Bark, Spike, Bark!

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Simon and Schuster, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Spike's barking is driving Tommy's dad, Stu, up the wall. So when Tommy thinks Stu is going to the auto parts store for some "bark plugs," he's afraid that Spike will never bark again! He quickly comes up with a plan -- but will it work in time to save his beloved dog?

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Thomas Mann was a German novelist, short story writer, social critic, philanthropist, essayist, and Nobel Prize laureate. His titles include "Buddenbrooks,"" Doctor Faustus, Joseph and His Brothers," and "The Magic Mountain," David Luke has published articles and essays on German literature and various prose and verse translations, including Goethe's "Selected Verse," Kleist's "The Marquise of O and Other Stories," Thomas Mann's "Tonio Kroger and Other Stories," and Goethe's" Roman Elegies,

Alexander is the pen name of Louisa Campbell, a freelance writer.

George Ulrich was born in Morristown, New Jersey and graduated from Syracuse University with a BFA, majoring in illustration. Over the course of 26 years, George has illustrated books for virtually every major publisher. George lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts with his wife, Suzanne. Images Press is delighted to have George join its team again, as author/illustrator of MRS. PICASSO'S POLLIWOG. George has adopted a Picasso-like style to enhance his comical story about Mrs. Picasso and her family of pets.

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