The Case of the Library Monster
Dori Hillestad Butler
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One of Buddy’s jobs as a therapy dog is to read books with kids in the school library! One day he hears a noise in the bookshelves. He tries to get closer—and comes face to face with a creature that has a blue tongue! What is it? And how did it get in the school? Dori Butler’s fifth book in The Buddy Files series is full of mystery, fun, and adventure. “With twists and turns, humor and a likable canine character, this series should find a wide fan base.” —Booklist “Readers should be drawn in by Buddy’s exuberant voice.” —Publishers Weekly “Sweet and suspenseful.” —Kirkus Reviews Dori Hillestad Butler is owned by a big black dog named Mouse. He’s a registered therapy dog who enjoys reading with children in Coralville, Iowa, where he lives with Dori and her family. To learn more about Dori, her dog, and her other books for children, visit her website: www.kidswriter.com. Jeremy Tageau’s inspiration for Buddy was his golden Labrador, Jesse. Jeremy lives in Cleveland, Ohio, with his wife, Nicole, and their three children. Dan Crisp has been illustrating children’s books and greeting cards for nearly twenty years. He lives in England.
- Category: Children's Fiction
- Published:Jun 07, 2011
- Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company
- Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
- Print Length: 136 Pages
- Language: English