By Louise Yates
A picture-book deal with for the youngest puppy lovers.
Dog loves books a lot he opens his own bookshop. first and foremost he’s wanting shoppers. yet that’s alright, simply because while puppy is surrounded by way of books, he's by no means wanting friends—or enjoyable. And whilst buyers start arriving, he understands simply which books to recommend.
Louise Yates’s expressive little white dog—and his many expressive doggie customers—extend an impossible to resist invitation to the very youngest to aim interpreting. It’s fun!
Age point: three and up | Grade point: P and up
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That’s when I heard the first whisper of gold. ’ Jack Henry looked around as if to see if anyone was listening, his voice whispering low like the barest skim of gravel in a gold-shaking pan. ‘The lad who told me were a yellow-bellied dingo, mad as a meat ant and only half as pretty – but I thought we were pals. ‘We took two horses he swore were his, and rode three long hot days to a tent town full of mud and dreams. ’ ‘Not a speck,’ said Jack Henry. ‘Week after week we stood in that miserable, muddy creek, shaking pans of cold water and gravel.
All around was the darkness. Darkness in the waving shadows of tall trees and the thickets of bushes, darkness in the tangles of tussocks and monster stumps, darkness in the wombat holes . . Finn crashed to the ground with his foot going one way and his leg going another. His ankle hurt so much he nearly vomited. ’ shouted Jack Henry. The deep excited baying of hunting dogs that have found something to kill. The sound shuddered through Finn’s veins with a song he’d never heard before: fierce and strong, the joy of tearing and crunching, the thrill of the kill.
We had smoke in our eyes, smoke in our mouths and scratching in our throats. We breathed smoke in and we breathed smoke out, and in the end, we couldn’t breathe at all. ’ ‘But the shack’s still here,’ said Finn. ’ ‘The wind were crazy that day,’ the ghost answered. ‘Blowing one way then circling back, as it sometimes do in valleys like this. I reckon it changed before it took hold of the shack, and there might have been rain, to put all the fire out. ’ Jack Henry sat quietly when he’d finished the story, while the wallaby joey grazed and the ghost collie watched her with his sharp green eyes.
Dog Loves Books by Louise Yates