Unlimited [Travel Book] Ï Part -Time Dog - by Jane Thayer Seymour Fleishman Ê


  • Title: Part -Time Dog
  • Author: Jane Thayer Seymour Fleishman
  • ISBN: 9780688216429
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Ages 4 150 8 A little stray dog with a wagging tail wanders onto Maple Street one day Brownie walks the children to school, goes to the bank with Mrs Butterworth, and even helps Mrs Tweedy rake her yard But when night comes, everyone goes home except for Brownie He doesn t have a home to go to because everyone thinks he s somebody else s dog In this new edition ofAges 4 150 8 A little stray dog with a wagging tail wanders onto Maple Street one day Brownie walks the children to school, goes to the bank with Mrs Butterworth, and even helps Mrs Tweedy rake her yard But when night comes, everyone goes home except for Brownie He doesn t have a home to go to because everyone thinks he s somebody else s dog In this new edition of a beloved story, a community comes together to share a dog that is loved by all.
    Jane Thayer Seymour Fleishman
    Jane Thayer pen name of Catherine Woolley was an American writer She is known best for the book The Puppy Who Wanted A Boy, which became the basis of a 1980s Saturday Morning cartoon series, The Puppy s Further Adventures.Obituary from Boston Globe, July 27, 2005boston ae books articlWith the 87 children s books she wrote, Catherine Woolley delighted generations of young readers around the world with stories of children, animals, a friendly ghost, and mysterious happenings.She was so prolific that her publisher told her to use a nom de plume for some books She chose Jane Thayer, her grandmother s name, for the many picture books she wrote.For her older readers, she used her real name on books such as the Ginnie and Geneva series about the adventures of two young girls Many of the books were translated into foreign languages.Ms Woolley died Saturday in her Truro home She was 100 and had been in failing health in recent years.Until then, said her niece Betsy Drinkwater of Enfield, N.H Ms Woolley was a lover of books and a lifelong Democrat After her 100th birthday last summer, her goal was to live long enough to vote in the 2004 election, and she did, Drinkwater said She was a character, Drinkwater said She never married, was very independent, and traveled all over the world A petite woman with blue eyes and curly hair, Ms Woolley was also feisty, said a Truro neighbor, Peggy Longgood She was clear in what she believed in and thought, and she would not back down on anything She was indomitable Ms Woolley continued to write into her 80s and 90s, Drinkwater said Her last published work was 1989 s Writing for Children, in which she advised adults how to write children s books It wasn t easy, she warned.Though Ms Woolley never had children, she seemed to have a kinship with them, friends said In her books, she often drew on her own experiences and world travels She always urged students at the writers workshops she taught on Cape Cod to write what they knew In Writing for Children, she writes There is a delight in working with words, because if you are a writer you love the magic of words and you love using words to bring children into the world you are creating Ms Woolley was born in Chicago to Edward Mott and Anna Lazelle Thayer Woolley She grew up in Passaic, N.J Her father was a newspaperman in the late 1800s and early 1900s Ms Woolley attended both Barnard College in New York and the University of California at Los Angeles, earning her bachelor s degree from UCLA in 1927.Ms Woolley s niece said that after college, she worked in public relations in New York and eventually moved back with her parents in Passaic in the 1930s during the Great Depression She lived in Passaic until she was 60.Drinkwater believes that Ms Woolley wrote for magazines before her first book, I Like Trains, was published in 1944.In the early 1960s, she moved into a house she had bought in Truro, pounding out books on an old Remington typewriter She never used a computer.Among her many books were The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy, about a dog who was looking for a master and found than one at an orphanage, and a series about Gus the Ghost, a friendly apparition.On Cape Cod, Ms Woolley was a fixture at writing and book events She helped start a book club, worked with the Friends of the Truro Library, taught at writing workshops, and held story hours at the library.When the library opened its new building in 1996, it named its children s room after her Catherine s writing and literary life was paramount to her, said Anne Brock of North Truro, a former library trustee.One of Ms Woolley s students was Yoko Kawashima Watkins of Brewster, with whom she worked for a year on a manuscript for Watkins s suc


    Commentaires:

    Molly Slothower
    The Part-Time Dog is one of my favorite childhood books. I remember fondly my dad reading it to me almost every night before bed. This book is a true testament to love, friendship and problem solving. Everyone thinks that the little dog is someone else’s dog so they do not bother to take him in until he meets three ladies that he splits his time between. This plot is very sweet and any child will enjoy reading the story over and over- especially those that are animal lovers. Brownie, the part [...]

    Jake
    This is SUCH a cute story! And such a sweet-looking little doggie. We checked it out from our church library -- the best part of getting books there is finding old gems like this one!Note: the one WE read is the original 1965 edition. Apparently there's a 2004 reissue with new illustrations, and from what we see of it at , it's nowhere near as cute as the original illustrations.

    Roxann
    What a sweet old book to read to children. The book was first published in 1954. The edition I have was printed in 1965. Brownie is a cute little dog that doesn't belong to anyone. Three different people feed him and let him sleep in their house-but all complain. Then Brownie is take to the dog pound and everyone misses him. Yes, there is a happy ending!

    Rebecca
    The story of Brownie the part-time dog was a frequent selection for bedtime reading with my parents.

    PacaLipstick Gramma
    I read this delightful book with my grandson.The wording was simple, and easy for a 5 year old to understand. The illustrations were wonderful! We loved looking at the realistic drawings.

    Shandril
    One of my favorite stories as a child. My gramma and I read it often before naptime. A wonderful story about a little dog with multiple households to care for him.

    Janet
    Many thanks to Diane for recommending this one. Go Brownie!

    Mark Johnstone
    Yes this is a children's book but the story is just so perfect. It is just a lovely reminder not to take anything for granted and to be thankful for what we have.

    Mandy
    I love this book. And the illustrations from the older version are really charming.

    Tammy
    Cute story and illustrations. Our family can't pass up a dog book.

    Trish
    This was my favorite picture book as a little girl. It's about a little longhair Dachshund who wants to find the perfect home. Really sweet illustrations throughout!

    Kristen Collins
    The illustrations in this book will melt your heart; the dog is so adorable. The plot is very cute and simple with a good message in the end about loyalty and trust. I definitely enjoyed this book!

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