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E. B. White on Dogs

by Teresa Scollon

While writing numerous animal characters in his children’s books, E. B. White also scribed humorous biographical essays documenting his observations of man’s best friend—collected here. E. B. White has been called a defining voice... Read More

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The Miracle of Sam

by Tom Bevier

There’s a lot of imagined doggy talk in "The Miracle of Sam", a heartfelt story of a couple in Sedona, Arizona, and the canine companion who renews their lives. As Andy Rooney once quipped, “If dogs could talk it would take a lot of... Read More

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My Name Is Moses

by Cheryl Hibbard

Books “written” by animals are nothing new. Even Black Beauty was told in first person by a very special horse back in the late 1870s. Robert (Bob) Hart has published "My Name Is Moses" on behalf of Moses the cat, the almost-human... Read More

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Successful Tails

by Sheila M. Trask

Healers come in many forms. Some wear white coats, other have wagging tails. Many of the latter are celebrated by Patricia H. Wheeler in this uplifting book about therapy dogs and the people they help. Wheeler is an experienced educator... Read More

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Learning to Live with Fritz

by Lisa Romeo

Dogs can be so much more than, well, dogs. Best friends and companions, too, they are often the subject of delightful stories that make for fun reads and entertaining, tear-jerking, films. Learning to Live with Fritz: Disgruntled Angel... Read More

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Pets at the White House

by Cheryl Hibbard

In "Pets at the White House", Jennifer Boswell Pickens offers a delightful series of anecdotes and photographs of our nation’s First Pets, creating an endearing volume that will appeal to animal lovers and presidential theorists alike.... Read More

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My Amazing Average Dog

by Julie Eakin

Part journal, part traditional book, My “Amazing“ Average Dog invites its readers—the target audience is tweens who already have a dog or want a dog—to participate in its making by asking a series of irresistible questions. The... Read More

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Kitty Cornered

by Lee E. Cart

In his humorous new book about his life with six felines, Tarte writes, “By then I had long since recovered from my early misconception that cats were either devious creatures or as mellow as stuffed toys. They were both, and much... Read More

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