How To Talk To Your Dog

Paperback | February 4, 2003

byJean Craighead George

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Find out what your dog is really saying -- and talk back!

Jean Craighead George, Newbery Medal -- winning author of over 80 books about nature and animals, demonstrates in words and photos how to communicate with your best friend.

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Find out what your dog is really saying -- and talk back!Jean Craighead George, Newbery Medal -- winning author of over 80 books about nature and animals, demonstrates in words and photos how to communicate with your best friend.

Jean Craighead George is the author of over eighty books for children and young adults. Her novel Julie of the Wolves won the Newbery Medal in 1973, and her novel My Side of the Mountain was a Newbery Honor Book in 1960. She has continued to write acclaimed picture books and novels that celebrate the natural world. She lives in Chappaq...

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Format:PaperbackPublished:February 4, 2003Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060006234

ISBN - 13:9780060006235

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 9

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"An easy-to-read, conversational, humorous, and informative guide that will help young dog owners communicate with their pets...The illustrations depict George interacting with various cartoon canines whose expressive and varied postures, faces, and actions are irresistible in a Jules Feifferesque way....The author's affectionate understanding of dogs is very apparent, and makes this book one that can be read just for pleasure by any dog lover, as well as for information by any child curious as to what certain actions may mean--or how to stop a dog from doing them. The final picture of George sitting on a park bench with dogs on and around her--goofy dogs, adoring dogs, stolid dogs, sleepy dogs--is a perfect portrayal of good communication. (School Library Journal)