Talk, Oscar, Please! by Karen Kaufman Orloff

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A dog is a man's (and a child's) best friend--but it's tough when your best friend can only bark, yip, growl, and howl!
Young readers will empathize with this sweet and funny story of a boy who begs his dog to talk. Tim Bowers' humorous pictures give a glimpse of what life might be like if dogs could crack jokes, chat on the phone, and even sing lullabies!

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KAREN KAUFMAN ORLOFF has written two previous children's books: I Wanna Iguana and If Mom Had Three Arms (Sterling, 2006), and a non-fiction book The Little Book of Baby Names (Peter Pauper Press, 2006). Karen lives in HOPEWELL JUNCTION, NY. TIM BOWERS has illustrated numerous children's books such as The Bravest of the Brave (Random House, 2005) and Dogku (Atheneum, 2007), which The American Library Association's Julie Cummins called "doggone charming." Tim lives in GRANVILLE, OHIO.
Published March 1, 2011 by Sterling. 24 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Oscar is a friendly pup who can make lots of noises: yips and howls, barks and growls, whimpers and wheezes.

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