Dog Eat Dog by Laurien Berenson
Welcome to an elite Connecticut kennel club where shocking secrets
gnaw at the best of the breed and competition has a sharp—and
As if raising her son Davey, training her
rambunctious Poodle Faith for the show ring, and grooming fellow handler
Sam Driver for romance aren't enough, Melanie Travis's entrée into the
exclusive Belle Haven Kennel Club has been met with a grisly murder.
Unfortunately, the only witnesses to the crime were the victim's
startled pair of Beagles. And they aren't talking. . .
Hot Dog by Molly Coxe
Mile 1 books entice brand-new readers with rhyme, rhythm, and
repetition. The type is big, the words are easy, and the art is bright
and bold., , Poor Dog. He's awfully hot! But Mom won't share her
lemonade. Cat won't share his shady spot on the porch. And Skunk's
making a real stink about sharing his hollow log. What does a hot Dog
have to do to get cool?
Thunder Dog by Micheal Hingson
Faith. Trust. Triumph.
"I trust Roselle with my life, every day. She trusts me to direct
her. And today is no different, except the stakes are higher." ?Michael
First came the boom?the loud, deep, unapologetic bellow that seemed
to erupt from the very core of the earth. Eerily, the majestic high-rise
slowly leaned to the south. On the seventy-eighth floor of the World
Trade Center's north tower, no alarms sounded, and no one had
information about what had happened at 8:46 a.m. on September 11,
2001?what should have been a normal workday for thousands of people. All
that was known to the people inside was what they could see out the
windows: smoke and fire and millions of pieces of burning paper and
other debris falling through the air.
Blind since birth, Michael couldn't see a thing, but he could hear
the sounds of shattering glass, falling debris, and terrified people
flooding around him and his guide dog, Roselle. However, Roselle sat
calmly beside him. In that moment, Michael chose to trust Roselle's
judgment and not to panic. They are a team.
Thunder Dog allows you entry into the isolated, fume-filled
chamber of stairwell B to experience survival through the eyes of a
blind man and his beloved guide dog. Live each moment from the second a
Boeing 767 hits the north tower, to the harrowing stairwell escape, to
dodging death a second time as both towers fold into the earth.
The Dust of 100 Dogs by A.S. King
In the late seventeenth century, famed teenage pirate Emer Morrisey
was on the cusp of escaping the pirate life with her one true love and
unfathomable riches when she was slain and cursed with "the dust of one
hundred dogs," dooming her to one hundred lives as a dog before
returning to a human body-with her memories intact.
Now she's a contemporary American teenager and all she needs is a shovel and a ride to Jamaica.
A Dog Called Homeless bySarah Lean
When Cally Fisher says she sees her dead mother, no one believes her.
The only other living soul who sees Cally's mom is a mysterious
wolfhound who always seems to be there when her mom appears. And when
Cally stops talking—what's the point if no one is listening?—how will
she convince anyone that her mom is still with them or persuade her dad
that the huge silver-gray dog is their last link with her?
A Dog Called Homeless is the gentle and touching story of how one girl's friendship with a homeless dog can mend a family's heart.