From the author of Up On Bob, a whimsical tale of a Boston Terrier with a short attention span and his never-ending pursuit of what he wants most.
As the old saying goes, "Give a dog a ball, and he'll beg to play for days. But give a dog a treat, and he'll never stop begging."
In this companion to Mary Sullivan's Geisel Award-winning Ball, there's a new dog in town and he is focused on finding a treat, no matter...
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Beulah Satellite - YOUTH
Pueblo West Branch - YOUTH
|||Fiftieth anniversary commemorative edition.||Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers||64 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm.|
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|||Dial Books for Young Readers, is an imprint of Penguin Group (USA) LLC||1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 29 cm||English|
Barkman Branch - YOUTH
Giodone Library Branch - YOUTH
Rawlings Branch - YOUTH
Mysterious noises keep waking up the Wimbledon family. 'That's very odd,' says Mr. Wimbledon each time, but when he returns from checking on the sounds, he's always reassuring: 'It's only Stanley; he's fixing the oil tank.' 'It's only Stanley; he's clearing the bathtub drain.' But what Stanley the dog is actually doing while his oblivious family goes back to bed is deliciously absurd: he's preparing for an interplanetary trip! And guess who's going...
Persnickety Elephant has an itch—a big one—and he can't reach it! While he isn't above asking for a little help, no one is up to the task. Turtle is too lazy, Snail is too slimy, and Alligator... well, Elephant isn't sure he wants his assistance. Does Elephant have to do everything...