Dog Days by Amanda Harvey
Starring Otis

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What do they want a kitten for?
That’s what Otis thinks when a meowing fluff balls enters his home. All too quickly, Otis feels neglected. So he sets off on his own. But the day turns out to be long and hot. . . .
 

About Amanda Harvey

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Amanda Harvey previously illustrated the Doubleday reissue of Charlotte Zolotow's "My Friend John," Here she is both author and illustrator. "From the Hardcover edition.
 
Published January 14, 2003 by Doubleday Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Otis is a dog, but that doesn’t mean he’s immune to an insult hurled his way by a passing bully, a spike-collared boxer with a sneer on his mug.

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In a clever approach to the new-baby and sibling rivalry theme, Otis, the endearing canine from Dog Eared (2002), finds himself neglected, ignored, and forgotten when a new kitten joins the family and Lucy, his beloved owner, is occupied helping her little sister learn to take care of her new pet.

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At home, while the girl blithely reads a book, the hound folds and twists his ears in new styles and has nightmares of his ears filling up with wind and being tossed like a kite in a storm.

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Flop-eared pup Otis stars in his third adventure, Dog Gone by Amanda Harvey, set at the Misty Meadow dog hotel.

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Self-conscious Otis, whose long ears were a source of chagrin in Dog-Eared, now has a rival for his owners' affection: a gray kitten.

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Self-conscious Otis, whose long ears were a source of chagrin in Dog-Eared, now has a rival for his owners' affection: a gray kitten. The spotted hound watche

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