3 edition of If I had a dog. found in the catalog.
If I had a dog.
by Child"s Play (International) Ltd in (Swindon) ((Restrop Manor, Purton, Swindon, Wilts.))
Written in English
|Series||A Child"s Play stretch book, Child"s Play stretch books|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||Fold board book ((1),16p.) :|
|Number of Pages||16|
Literature has long had a love affair with dogs. Granted, we do see the occasional literary cat, such as Vicki Myron's Dewey, a tale about a library cat, or Crookshanks, Hermione's cantankerous orange companion in the Harry Potter novels, but by and large, dogs in literature must outnumber their feline counterparts 10 to one. Take John Grogan's Marley & Me for example. Maxine longs for a dog. Any dog will do. Her big brother, Hugh, understands and teaches her that there is more to having a dog than patting it and loving it. Carefully researched and veterinarian-approved, If I had a dog is a satisfying way for children to learn how to respect and get along safely with man' best friend -- .
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It can be tough to remember the title and author of a book you read a long time ago Author: Gwen Glazer. You Had Me at Woof celebrates the joy a four-legged friend brings to the family in a new, special way.
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