THE DOG WHO LOVED

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The Dog Who Loved A Queen

Author : Jackie French
ISBN : 9780730444152
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Book 2 in the Animal Stars series - where history comes alive through the eyes of special animals. To outsiders, Mary is a queen and a threat, but to her devoted dog Folly, she is his world to the world outside her luxurious prison, Mary Queen of Scots is either a shameless beauty who killed her husband, or the rightful queen of England and Scotland, tragically held captive by Elizabeth the First. But to the dog who loved her, Mary is simply his mistress, and the centre of his life. While Mary desperately plots to seize both her freedom and the throne, her dog Folly's world is one of chasing mice behind the tapestries and enjoying turkey legs with quinces for supper. Until the day comes when they try to take his Queen away ... Based on the true story of the dog who was with Mary when she died, the Dog Who Loved a Queen is a fascinating tale of religious bigotry, plots and passion - and the unquestioning loyalty of a small Scottish terrier.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Dog Who Loved

Author : Jon Katz
ISBN : 9781407081052
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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As Izzy settles down to life on Bedlam Farm, Jon is amazed that all signs of the troubled rescue dog who first arrived have disappeared. More than this, the Border collie demonstrates an uncanny sensitivity to, and tenderness towards, humans who are troubled or ill. Izzy's unusual gift leads Jon off the farm and into new, extraordinary friendships, as they together begin volunteer hospice work. Izzy shows Jon what dogs can do for people at our most desperate times. But the work isn't easy, and Jon is reminded that at times he is needy himself. Enter Lenore, a glossy jet-black Labrador retriever puppy, whose seemingly boundless capacity for love reminds Katz why he'd come to the farm in the first place - and why he'd devoted so much of his life to working with dogs. The Dog who Loved is a moving and inspiring story of love, compassion, and the incredibly rich and complex relationships between dogs and humans. Please note, The Dog who Loved is the UK title for the book published in the US as Izzy and Lenore.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Dog Who Loved Too Much

Author : Nicholas H. Dodman
ISBN : 9780553375268
Genre : Pets
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An examination of canine behavioral disorders shares often humorous case studies that offer reassurance to troubled pet owners and address such conditions as growling and separation anxiety
Category: Pets

The Dog Who Loved The Moon

Author : Cristina Garcia
ISBN : PSU:000063764611
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When her dog becomes lovesick for the moon, a young Cuban girl and her uncle call the moon down to give the dog a kiss, with surprising results.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Dog Who Loved Coffee

Author : Camille Lancaster
ISBN : 0578515970
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In a small town in Missouri, there lives Oakie. Frequently visiting the Downtown Coffee Shop near his apartment, Oakie has become part of the daily coffee culture. Meeting friends along the way who eat bugs, nuts, cheese, and even stale cupcakes, Oakie realizes he is just a dog who loves coffee.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Dog Who Loved Red

Author : Anitha Balachandran
ISBN : 1935279831
Genre : Colors
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Raja loves red! Red slippers, red shawls, red socks... But when he spots his friend Champ's lost red ball in Mr. Mehta's garden, he has to brave a whole rainbow of obstacles to recover the ball and save the day!
Category: Colors

Dog Scooter The Sport For Dogs Who Love To Run

Author : Daphne B. Lewis
ISBN : 1411657063
Genre : Pets
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"Dog Scooter" is a how-to book and an introduction to the sport of dog scootering. It describes the sport, the equipment needed including the dog himself, and how to train the dog. There are numerous photos and mini-articles from people practicing the sport with their dogs.
Category: Pets

The Dog Who Loved Cucumbers

Author : Lori Gayle Bailey
ISBN : 9781449024574
Genre : Fiction
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Lucy loves cucumbers! But when she runs off to find a garden full of them, she finds things she doesn't like and she learns a valuable lesson about life and cucumbers!
Category: Fiction

The Dog Who Loved Tortillas

Author : Benjamin Alire Saenz
ISBN : 9781933693781
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This is a bilingual book for kids and dogs and even their parents. Like all kids, Little Diego and his big sister Gabriela argue over their new dog Sofie. She belongs to me, says Diego. No, she’s mine, says Gabriela. It’s only when Sofie gets really sick that they find out who their tortilla-loving pup really belongs to. Once again, Benjamin Alire Sáenz shows he understands the chemistry and dynamics of family, this time with a dog stirring up the recipe. The illustrations for The Dog Who Loved Tortillas are by Geronimo Garcia, who created the characters of Little Diego and Gabriela first introduced in Sáenz’s early best-selling title A Gift from Papá Diego (sixty thousand copies in print). Benjamin Alire Sáenz received three starred Publishers Weekly reviews in 2008—one for his young adult novel He Forgot to Say Goodbye (Simon & Schuster) and two for his illustrated book A Perfect Season for Dreaming (Cinco Puntos Press). Long at the forefront of the emerging Latino literature in the United States, he has received both the Wallace Stegner and Lannan fellowships, and he is a recipient of the American Book Award. His young adult novel Sammy & Juliana in Hollywood was named one of the Top Ten Best Books for Young Adults in 2005. Saenz lives in El Paso, Texas. Geronimo Garcia is a highly successful and internationally recognized graphic designer. He lives in El Paso, Texas.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Mister And Lady Day

Author : Amy Novesky
ISBN : 9781328694454
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Billie Holiday—also known as Lady Day—had fame, style, a stellar voice, big gardenias in her hair, and lots of dogs. She had a coat-pocket poodle, a beagle, Chihuahuas, a Great Dane, and more, but her favorite was a boxer named Mister. Mister was always there to bolster her courage through good times and bad, even before her legendary appearance at New York’s Carnegie Hall. Newton’s stylish illustrations keep the simply told story focused on the loving bond between Billie Holiday and her treasured boxer. An author’s note deals more directly with the singer’s troubled life, and includes a little-known photo of Mister and Lady Day!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction