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An unforgettable historical, high-octane adventure. South to rescue her older brother. South to war. The squad links up with the dino-mounted troops of the The ruined streets below are hunting grounds for rogue robots and Eaters. She understands why she's never met a human besides her father. She even understands why The Healing Spell. His master was out of sight "before our dog could persuade himself to leave the favourite objects of his allurement. Minus the long poems and some of the philosophical ramblings, this is a wonderful tale, with the moral directed more at dogs than at children!
Keeper remained in print during the next century and is often considered the first children's dog story. This is a charming little copy of the book, bright, supple, and pleasant to read, printed a few years before Elizabeth Newbery sold the firm to John Harris. Since Harris was her manager at the time this book was published, we'd like to think his later preference for entertaining and interesting children's literature can be seen in Keeper. Chancho's parents were a Boxer and a Mastiff, and he is an odd combination of the two.
His poor master is so sad when the crops fail and Chancho wants desperately to help out. Perhaps if he could whistle? He finds a tin whistle in the grass but swallows it accidentally and Pablo is so frightened of the sound his dog makes, he bolts the door against him. The little girls return Mr. Applegate's lost wet dog. He keeps running back to them but Mother says "we must not keep what does not belong to us, though we may want to badly.
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. Click on the photos to see a much larger copy, often better quality. All books on these topic lists with jackets have Brodart archival protectors.
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Check here daily. What are Rare Children's Books? Shopping cart View your shopping cart. Dog Books Picture books and juveniles about dogs, both realistic and imagined. The Tale of Terrible Towser. By: anon. Body: Towser wrote this book about his eventful two weeks in the country, day by day. Condition: CONDITION: Very Good Plus; no names, tight, a little rubbing at spine ends and along spine creases, spine is wrinkled from bindery; boards are very clean, straight and bright, pages darkening, plates nice, all interior crisp and clean. Control Number: The Bobtail Puppy Book. By: Aldin, Cecil.
Body: An introduction by the Puppy reveals his unease about his docked tail. Publishing Data: London: Humphrey Milford, no date  early reprint; tan paper boards with tan cloth spine, red titles, large hairy puppy trotting along in the wind; 8. In Town ABC. Body: Some glimpses of turn of the century dog breeds in this ABC: poodle, bulldogs, terriers, dachshunds, young Saint or Landseer puppy and some sweet kittens, too.
Publishing Data: Raphael Tuck and Sons Ltd, Father Tuck's "The Field and Farm" Series; ,; shiny illustrated boards with boy in a blue suit and his dog looking in a toystore window, on the back a mother rocking her baby; oblong 8. The Pussycat Princess. By: Anthony, Edward. Body: "The Pussycat Princess asks and receives from her royal father permission to go out into the world, taking whatever risks may befall, but for one night only.
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The Adventures of Taxi Dog. By: Barracca, Debra and Sal. Body: A stray dog gets himself adopted by a taxi driver and drives around New York all day, every day. Publishing Data: Dial, , 6th. Shiny full colour pictorial jacket, 11x8. Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs.
By: Beeson, Helen K. Body: Cosy pictures of Pussy Cats and Puppy Dogs and their parents that will remind you of puzzles and sandpails from long ago summers. Publishing Data: Whitman, probably 1st printing, none of "large picture book style" titles listed on back flap are post ; paper boards with kitten and puppy children being read aloud to by parents, on dark blue background with orange spine, in jacket identical to boards, folio.
Condition: CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; gift inscription under flap; a nice copy with 3" along bottom board edges rubbed through; in jacket with some rubbing and cracks in navy blue background and soil along edgeworn top but no tears or chips on this very large book. Additional postage required for priority or international. The Seashore Noisy Book. By: Brown, Margaret Wise.
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Body: Little Muffin hears everything, but he had never heard the sea. The Story of Woofin-Poofin. By: Buller, Marguerite. Body: How a little Staffordshire dog finds his true master and home, with plays along the way from the toyshop to the home of the charwoman's son. Condition: CONDITION: Good Minus; traces of small erased name and bookplate removal on ffep, soiled boards very worn all around to card, spot and pull tear on back, interior clean and bright, without marks or wrinkles, except for one loose plate, neatly reinserted but missing half inch off the bottom.
By: Cecil, Patricia. Body: Kata's mother was a purebred German Shepard and his father one of the largest Canadian timber wolves ever seen. Publishing Data: Philadelphia: John C. Until he gets a surprising letter from the mail carrier who wants to be his person!!
Written in letter format, this is a sweet story that teachers can use to model both letter writing and persuasive writing. This comforts her. From the authentic voice of Lola to the mixed media artwork, these stories are a favorite. In this story, Lola wants a dog! She even pretends to be a dog. Lola knows what will make the perfect dog —it must be more sniffy than barky, and hop, and have nice ears.
Funny enough, the pet store has exactly the dog she wants! Which looks surprisingly like a rabbit.