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Old January 18th 07, 08:38 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.arts.books.childrens
Ben Sharvy
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Default Books: A Girl and Her Dog

I'm going to update this list soon. Any recommendations would be
welcome!
http://www.luvnpeas.org/links/edlinks/girldog.html

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Old January 18th 07, 05:33 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.arts.books.childrens
LindaY
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Ben Sharvy wrote:

I'm going to update this list soon. Any recommendations would be
welcome!
http://www.luvnpeas.org/links/edlinks/girldog.html


Correction to Susan Conant listing: It's "Holly" not "Holy."

There is another (at least) Betty Cavanna that involves a girl and her
dog(s). The dog in question is a cocker spaniel. It might be THE BLACK
SPANIEL MYSTERY.

There's a dog (Reddy the Irish setter) in the Trixie Belden books, but
he's not particularly "bonded" with Trixie, just sort of a background
character most of the time, so that may not count.

There's a couple of other dog mystery series that involve women and
dogs, but I can't remember the titles or authors. In one the dog's name
is Jake and I think it's a GSD. There's another series I saw the other
day in Borders. The dog is something like a pit bull/Staffy/bulldog
(some type of bully breed). I believe she and the dog investigate
mysteries involving dogs. (I can't remember clearly; I'm sorry. You
might want to check the mystery section of a bookstore. They seemed to
jump right out at me, but I didn't want to get involved in another
series.)

THE PENDERWICKS (the girls own a dog called "Hound," who is devoted to
the youngest child, "Batty").

If you count that the dog is owned by both boys and girls, as in THE
GREEN POODLES, then Scholar, in Anne H. White's A DOG CALLED SCHOLAR
and Junket, in White's book by the same name, also count.

Linda

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Old January 19th 07, 11:53 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc,rec.arts.books.childrens
Ben Sharvy
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Default Books: A Girl and Her Dog

Thanks for the suggestions. I made some changes and updated the site. I
didn't add the Penderwicks because it didn't look like the dog was
important throughout the story.

 




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