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Dog Tales

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Playful vignettes capture the hilarious antics of five spirited and individual dogs as they interact with each other and the children who care for them. Whether rolling in mud, being chased by a cat, or serenading the moon, these animals are in a constant flurry of activity. Each double page spread includes a brief rhyming description of typical canine activity, with all ...more
Published March 1st 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Aya Chadwick
Nov 10, 2013 Aya Chadwick rated it it was amazing
This book tells pretty much all what the dogs do. Good book to explain my daughter my dog's behavior. Or probably we can agree what saids in the book and laugh at it together. Must have book!
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Janet McLean is a kindergarten teacher and children's author. She grew up in Essendon, around Melbourne, Australia.
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