Pushkin Meets the Bundle by Harriet Ziefert

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Pushkin the dog, once the apple of his owners' eyes, tries to cope with the arrival of a new baby to the house.

About Harriet Ziefert

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Harriet Ziefert has written many children's books for HarperCollins including What's A Vacation? and When Will Santa Come, both illustrated by Claire Schumacher, the Bear Boar Books, illustrated by Susan Baum, and Scooter's Christmas, illustrated by Rick Brown. Ms. Ziefert lives in New Jersey and Massachusetts. Simms Taback has collaborated with Harriet Ziefert on many HarperCollins children's books. Some of their titles include Noisy Barn!, Zoo Parade!, and the sticker book readers, On Our Way to the Forest and On Our Way to the Water. Mr. Taback lives in New York City. Donald Saaf creates collages by carefully integrating torn wallpaper, images from magazines and catalogs, and photocopies of everyday objects with his bold gouache paintings. He has illustrated such popular books as Pushkin Minds the Bundle, Flemenpeo, and Animal Music. Trained in painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Donald Saaf exhibits his work at the nearby Clark Gallery. He lives with his family in Saxtons River, Vermont.
Published April 1, 1998 by Atheneum/Anne Schwartz Books. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Pushkin, a very personable white dog in a red sweater, loves his life, living with his people, Kate and Michael, on a quiet street, sharing their lives and sleeping in their bedroom.

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Pushkin does handstands and sometimes walks on two legs, and when Ziefert mentions that Pushkin ""plays ball"" with Michael, Saaf shows him swinging a baseball bat.

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