The Bookshop Dog

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  • Hardcover
  • 40
  • The Bookshop Dog
  • Cynthia Rylant
  • English
  • 06 November 2017
  • 0590543318

About the Author: Cynthia Rylant

The Bookshop Dog PDF/EPUB Û The Bookshop Epub / bookshop ebok, The Bookshop book, The Bookshop DogThe Bookshop Dog PDF/EPUBAn author of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for children and young adults as well as an author The Bookshop Epub / and author illustrator of picture books for children, Cynthia Rylant is recognized as a gifted writer who has contributed memorably to several genres of juvenile literature A prolific author who often bases her works on her own background, especially on her childhood in the West Virginia mountains, she is the creator of contemporary novels and historical fiction for young adults, middle grade fiction and fantasy, lyrical prose poems, beginning readers, collections of short stories, volumes of poetry and verse, books of prayers and blessings, two autobiographies, and a biography of three well known children s writers several volumes of the author s fiction and picture books are published in series, including the popular Henry and Mudge easy readers about a small boy and his very large dogRylant is perhaps most well known as a novelist Characteristically, she portrays introspective, compassionate young people who live in rural settings or in small towns and who tend to be set apart from their peers from bookrags.


The Bookshop DogThe Bookshop Dog PDF/EPUB Û The Bookshop Epub / bookshop ebok, The Bookshop book, The Bookshop DogThe Bookshop Dog PDF/EPUBEveryone who comes to Martha Jane s Bookshop comes to see Martha Jane But Martha Jane is The Bookshop Epub / not the owner She s the owner s dog When the owner has to go to the hospital to get her tonsils out, the whole town begins to fight over the chance to take care of Martha Jane Rylant is the Newbery winning author of Dog Heaven Full color.

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10 thoughts on “The Bookshop Dog

  1. Lisa Vegan says:

    Ah, this one simultaneously made my heart sing and nearly brought me to tears with emotion.This is a very sweet story, and as a dog lover and bookshop lover it was perfect for me And, having seen a wonderful movie yesterday, wonderful except for a sad dog scene, it was just what I needed to read a happy dog story Of course, I d love to have a dog and a bookshop, so I m a bit sad that I don t The illustrations are good They re bright and colorful and bold and detailed, and I think most kids w Ah, this one simultaneously made my heart sing and nearly brought me to tears with emotion.This is a very sweet story, and as a dog lover and bookshop lover it was perfect for me And, having seen a wonderful movie yesterday, wonderful except for a sad dog scene, it was just what I needed to read a happy dog story Of course, I d love to have a dog and a bookshop, so I m a bit sad that I don t The illustrations are good They re bright and colorful and bold and detailed, and I think most kids will find them appealing I hadn t known that this author was also an illustrator.This book can be appreciated by a wide range of readers listeners, I d say any age It s good for read aloud and independent readers of all ages I wish all bookstores had resident dogs or cats I love the ones that do.I m hoping it s because this book was published pre Goodreads that it has so few ratings reviews I m hoping thatmembers have read it but just not shelved it on the site It deserves to bewidely read

  2. Abigail says:

    Martha Jane becomes a fixture at her human companion s bookshop in this picture book from the Newbery Medal winning Cynthia Rylant, providing the patrons with just the right kind of canine love Everyone in town, from the policeman to the school band conductor, comes to love the sweet little pooch, who manages to enter into the spirit of any activity singing, fetching, doing tricks in which the people around her are involved But when Martha Jane s person and the bookshop owner must go int Martha Jane becomes a fixture at her human companion s bookshop in this picture book from the Newbery Medal winning Cynthia Rylant, providing the patrons with just the right kind of canine love Everyone in town, from the policeman to the school band conductor, comes to love the sweet little pooch, who manages to enter into the spirit of any activity singing, fetching, doing tricks in which the people around her are involved But when Martha Jane s person and the bookshop owner must go into the hospital for an operation, trouble ensues not because no one can be found to look after the town s favorite dog, but because there are too many people volunteeringHaving associated Cynthia Rylant almost exclusively with her writing, whether that be middle grade novels like Missing May , or early readers such as Henry and Mudge , I was surprised to discover in The Bookshop Dog that she is also an artist Her illustrations here are colorful, done in a naive, childlike style that will appeal to kids The story itself is engaging, sure to please young dog lovers, who will long for the chance to meet Martha Jane themselves All in all, a sweet little tale of a winsome canine, and the people who love her As someone who always likes to find animals hanging out in the bookshops I frequent until very recently, the one around the corner from work had a resident cat I approve

  3. Kelly H. (Maybedog) says:

    This is a very sweet story about a perfect dog and the people who love her The illustrations are very simple but they work well My only complaint is that the only woman in it is the bookshop owner and she s the one who gets sick and needs help I wish even one of the other main players was a woman, too.3.5 stars rounded up to 4 because it has two of my three most favoritest things.

  4. Nicole (Stop Staring At My Books Jr.) Williams says:

    i give The Bookshop Dog 4 stars I loved this book because it was a sweet and cute story, it made me laugh too The drawings were friendly like a child would draw I would recommend this book to anyone who likes dogs, and it is a nice story for kids to read I didn t give it 5 stars because of the silly fighting, and ending.

  5. Carol Royce Owen says:

    I didn t even know I had this book It recently appeared on someone s Good Read list, and I thought to myself I needed to get it But today, as I continued to catalogue all of my books into a database, I came upon it and was pleasantly surprised What a delightful book about Mary Jane, a dog who accompanies his owner everywhere, including to the Bookstore named in her honor.

  6. Lisa says:

    It s going to be a sad day at the Eggers when I have to wrestle this book out of the hands of my 5 year old and return it to the lib Nate absolutely loves this book and he dies laughing yes, every single time when everyone starts fighting over who gets to dog sit for Martha Jane I think it s charming and very readable so I don t mind having this one in my lap night after night 5 stars from both Nate and Mom

  7. Diane says:

    A bookshop owner loves her dog, Martha Jane, so much that she takes her everywhere She even takes her to work and renames her bookshop Martha Jane s Bookshop. Everyone loves to come into the store first to see Martha Jane, then to buy a book But when the shop owner has to go to the hospital, who is there to watch Martha Jane

  8. Myka Shetler says:

    Genre Contemporary Realistic FictionGrade Level Prek 5I enjoyed this book I think it is a cute story that is entertaining for all ages This story can be easily read by readers and read to for the younger kiddos It teaches the importance of being nice and community as well Plus it is about a dog and the dog does not talk

  9. Brittany says:

    While the ending of this book is sweet and a few spots made us giggle, this one wasn t much of a hit for us It was ok, but the illustrations are kind of strangely unappealing The idea of a pet in a book store is nice but overall this one isn t spectacular.

  10. Clare says:

    This cute little tale hasto it than meets the eye It is about community and disagreements that can arise even among friends, but in the end, helping each other out in times of need is what is important.