Wednesday, August 2, 2017

My Fair Doggie is Every Dog's Favorite

If you want a story for the whole family, St. Bernard Paw's Pygmalion is a great bone to enjoy!
~Little Angel

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

A Nice Long Rub is What We All Want

I cannot leave out War and Tummy Rubs by Leo Dog'stoy.  It is a must read for any dog library.
~Little Angel

Monday, July 31, 2017

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woof

This is a wonderful story about a bitter couple of dogs which  use other young dogs to deal with their emotional issues.  
~Little Angel

Sunday, July 30, 2017

I know Why the Caged Dog Sings by Mimi Doggieangelo

This is a great book for all of you who want to get in touch with your feelings.
~Little Angel

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Read the Widely Read J. Dog Boneager Novel

Here is an important book for all you doggies, Catch a Stick in the Rye, by J.D. Boneager.
~Little Angel

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Fairy Hunters Site Fairies All Around the World

I saw some elk, too bad they were not elves, or I could join in this claim... something to chew on.
~Little Angel

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Here is a Change of Taste

Walk on the Wild Side and Enjoy this Book About the Bonnie Prince.
~Little Angel

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

A Firecracker of a Dog

It is nice to reed about important dog females in History!
Especially today~Little Angel

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Lovers of Music

For all of you who love music, a nice book to chew on is Buddy Dogstein.
~Little Angel

Friday, June 16, 2017

Read the Historical Novel of A True Chief

The Story of Chief Sitting Dog is a fascinating story of one of the famous chiefs of all time.

Dogs Reading

Here is an Interesting Book for the Art Lover in All of Us!
Little Angel~

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

How to Sniff New Friends

Here is a book that every dog needs, How to Sniff  New Friends and Influence Dogs by the well known barker Sparky Doggidy.

Monday, June 12, 2017

The Classic Little Shih Tzu's

This is one of my favorite books of all time.  I remember reading about the four Shih Tzu sisters many times when I was a puppy.  I so admired Louisa May Dogcott so much that it was a primary force in setting my life goals.  This is a must read for everyone, whether or not you are  fan.
Little Angel

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Much Ado About Chew Toys

If you have always been a little shy about reading William Dogspear, then this one is for you.  Every dog can relate to Much Ado About Chew Toys.

Don't forget to mind your bones.  Little Angel

Friday, June 2, 2017

It Was Written for the Pups

Everyone wants to chew on  Dr Moose, There is a Poodle in my Noodle,  he is not just for the Puppies!

Forever a doggie  - Little Angel

Thursday, June 1, 2017

The Dogharaja's Treasure

Get ready for a tale of exotic romance and a great fortune of untold bones.  Cuddle up with your sweetie and read about the great Prince in  The Dogharaja's Treasure.

Remember, no sniffing in the Library...Little Angel

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Time for a Real Thriller

If you want a teeth clattering thriller, then I recommend the Silence of the Cats, the story of Dannable Decter,    
Don't read it alone!  Little Angel

Monday, May 29, 2017

Moon Dog

Moon Dog is the inside story of the Doggies race to the Moon and is a book written by Pluto Seven astronaut, Duke Boston Terrier.  If you would like to read a book about a true Doggie Hero, then Moon Dog is for you.

Little Angel

Saturday, May 27, 2017

The Song of Chiawatha

Poetry is always good with a bowl of wine.  I recommend the Song of Chiawatha by  Hank the Hound-dog Longfellow.  
Always your literature lover,--Little Angel,

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Get Your Tissues Ready

So sad, but it is something that effects many older dogs.  It is time to stop pretending and join in and read Old Yeller.

Friday, May 19, 2017

The Pugbbit

Feeling hungry, then curl up with Pugbbit and your own box of Milkbones!

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Little Angel's Campy Choice for Movie Night

Are you ready for a 1954's choice for movie night?  Then  call in the puppies and pull out the old shoes get the whole pack together for Dogzilla.

When the Dogland freighter Doggiedoo is destroyed near Dogbone Island, another ship – the Bingo-namo – is sent to investigate, only to meet the same fate. A freighter from Dogbone is also destroyed, with one survivor. Dog chow shipments mysteriously disappear and blamed by an elder on the ancient creature known as "Dogzilla." Reporters arrive on Dogbone Island to further investigate. A villager tells one of the reporters that "something large is going crazy down there" eating the dog chow. That evening, a ritual dance to appease Dogzilla is held during which the reporter learns that the locals used to sacrifice young pups to the monster.

Dogzilla is 164 ft. tall and is evolved from an ancient creature.  Dogzilla has been disturbed from its natural habitat by a giant squeaky toy. Debate ensues about notifying the public about the danger of the monster.  However, Dogzilla is unkillable, having survived H-bomb testing, and must be studied.

It's doggie silly and just right for family movie night and gets Little Angel's five start rating!!!

Monday, May 1, 2017


His disguise is a mild mannered rat terrier but in reality he is ready at any time to face the most evil of villains.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Ohby-Quick, or The Cat

Ohby-Quick, written in 1851, recounts the adventures of the West Highland Terrier Puppy, Kickwheel, as tries to survive the neighborhood of Tightwad under the command of his Alpha, Captain Sand Dab.

Kickwheel soon realizes that the neighborhood of Tightwad is under attack by a cat of enormous size with a killer disposition.  The dogs from Tightwad cry out "Oh be quick, its the cat!" and run for their lives.  Kickwheel soon learns that Captain Sand Dab is not trying to avoid Ohby-Quick but is seeking revenge on the great enormous cat who is infamous not only for his giant size and his ability to terrorize all dogs. 

Captain Sand Dab lost his tail as the result of his first encounter with the monstrous cat. It soon becomes clear that the Captain is bent on revenge and he intends to get Ohby-Quick no manner the peril to Kickwheel.