The Poodle Who Barked at the Wind

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Macmillan, Nov 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
6 Reviews
A warm family story featuring a very lovable little dog

"The little black poodle barks at everything.
She barks at the garbagemen and the telephone.
She barks at the wind when it blows and the rain when it rains."

Her family wonders why she makes so much noise, but they donít really mind it. All but the father, that is. Heís a writer, and the barking makes him forget what he wants to say. Then one day the little poodle is left alone with him, and something happens that changes his mind for good.
  

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Review: The Poodle Who Barked at the Wind

User Review  - Lauren Birch - Goodreads

A touching story of a family dog who barks at everything sound and sight until one day the family goes out for the afternoon in which the dog does not bark or bother all day. It is not until the family returns that the dog feels safe and whole again. Read full review

Review: The Poodle Who Barked at the Wind

User Review  - Goodreads

A touching story of a family dog who barks at everything sound and sight until one day the family goes out for the afternoon in which the dog does not bark or bother all day. It is not until the family returns that the dog feels safe and whole again. Read full review

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Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Charlotte Zolotow, an author, editor, publisher, and educator, has one of the most distinguished reputations in the field of childrenís literature. She has written more than seventy books for young readers, including such picture-book classics as Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present. Mrs. Zolotow lives in upstate New York.

Valerie Coursenís first book, Mordantís Wish, was highly praised and earned her a Cuffie Award for Best New Illustrator. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with her husband and three children.

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