Amazing Dogs by Laura Buller (K–2) This nonfiction title has just as much pull for new readers as a narrative book, with details about real-life brave, smart, and lovable canines. Ever since we began domesticating them some 15,000 years ago, they have been our providers, entertainers, rescuers, colleagues, counselors, and, most importantly, our best friends. 30 ratings — 319 ratings — 227 ratings — published, avg rating 4.56 — 85 ratings — Rowlands’ memoir of his time raising a wolf named Brenin is a both a tearjerker and a page-turner. Just make sure to have a tissue handy. For all you canine-obsessed humans, we've chosen modern classics and literary mainstays, touching memoirs and quirky reflections, each telling a riveting story with a captivating dog at the center. published, avg rating 3.96 — I really appreciate suggestions. “Genius” and “dogs” are not usually words you hear together. This legendary German Shepherd had a more exciting life than most humans, from his humble beginnings on a WWI battlefield to his international stardom. published 2012, avg rating 3.87 — 1,091 ratings — published 1961, avg rating 3.98 — Be patient. Based on compelling new research, The Genius of Dogs will make you look at your dog in a whole new light. 10,665 ratings — It doesn't matter if it's science fiction, fantasy, romance, or non-fiction - if the book has dog in the name, it belongs on this list. If you have a favorite dog book, vote it up below, or add it to the list if it's not already here. 2,027 ratings — 342,748 ratings — 1,466 ratings — published 2016, avg rating 4.47 — published 2002, avg rating 3.74 — published 2018, avg rating 3.71 — Told from the perspective of the dogs, the books are exquisitely written, and will make any reader yearn for the pristine Arctic landscape. published 2005, avg rating 4.04 — Where the Red Fern Grows, by Wilson Rawls. Oh yeah, and there’s adventure, action, intrigue—all that good stuff you want out of a mystery. 1,674 ratings — You’re seeing this ad based on the product’s relevance to your search query. The Lost History of the Canine Race, by Mary Elizabeth Thurston. published 2016, avg rating 4.08 — Henry and Mudge show us time and again what devotion is. published 2011, avg rating 4.13 — Decorate Your Bookshelves with These Collectible Harry Potter Figures! published 2010, avg rating 3.87 — 962 ratings — While I was working on this Cozy Mystery Dog Theme List, I came across some books about dogs that look like they would be a lot of fun… They are not mysteries, but with titles like they have, if you are a dog lover, you might enjoy checking them out: 1,249 ratings — When you have a itch, scratch it! 4,025 ratings — Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. 10. published 2004, avg rating 4.13 — published 2018, avg rating 4.17 — 25,240 ratings — published 2008, avg rating 4.37 — Told from the perspective of the dogs, the books are exquisitely written, and will make any reader yearn for the pristine Arctic landscape. 154,474 ratings — 2,497 ratings — published 2016, avg rating 4.08 — published 1903, avg rating 3.74 — The Chet and Bernie Series, by Spencer Quinn. 756 ratings — Books with dog in the title include Clifford, the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon, and Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog by John Grogan. published 2019, avg rating 4.47 — 151 ratings — published, avg rating 4.20 — Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month 1-16 of over 100,000 results for "dogs" No Ordinary Dog: My Partner from the SEAL Teams to the Bin Laden Raid There's a problem loading this menu right now. published, avg rating 3.78 — 19,061 ratings — 1,015 ratings — 36 ratings — There are a lot of great books on dog sledding not on the list. Dogs are humanity’s greatest achievement. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. published 2017, avg rating 4.30 — The stunning photographs in this book are just one of the reasons dog lovers should read this book by Traer Scott. published 1963, avg rating 4.16 — The inspiration for the famous 1957 film of the same name, Old Yeller has earned a place on any dog lover’s bookshelf. The Art of Racing in the Rain book. 14,202 ratings — Don't bite the hand that feeds you Take naps. The Genius of Dogs, by Brian Hare and Vanessa Woods. published 1960, avg rating 4.21 — published 2018, avg rating 4.38 — published 2020, avg rating 4.16 — published 2003, avg rating 4.16 — 1,211 ratings — published 2001, avg rating 4.19 — Dogs have played a central role in human civilization, and anthropologist/author Thurston passionately argues that it’s past time we regard them with the respect they deserve. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. A high quality digital reading experience. What's better than the actual physical presence of a cuddly, fuzzy, rambunctious dog?A heartwarming book about a cuddly, fuzzy, rambunctious dog. A nearly endless thread of users trying to help other users remember book titles, including several frequently requested books. published, The Art of Racing in the Rain (Hardcover), Where the Red Fern Grows (Mass Market Paperback), Dog on It (A Chet and Bernie Mystery, #1), The Call of the Wild (Mass Market Paperback), The Wicked Flea (A Dog Lover's Mystery, #14), A Pedigree to Die For (Melanie Travis, #1), The Dog Who Knew Too Much (A Chet and Bernie Mystery, #4), The Darkest Thread (The Flint K-9 Search and Rescue Mysteries #1), Guardians of the Taiga (Wild Rescuers, #1), Cracker! Told from the perspective of the sleuthing dog Chet, this riveting series is a New York Times best-seller for a lot of reasons. 128 ratings — It turns out that books with dog in the title are way more common than you think. 1,620 ratings — published 2017, avg rating 3.86 — She chronicles the history of the domesticated dog, from the mummified canines of ancient Egypt to the dog shows of Renaissance Europe. "Stump the Bookseller" blog A cool indie bookstore in Ohio that maintains extensive, searchable archives — and offers a $4 service for personalized help. 343,325 ratings — 453,140 ratings — published 2013, avg rating 4.09 —


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