@bookishclaire knows my love of dogs runs deep and eternal, and puts up with it by giving me an exasperated nod and smile/eye roll whenever I talk about them.
  1. Where's Spot? by Eric Hill
    39bbdefc 862b 4312 8a07 24b9097f39f7
  2. Go, Dog. Go! by P. D. Eastman
    6622b2cc e161 4c25 9bf1 4e830ac9fa5f
    From which I first learned to appreciate speed and punctuation.
  3. Clifford the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell
    C02137af 1106 4bff b0a1 5252fd1bbfb5
  4. The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
    8725e057 c8d9 40c6 a32d a8a150d1ca4f
    Fantastic, witty, timeless.
  5. White Fang by Jack London
    7661fab2 da2f 4643 a8d7 07717621b508
    Also a great movie!
  6. The Call of the Wild by Jack London
    Fadd665b 199d 4204 903d 81839e842339
    I really realllllly went through a Jack London phase.
  7. The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    F2cb0e06 9181 420f 8df1 b36fbf6361a0
    My intro to Sherlock Holmes