Happy Dog Appreciation Day! Celebrate with one of our many picture books about dogs.
Do you want to know everything about dogs? How many types of dogs are there? How to make a dog happy? And what do dogs do when they are happy? How old can a dog get? And what happens at a dog show? These and many other questions will be answered in this book. You’ll also find a song, do-it-yourself-tips, a big fold-out page, and a mini-quiz to make you a real dog expert!
An informative picture book about dogs. For dog lovers aged 5 and up.
Dreaming of Mocha written by An Swerts and illustrated by Eline van Lindenhuizen
Florence wants a dog. It doesn’t matter what kind of dog. Just any dog. To take care of, and to pet. To run with, and to play with. If she gets a dog, she will NEVER whine again and she’ll always be good. That’s what she promised Mom.
One day there’s a little dog in Florence’s garden. He came out of nowhere.
“Mocha” it says on his collar. Mocha and Florence become the best of friends.
But then Mocha’s owner is suddenly at the door. And he is a very nice man.
What will Florence do now?
An endearing picture book about loving animals and loving people. For pet lovers ages 4 and up.
Little Dog Lost written and illustrated by Guido Van Genechten
Little Dog is sad. He has lost his owner. His owner is wearing big black shoes with laces, red socks, bright yellow trousers, and a jacket with a flower in the buttonhole. And he is carrying a little umbrella
A touching story about a dog and his owner who have lost each other. Will you help them look? For searches ages 3 and up.
Doggy has to go. It's urgent. Bit Little Sis is sitting on his potty! That's because Mouse is sitting on her potty... Doggy runs past all the potties in the house, but they are all occupied. And now Doggy has to go very urgently.
A funny potty book about a little dog who finds his way to the big toilet by accident. For everyone who has to go very urgently.
I Will Always Be Happy to See You written by Ellen Delange and illustrated by Jenny Meilihove
“Even if we don’t always agree… Even if you don’t always go to bed on time… Don’t forget, I will always be happy to see you.” A sweet story about a little dog that knows he will always be welcomed home with open arms, no matter what trouble he may get into.
This is a great book to help your children — if they are starting daycare, school, or even university — to reassure them that, no matter what happens, you will always be happy to see them.