Meriwether Lewis’s dog trekked through the wilderness with him. Annie Oakley’s dog performed with her in the Wild West Show. Josephine Bonaparte’s dog carried messages between her and Emperor Napoleon.Dogs of all shapes and sizes fill the pages of this entertaining book, which brings to life eleven varied historical figures through lighthearted portraits of the dogs they owned.In this follow up to Do You Have a Hat? and Do You Have a Cat?, children will be delighted by Eileen Spinelli’s whimsical, rhyming text and Geraldo Valério’s colorful and energetic paintings.Ages 4–8Note: Reviewers will receive an unbound folded and gathered copy of the book
This follow-up to Do You Have a Cat? introduces readers to a whole new collection of historical figuresAdmiral Richard Byrd, Jackson Pollack, Annie Oakley. Eileen Spinelli's whimsical, rhyming text and the colorful and energetic paintings of Geraldo Val�rio help bring these dog owners to life.
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Rhyming text describes some famous historical figures, from Annie Oakley and Merriwether Lewis to Sigmund Freud and Billie Holiday, and their beloved dogs. Includes facts about the people cited in the book.