6 edition of No Room for a Dog (A Young Camelot Book) found in the catalog.
No Room for a Dog (A Young Camelot Book)
Joan Kane Nichols
May 1995 by Camelot .
Written in English
|Contributions||Doron Ben-Ami (Illustrator)|
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The premise of 'There is no Dog' however intrigued me. The idea of the planet being at the mercy of a teenaged God, and a glowing recommendation from Amanda Craig, was enough to make me not only buy No Room for a Dog book book, but buy it in hardback, something I rarely do.
I had great cause to hope that this novel would be on a par with Rosoff's debut/5(35). Amazing book for a well-trained dog. If you follow it, you will love your dog even more and so will everyone else. After 13 years our lab died and we've used this with other folks animals and recommended it MANY times.
The best/5(20). Of course THERE IS NO DOG is controversial, but readers willing to go along with it are in for a treat. Author Meg Rosoff No Room for a Dog book on mortality, personal responsibility, free will, faith, love, and sacrifice in this wry novel. Her approach may seem impudent, but it reveals deep compassion for humankind in its search for meaning and understanding.5/5.
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It is a collection of the best of her newspaper column that captured the hearts of readers /5(32). There Is No Dog Summary. Meet Lucy. She is a beautiful, happy, healthy, highly religious, year-old virgin. Your mom would love her. She just wants one thing: to fall in love.
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Coffey and with photographs by Lori Fusaro, includes a comprehensive resource guide and useful information. (Child's Play Library) Paperback – 1 Jun. Dog lovers will chuckle at the story of the rambunctious dog who thinks his name is 'no'. Anyone who has loved a dog will be very familiar with the scenarios in the book, and the child-like drawings add to its charm.
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A BOOK which, according to its editor, sets out to be "as complete as possible, " and which is composed of assorted articles by some 60 different authors, can hardly be expected to be of equal quality throughout, nor is it surprising that it presents a certain amount of conflicting opinion and advice.
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I had great cause to hope that this novel would be on a par with Rosoff's debut/5(36). The best and easiest way to restrict your dog’s access into your living room until he has learned how to behave there, is with a dog gate or baby gate.
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