Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Book Lovers Day


Happy Book Lovers Day! I are not a big book lover, I prefurs tennis balls. And me and Brinley tried some cookbooks when we were puppies and da taste of dem did not match da pictures. Brinley has been known to chew bookmarks though . . .


WAIT, dis are about reading books?? Well, my momma LUVS to do dat. I like to keep her company and snuggle while she duz it.


And we has a book recommendayshun for ya too. It are da Hank the Cowdog books. It are all about da advenshures of a ranch dog in da Texas Panhandle - he has da important job of Head of Ranch Security. And dere are all kinds of udder pawsome characters - his assistant Drover, da humans Loper, Sally May, Alfred, and Slim, dat sneaky barncat Pete, da coyotes Rip, Snort, and Missy Coyote, da buzzards Wallace and Junior, Beulah da beeyootifull collie, Plato da birddog, Eddy da Rac, Madame Moonshine da owl, Ralph da basset hound, J.T. Cluck da head rooster - well, ya gets da idea. Dere are tons of dese books - almost 70! Momma says dat Brinley's momma used to read em to her and her sister when dey wuz lil and momma has kept readin em ever since - dey are HIGHLARIOUS. Dey are great books for pawrents to read to dere kids (or for grandpawrents to read to grandkids) and also good for kids who are reading chapter books. Or dey are just good to read even if you're a grown up (although how much my momma are a grown up are a matter dat are up for debate).

Do ya think we can get my momma to start readin us a bedtime story?

28 comments:

  1. Hari OM
    You should certainly try!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  2. Wow.... I haven't read da Hank the Cowdog books.
    We'll have to add it to our reading list.
    Wags,
    Ranger
    Peewees..... Thanks for pawticipating in da Wacky Holiday Challenge.

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  3. Now how did we miss Book Day with being an author?! ๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿผ Hank the Cowdog books, oh yes! Now those sound like (p)awesome stories we can sink our teeth into! I love anything with a Western theme!

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  4. I'll bet our mom o=would love to read you bedtime stories!

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  5. We think that ANY book with dogs in it, preferably heroes, who don't die at the end would be GREAT bedtime stories!

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    1. Yeah, da not dying part are important.

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  6. We agree - any books with dogs (that don't die) are good
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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    1. Well, dat's anudder thing bout dese books - nobody dies!

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  7. That is one cool book! doggie books are the bestest!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  8. Those sound like really nice books. Too bad there are not any grandkids here...and the unfurbros are a tad grown up....but like you say, I am not sure if they really are...sometimes...well...you know! BOL!

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    1. Yeah, I does since I live wif my momma. BOL! Me, Travis, and Angelique appear to be da only grandkids Finley's pawrents are getting for a while anyways.

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  9. oh that is a good book, I bet... I wish the mama would read such books to me and not always books about boring humans...

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  10. Oh that sounds a pawfect idea, bedtime snuggles and a story read to you
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  11. You girls definitely need to hear a bedtime story before you close your eyes to sleep!

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  12. I ate a kid's library book when I was about a year old. It didn't taste good and wasn't worth the trouble!

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  13. Kyla loved food. She ate cookbooks.

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    1. We tried cookbooks, but dey don't taste nearly as good as da pickshures look.

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    2. Kyla ate the pictures, too.

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    3. I just wish da peeps had dropped more food on em.

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