Cosmo’s Corner: Books about dogs! | get out and go

Meow and wow, everyone, it’s Cosmo the library cat!

Not long ago I recommended some good cat books available at the Grand County Public Library, so I thought it was only fair that I discuss dog books as well.

Here are some children’s books recommended by library staff: Alexandra Day’s “Good Dog Carl” tells the story of a giant but gentle Rottweiler, Carl, who babysits a human while his mother is away, and even cleans after putting the baby to bed!

If you want to know more about a burrowing dog that makes a mess everywhere, you’ll like “A Dog Named Doug” by Karma Wilson.

Jez Alborough’s “Some Dogs Do” is about a dog that can fly (thank goodness it’s not really possible)!

“City Dog Country Frog” by Mo Willems tells the touching friendship between a dog and a frog.

Guojing’s “Stormy” is a beautiful, heartwarming picture book about a stray dog ​​finding a home.

Everyone loves Kate Dicamillo’s “Because of Winn Dixie,” a story about a girl named Opal and a stray dog ​​she adopts.

Another library favorite is a graphic novel called “Bear” by Ben Queen about the wild adventures of a sweet and intelligent guide dog.

There are so many great dog books to choose from. Just keep your handkerchief nearby, because books about dogs can make some people very sentimental and sometimes even shed a tear! My tears, on the other hand, were strictly caused by allergies.

Remember to treat all your animal friends with kindness and we will love you twice. Meow-ruff for now friends!

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