Agapanthus and her family are headed to the animal shelter to pick out a kitten when a little dog insists on being noticed. Setting down the ginger kitten, Agapanthus goes near the dog's cage and gets a eyeglasses wash free of charge. Yes, he's the one. In the car on the way home she asks her father what kind of dog they have adopted. "His body is like a zucchini..his legs are leg celery sticks...his tail is a string bean..and his ears are like lettuce leaves...I guess that makes him a salad." With her dog on her lap, "Agapanthus felt as though she had swallowed the biggest smile in the world." What a joyful romp of a book complete with two slightly comical parents and a Hum that can wake a sleeping pup. But what will happen when he is entered in the Championship Dog Show? Does he stand a chance? Friendship, a few giggles and the best warm feeling in the world swirl through this delightful early reader. 48 pages Ages 4-7
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Agapanthus Hum and Major Bark
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