Maggi and Milo by Juli Brenning, represented by Priscilla Burris. Preschoolers love this cheery tale about a brave young lady named Maggi and her resolute canine Milo. Both of them set out on a frog-getting chase and learn exactly the amount they need one another.
Bad Dog Flash by Ruth Paul. For youngsters that affection devilish pups, this is a snappy, simple read with only a couple of words on each page. Kids love to peruse this book to themselves, their siblings, or any other person that will tune in.
Excellent Ed by Stacy McAnulty, outlined by Julia Sarcone-Roach. Ed’s relatives are on the whole astonishing in their own particular manner, however, Ed stresses he isn’t extraordinary enough for them. This beguiling and entertaining story shows kids the significant exercise that there are numerous approaches to be superb.
The Perfect Dog by Kevin O’Malley. A young lady realizes exactly what her optimal canine would resemble — not very large or little and just sufficiently cuddly. She before long discovers that the ideal canine is the one you become hopelessly enamored with.
Smelly Bill by Daniel Postgate. Kid’s #1 book, Smelly Bill, is about an overly stinky canine gathering his match when Great Aunt Bleach comes to remain. Told in rhyme, this comical book gets a snicker each time you read it.