Celebrates the common traits shared by babies and dogs, revealing how both sit, play ball, cuddle, and smile.
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The beloved Busy Animals board book series has an irresistible new look! These busy doggies will have toddlers gnawing and pawing, lapping and napping, and tugging and hugging. Young children will love to imitate the many actions the doggies are doing, while the vivid, full-color photographs will keep them engaged time after time. Join the fun!
Some advice on how to rescue the pet budgie, when the dog wants to eat it! and how to bath the dog, how to train the dog, walk the dog,etc. please buy books so that i can have funds for hungry doggies. Thank you
This is a story about the relationship between two dogs that are like brothers. Their real names are Otis (Mr. Snuggles) and Ralphie (Mr. Tails.) The story came to mind from watching the two interact with each other as they each have very distinct personalities much like siblings do. At the same time, I wanted to write a childrens story that is rich in vocabulary and enriching to a childs imagination in addition to being entertaining. While it is a story about two dogs, it is also a social story that is written to give parents a frame of reference to help teach their child about sibling relationships and social skills in a playful and fun way.
- Author : Jean E. Cutler
- Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
- Release Date : 2018-06-28
- Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
- Pages : 64
- ISBN : 9781480946392
Apples, Oranges, Beans and Peas, Dancing Doggies and Singing Bees By: Jean E. Cutler When Ben’s brother, Noah, hesitates to eat his fruit and vegetables, Ben tells his brother about a happy family of fruits and vegetables that can help to keep him healthy and growing. Ben the Storyteller weaves a tale in Apples, Oranges, Beans and Peas, Dancing Doggies and Singing Bees and opens Noah’s eyes to a world where apples and oranges sing, the doggies dance, and the bees buzz around frolicking peas. There are many lessons to be learned in Apples, Oranges, Beans and Peas, Dancing Doggies and Singing Bees. The fruits and vegetables must learn to get along with each other and the entire orchard community. It is only when they get along in a family as part of a balanced diet that they can help children like Ben and Noah stay healthy. Everyone must learn to be kind and to eat their fruits and vegetables. Written in rhymes accompanied by delightful illustrations, Apples, Oranges, Beans and Peas, Dancing Doggies and Singing Bees can be read as a book or performed as a play for the enjoyment of the whole family or classroom.
A short story in the Floppy and Bertie series aimed at children aged 6-8 The story follows two teddies called Floppy and Bertie who go to London and visit Buckingham Palace. Trouble is in store as they get lost in the Palace! However, help is at hand when they are found by the Queen's corgis.
Twenty Doggies or the Dogs Who Owned Us! "covers" most of the dogs who "owned" the McFalls. Every dog has its own personality and physiognomy (looks!). We loved them all.
The Adventures of the 4 Weiner Doggies is based on the true lives of Peanut, Butter, Jelly, and Honey who are residents of Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A. Peanut, Butter, Jelly, and Honey love each other so much - every day they walk together, eat together, play together, and fall asleep together. They are inseparable little girls who are so loyal and dedicated to each other but yet are mischievous continuously! Peanut and Jelly are full sisters and Butter and Honey are half sisters. They have become lifelong sisters who enjoy each other's love and affection. Stay tuned for the sequel book of the Adventures of the 4 Weiner Doggies when Peanut, Butter, Jelly, and Honey experience their first overseas vacation together in Europe - Silly Honey tries to compose herself when she visits her first German Hofbrauhaus.
One day a young girl's little doggy darts out into a rainstorm and he refuses to come back inside. What will happen next when six more soggy doggies join in on the fun!?
Loyal, intelligent, and super-strong, Krypto the Superdog is not just man's best friend, he's Superman's best friend! Follow his adventures on Earth and beyond with this fun series.
- Author : Jeremy Greenberg
- Publisher : Andrews McMeel Publishing
- Release Date : 2011-10-11
- Genre : Pets
- Pages : 64
- ISBN : 9781449413996
Inside Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe, writer and comedian Jeremy Greenberg presents a collection of 50 laugh-out-loud letters and accompanying full-color photographs that explain Fido's love of funky smells, why a ball needs to be thrown again, and practically every other lovably loony canine characteristic. From an impassioned plea to stop the silly nicknames, to an attempt to skip a bath, to explanations for stolen shoes and swiped sandwiches, Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe offers a pooch's perspective on common canine vs. human cohabitation conundrums. Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe is the perfect gift for dog lovers and anyone who appreciates hilarious (and so true!) insights into dog--and human--nature.
God Made Doggies is an adorable and silly story that any animal lover will enjoy. God made doggies with lots of purposes and this book just about covers every single one! The rhyming words and youthful spirit of this books makes it loved by every child. Jess hopes you love this book almost as much as we all love our doggies!
Every dog owner needs a cookbook to store all the best recipes for all kind of dog treats and there's no better time to try them out than during Christmas season. This cookbook will give you 20 delicious recipes to start with and 28 more pages to write down your own recipes. Each recipe page has plenty of space for notes so you can adjust recipes to your dog's liking. At the end of the book you will find some useful tips and tricks how to decorate your Christmas cookies with dog friendly frostings, icings and decorations. Please note: Recipes in this book are for treats only and should NOT replace your dog's regular meals. All ingredients mentioned are perfectly safe for healthy dogs but it's always a good choice to consult your vet before introducing new food into your dog's diet.
New York Times bestselling author and photographer of Underwater Dogs Seth Casteel is back with brand new photographs! Dive into the world of colors with Underwater Doggies Colors, a vibrant board book teaching color identification through a combination simple text and Seth Casteel's trademark hilarious portraits of dogs swimming underwater. With rhymes accompanying the photographs of exuberant pooches chasing after their favorite toys, this concept board book edition will make a splash with readers of all ages.
Charles Gadd served in Vietnam in late 1967 and 1968 and had experiences very similar to what most enlisted men endured. He describes the mud, blood, leeches, loss of friends, and low morale due to constant harassment by guerrillas. The author, a squad leader with the 101st Airborne, was wounded twice and saw nearly constant action in the Central Highlands. This memoir is a vivid and accurate description of the Vietnam War. “I must explain that this story is written in the first person in order to depict more clearly the horror, fear, joy, and sorrow that practically every line doggie experienced during his tour in one of history’s most unpopular wars. Millions of other stories are even more dramatic than those in this book, and every trooper who carried a rifle and rucksack in Vietnam now carries around in his own mind a book full of stories similar to these. Written some sixteen years after it took place, this story tells how I envisioned the Vietnam War during the late 1960s. I was young and inexperienced and had no doubts that my country was doing the right thing by its involvement in this faraway land. I knew practically nothing about the political relationship between this small country and mine, and merely accepted the fact that “we were right” and “they were wrong” and that was that. Being a product of the post-World War II baby boom, I was brought up hating communism even though I knew very little about it. Serving a year in Vietnam instilled in me the knowledge that communism was truly a reign of horror, and though I still feel our cause was just, I now have doubts and questions that I fear may forever go unanswered.” —Charles Gadd, from the Author’s Note