There is a robotic dog that shows a boy in a wheelchair how to love life.
A dog wakes up one day and feels fear because he can’t remember, and the old excuse ‘the dog ate my homework’ is proven true.
When a suspect nutritional dog food company limits the dogs’ food choices, action is needed.
Bored Bad Buster finds a way to break his boredom when he discovers that he’s good at something special.
Too much electronic game time can literally draw a child into another world.
Being a new kid at school is hard, but worse when the family dog becomes a lunch thief.
Coping with grief is made easier by an invisible friend; a dog without a nose.
A strange and unusual explanation is given by by grandpa as to why dogs sniff each other’s bottoms. Then there’s the extraordinary outcome of a dog peeing where he shouldn’t.
These highly entertaining, sometimes disgusting stories include mischievous children, not only oddball dogs. Events frequently take a sudden twist in another direction, turning the story on its head. Children will love these dog stories with a difference, and the quirky illustrations that illuminate the craziness of the characters, both human and canine.
Title: Dog Stories
Illustrator: Jules Faber
Publisher: Penguin Random House, $14.99
Publication Date: November 2016
For ages: 8+
Type: Junior Fiction