Dog Books

Books primarily about dogs.
Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs by Beeson.

Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs.

Cosy pictures of Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs and their parents that will remind you of puzzles and sandpails from long ago summers. A treasure in this condition.

$110.00

 

Taxi Dog by Barracca.

The Adventures of Taxi Dog.

A stray dog gets himself adopted by a taxi driver and drives around New York all day, every day. Artist's first book. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by artist with a little drawing of Taxi Dog.

$115.00

 

Kata by Cecil.

Kata, Son of Red Fang.

Kata's mother was a purebred German Shepard and his father one of the largest Canadian timber wolves ever seen. Kata gradually began to trust Jack's family and to help around their small farm. But as he grew older he had to chose between the wild and Jack's friendship.

$12.00

 

Mesaventures d'un Chien by Rabier.

Les Mesaventures d'un Chien.

Comic events in the life of a happy-go-lucky dog of uncertain breed with many drawings, half in colour.

$95.00

 

Lost and Found by Little.

Lost and Found.

New in her community, Lucy finds a little stray dog and names him Trouble. She and a new friend, Nan, try to find Trouble's owner; at first it seems as if no one else wants him.

$24.00

 

Pretzel and the Puppies by Rey.

Pretzel and the Puppies.

Bright two page cartoon stories about Pretzel, the longest dachshund in the world. It's amazing what a very long dachshund can do!

$150.00

 

Mrs. Dunphy's Dog by O'Neill.

Mrs. Dunphy's Dog.

A droll text and whimsical paintings tell about a dog who learns to read.

$38.00

 

Dog Toby by Bingham.

Dog Toby by Himself.

An autobiography in poetic form of a very curious dog, with a different Chapter on every page following him through his happy life. All pages are illustrated with large drawings in red, blue, yellow, green, and brown in a quality similar to a hardcover book, rather than a cloth book. Toby seems to be a smooth fox terrier, and in one of his adventures, wins first prize in a dog show.

$195.00

 

No-Sitch by Stong/Wiese.

No-Sitch: the Hound

No-Sitch is a strange-looking oversized pup with a voice like a cow, about two-feet-six in his bare feet, about three cats long. He is Bert's constant companion, even on a heapin'jitterish expedition to the old mill at night. By the very funny author of Honk the Moose, with perfect illustrations by Wiese for the text.

$25.00

 

Where is Sarah by Graham.

Where is Sarah?

A little book, with Graham's appealing line drawings, of a brother, a sister, and a Scottie named Theo adventuring in the tall grass. John looked for Sarah but then he forgot all about her. Theo deserted her for some soggy chips. The insects bit her tummy. Enough! Note: This book has been sold.

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$16.00

 

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