Dog Diaries (Dog Diaries Book Series)
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Ruff Catch-a-Doggy-Bone is back as Junior's own pet human, and in short, Junior has behavioral issues that need addressing.
But just when things couldn't be more perfect, Junior's misguided obsession with raccoons leads to trouble, and a uniformed dog-trainer lady (who just happens to be the niece of Rafe's arch-enemy the principal) threatens to have him seized and sent back to the pound. Pândind în umbra din haine și cizmele de iarnă se află un monstru care petele dalmatienilor să se albească de teroare.It even uses dog friendly language such as the "food room" and "moving people boxes on wheels" which adds to the feel of the story being told by a dog.
Some enjoyed reading about Barry’s story, and these are a great way for kids to get into chapter books. DOG DIARIES opens (dare I say appropriately) with a polite butt sniff introducing us to the loveable though slightly emotionally bruised Junior, the last mutt standing in his pack at the Hills Village Dog Shelter.Fortunately, Junior meets a boy who smells like junk food and broken rules - none other than the great Rafe Khatchadorian (“Katch-a-doggy-bone”) - who decides to become Junior’s pet human.
The most famous Saint Bernard there ever was, named Barry der Menschenretter, finally tells his life’s story. However, short chapters, frequent illustrations and graphic texts, excessive pooping in shoes, and wacky/absurdist action make this a quick and fun read.Based on a true story, with realistic black-and-white illustrations throughout and a fact-filled appendix that includes information about the RMS Titanic, Pekingese dogs, and more, this is historical fiction for middle graders who don’t realize they like historical fiction! He has a lot in common with his "pet," Ruff (better known as Rafe from the Middle School books) -- who has to step up, be responsible, and teach his misbehaving pooch better ways, or else.