Tale of Wagmore Gently by Linda Ashman

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Like all dogs, Wagmore Gently can't help wagging his tail when he's happy. But Wagmore's tail is so big that one swish can clear the table, and one thump is like an earthquake! Mr. Gently warns him that if he doesn't keep his tail in check, Wagmore will have to miss the annual Trail Trekkers hike. Wagmore decides to control his tail by thinking only miserable thoughts. But it's hard to be miserable when you're on your favorite hike with your favorite boy. Just when Wagmore loses the battle with his tail, he saves the day and wins new appreciation from his family. This adventure starring an enthusiastic and lovable pooch will elicit smiles as big as Wagmore's tail.

About Linda Ashman

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Linda Ashman is the author of Can You Make a Piggy Giggle? and many other picture books. John Bendall-Brunello recently illustrated Mouse, Mole, and the Falling Star.
Published September 16, 2002 by Dutton Juvenile. 40 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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The tail wags the dog (literally), but also saves the day in this somewhat shaggy picture book about a rambunctious pup.

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