Happy National Dog Day! In celebration of this grand holiday (even though everyday is really national dog day for us) we’ve rounded up our favorite dog books that are fun to read all year round! Did your favorite book not make the list? Let us know what it is in the comments section below! We’re off to go rub some dog bellies now…
Tails from the Booth by Lynn Terry
Weekends with Daisy by Sharron Kahn Luttrell
Marnie the Dog by Shirley Braha
ToastHampton by Katie Surino
The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein
Uggie- My Story by Uggie
If It Fits, I Sits by Various (because okay fine, cats are cool too)
Susie’s Senior Dogs by Erin Stanton (available October 2016!)
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Tails from the BoothLynn Terry
Sit, stay, smile! Furry friends meet photo booths in this quirky photography book that captures all the cute canine action when the leashes come off and the dogs are the star of the show. If dogs could take selfies, it might look something like Tails from the Booth.
Weekends with DaisySharron Kahn Luttrell
How can anyone resist this face? And inside is a heartwarming, honest story about love, forgiveness, and letting go of the past. And the movie of DAISY is already in the works!
Marnie the DogShirley Braha
Once an old, sick dog who was found on the streets and named "Stinky," Marnie the Dog got a second lease on life when she was adopted from a shelter at age ten. Soon, her signature looks and endearing personality would capture the hearts of not only her new owner, but nearly everyone she encountered. After photos and videos of Marnie started circulating online, Marnie began charming millions over the world. Whether you're a dog or human, Marnie proves it's never too late to start a new chapter of your life and live it to the fullest. Using a sophisticated creative process compromised of unlimited treats and lots of love, Marnie and her human companion have created their first book of never-before-seen photos--and a few classics, too.
Toast is the Little Orphan Annie of the canine set, rescued from a puppy mill and landing in the lap of luxury--follow this four-legged style guru as she introduces fans to all her favorite spots in the Hamptons.
The Art of Racing in the RainGarth Stein
The heart-wrenching but uplifting story of a family struggling to stay together against all odds. Oh, yeah, and it's told by a dog.
A heartwarming memoir by the Jack Russell Terrier that starred in The Artist and Water for Elephants.
If It Fits, I SitsVarious
We'll probably never know why our furry friends insist upon squeezing themselves into weird and awkward places, but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate the ensuing cuteness! With over one hundred photos of cats caught in the act, If It Fits, I Sits captures the quirky, adorable, and no-nonsense spirit of felines everywhere.
Susie’s Senior DogsErin Stanton
The viral Facebook sensation Susie's Senior Dogs has a mission--to introduce people to the great things about adopting an older dog! Over 750,000 fans follow the stories of the SSD dogs who travel from shelter to their "forever homes," and now we bring some great new stories to bookshelves everywhere. Plus, more adorable dog photos than you can shake a stick at!