eggs and Ham.” Other favorite titles in this series are “Go, Dog, Go!” and “Are You My Mother?” by P. D. Eastman, “A Fly Went By, “ by Mike McClintock, and “Put Me in the Zoo, “ by Robert Lopshire. These affordable hardcover books combine large print, easy vocabulary, and large, bright illustrations in stories kids will want to read again and again. Grades 1 – Grades 2.
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  6. Warning- this book may cause flatulence! Walter is a wonderful dog, except for one small problem. Gas. He can’t help it. It’s just the way he is. Fortunately, Billy and Betty love him in spite of his gas problems. But Father says he’s got to go. He’s smelling up the house. Poor Walter. He’s going back to the dog pound tomorrow. How will he escape this terrible fate? The answer will have you rolling on the floor with laughter.
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  7. Ages 3+ Mrs. Dog is a farm dog at the end of her working life. She spends her days shadowing the steps of Tall-One - the farmer. When the pair discover an abandoned lamb one day, Mrs. Dog adopts the stray and the lamb becomes her surrogate pup,...
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  8. Dog is looking for his house - he knows his dog house is around here somewhere, but he can't seem to remember where to find it! Gorgeous illustrations by an up-and-coming illustrator, Katie Abey. Large format, extra-sturdy board books...
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  9. The Dog Book : A Minibombo Book
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  10. Boy Versus Rat Dog : The Lost World Circus Series : Book 4
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  11. The heroic hound with a real nose for justice now has a sidekick in the form of a super-cute kitten, and together they have a mysterious caper to sniff out! When a new kitty sitter arrives and a glamorous movie starlet goes missing, it's up to Dog Man and Cat Kid to save the day! Will these heroes stay hot on the trail, or will they be thrown off the scent and start barking up the wrong tree?
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  12. Meeting a new dog is exciting, but it can also be scary. This humorous how-to manual shows kids the best ways to interact with unfamiliar dogs, providing helpful tips about all sorts of dog behavior. Children often don’t understand what dogs’ actions mean and can misinterpret a threatening signal for a friendly one and vice versa. Kids and parents will return to Wendy Wahman’s playful illustrations again and again for useful reminders: Slow Down. Stay very still. And remember, don’t lick the dog!
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  13. Inside of a Dog -- Young Readers Edition : What Dogs See, Smell, and Know
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  14. Don't Lick the Dog : Making Friends with Dogs
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  15. Meet Fizz – the daring dog detective! Today Fizz starts his training to become an undercover police dog. The police dog tryouts were hard, and skills training will be even harder. But Fizz and his new friend Remi are given an extra challenge to test their detective skills. Trainee dogs are being injured and sent home. Sergeant Stern believes it’s no accident. He wants to know who is doing this and why. Fizz and Remi must solve the mystery, or they won’t graduate as undercover police dogs.
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  16. When Sergeant Ben Fulton’s family joins him on a cruise ship holiday, Ben, Josh, Maddie and Nan travel in luxury among the islands of the Caribbean while Caesar is in quarantine. But a gang who have broken out of a Cuban prison have other ideas. They hijack the massive ship and hold its three thousand passengers to ransom. With passengers of all nationalities in danger, only the United Nations can step in to help. Ben’s best friend, Charlie, and the rest of the GRRR team assemble. Charlie will need super-sniffing explosive detection dog Caesar with him as he parachutes in to sneak aboard the ship. Will Caesar and Ben be reunited in time to find the hidden explosive devices that threaten the ship? Can Operation Black Shark capture the modern-day pirates before it’s too late?
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  17. Will Docter Noel Zone's second book tell you how to combat a crocuum*? Yes.And reveal the secrets of the world's greatest (and only) Dangerologist? That Too.Has he written it yet? No.Is it because he's hiding in a wardrobe? Maybe.Docter Noel is facing his most terrifying situation ever - a little dog called Napkin has come to stay. That may not sound particularly dangerous, but every POD (Pupil of Dangerology) knows the only safe pet is a pet rock. So now Docter Noel is stuck in a wardrobe while Napkin wreaks havoc around the Dangerzone. And all the while Docter Noel is supposed to be writing his new very important handbook on Dangerology (Level 2).That is until the Pet of the Year competition is announced and Docter Noel hatches a plan to impress his neighbor Gretel. There's only one problem. Serial safety-flouter Max Wurst is the judge. . .For Docter Noel, it's never been clearer that Danger is still everywhere*A crocodile that looks like a vacuum cleaner that lives under the stairs.About the Author David O'Doherty: is a stand-up comedian, writer and regular guest on television shows such as QI, Have I Got News For You and Would I Lie To You? He has written two theatre shows for children, including one where he fixed their bicycles live on stage.
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  18. Read all about Clifford's BIG ideas! Classic Clifford reissued!It only takes a little to BE BIG! Meet Clifford and Emily Elizabeth in the original Clifford book! Clifford is big. Clifford is red. But most of all, Clifford knows how to BE A GOOD FRIEND. The BE BIG campaign invites everyone, big and small, to take action and raise awareness for how CLIFFORD'S BIG IDEAS can make the world a better place.
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