Award-winning authors Katherine Applegate and Gennifer Choldenko’sbook Dogtown showcases how fiction can help instill empathy and compassion.
In this interview, Julian discusses the inspiration for his heartwarming picture book Holly and the Pittie Party.
Author Julian Frischherz’s Holly and the Pittie Party imagines a world in which all dog breeds are loved equally—including pitt bulls.
Kate DiCamillo’s Because of Winn-Dixie is a heartwarming story, a delightful read, and offers valuable insights on life and love.
Ralphy’s Rules for Living the Good Life is a sweet, instructive story perfect for teaching young readers about a growth mindset and self-love.
Wrigley at the White House, by Karna Small Bodman, is an entertaining way to learn about White House history (particularly for dog lovers).
As a sequel to Piki Goes to College, Piki Goes Flying offers readers even more information about and insight into the life and role of a service dog.
Jack the Runaway Terrier is a tale of adventure, love, and redemption of a mischievous dog who bites off more than he can chew.
New pets—especially bouncy, energetic puppies—can be quite a handful, but it’s difficult not to fall in love when you meet a puppy as cute as Stella.
Cover Reveal of Holly and the Pittie Party, by Julian FrischherzThe Children’s Book Review We’re so excited to unleash the…