Dog Diaries is the first book written by a dog AND a #1 New York Times bestseller! When mischievous mutt, Junior, causes a Turkey Day disaster, getting out of the doghouse will take a Christmas miracle!
Are you ready for a festive adventure? Join me, Junior on the most PAWSOME, most BARKTASTIC journey through the HOWLIDAY SEASON. You'll read all about:FANGSGIVING, CRITTER-MESS and the mysterious SAINT LICK. Why strange humans called CAROL come and howl at the front door.And why SHINY TREES suddenly sprout inside your kennel!This will be the best holiday EVER! As long as the Mom-Lady doesn't find out what I did to the Fangsgiving turkey. You can keep a SECRET, right?
This hilarious, illustrated MIDDLE SCHOOL spin-off about a dog and his boy is perfect for younger readers!
Junior, the garrulous canine star of Dog Diaries: A Middle School Story, makes the most of his "first-ever Howliday Season" in his festive and funny second outing. He celebrates the spirit of "Fangsgiving" by offering the "baldy bird" a gift a plastic toy he sneaks into its cavity necessitating a menu change from turkey to takeout pizza ("Yep... I'm pretty sure I actually saved the day"). As "Critter-mess" approaches, Junior's exuberance escalates and his rat-a-tat monologue accelerates as he shares his comical perspectives on holiday traditions: "The happy-looking red guy" is named "Saint Lick and he lives up a pole someplace"; and, enthusiastically crooning with his humans on a street corner, he observes, "I have no idea who Carol is or why we're singing to her, but I think it's going to be a humdinger of a night." A Junior-orchestrated Christmas Eve debacle crowns this jolly, energetically illustrated jaunt for readers fond of doggy puns. Ages 7 12. \n
All I can say. You captured Junior’s kind, stupid and insane sides, then put them together perfectly. Great book.