Books primarily about dogs.
On each spread a full page picture in soft black, facing comments by Dennis on his experience in drawing the breed and further sketches of the subject. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD
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.
A rambling story built around red sight words in alphabetical order, air to zoo, in which kind dog tries to return his friends to the zoo. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.
Bright two page cartoon stories about Pretzel, the longest dachshund in the world. It's amazing what a very long dachshund can do!
A charming little book which is actually a first grade reader. Energetic little pictures of Bob and his Scottie dog. NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.
A droll text and whimsical paintings tell about a dog who learns to read.
In this cozy version, the old woman and her dog are great friends. This book has been SOLD
Cheerful aqua, gold, and brick-red animals and children dance through this book. Puss and Pup, the cat and dog heroes of these comic stories, go from one misadventure to another. (We wish we could show the pictures, but the book really is in unopened condition.)
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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.
A little wet puppy with big paws showed up in the rain, and he grew and grew. At last Mr. Picklepaw could stand his mischief and clumsiness no longer! (Probably a Great Dane puppy). By the author illustrator of Mr. Picklepaw's Popcorn. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by both authors on half title in 1971
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