Dash and Zoom: Little Miss Sneakypants helps readers think about the emotional impact of their actions on others and emotional intelligence in choice-making.
Browsing: Books About Pets
Please Don’t Tell Cooper that Jack is a Rabbit uses humor and examples to show readers that there is no such thing as a difference that can’t be overcome.
If You Could Ask Your Dog One Question, by Kim Messina, is a heartwarming tale that beautifully captures the joys of being a pet owner.
Get to know Lorena from Award-winning author Cynthia Kadohata’s Saucy, an irrepressible and heartwarming story about a girl and her ever-growing pig.
Mandy’s Pet Shop: A Pet Shop for Monsters is a zany, zippy picture book bound to amuse readers and encourage them to keep an open mind.
Written as a ‘Dear Diary’ picture book, Thor the Troublemaker is about a French bulldog that loves his family—even if they do have a few too many rules.
POOR LOUIE is a hilariously relatable book for children (and if they could read, pets!). Louie echoes what many children are sure to think as preparations are being made for a new addition.
Mr. Fuzzbuster Knows He’s The Favorite, by Stacy McAnulty, makes a great addition to any child’s library – especially if they have a beloved pet. Highly recommended.
The first book in a planned series, MEGAN’S MUNCHKINS is a kindhearted book that elementary-school children will enjoy.
Lola Gets a Cat, by Anna McQuinn, is sweet and simple, and even the youngest children will enjoy hearing about Lola and her newly adopted cat.