Just a Dog
Sometimes a dog isn't just a dog--sometimes he's the glue the holds a whole family together.
Mr. Mosely is a special dog. Not just because he's so big (he's part Great Dane.) Not just because he's all white (with one black spot under his eye and a heart shaped splotch on his chest.) Not just because he's clumsy, or because of tricks (he only knows one, and it's not very good.) He's special because he seems to know exactly what everyone in Corey's family needs, even when they don't know themselves. This is the story of Mr. Mosely, from his puppyhood to the last time he curls up on the back porch. It's the story of how sometimes a dog isn't "just a dog". Sometimes he's the glue the holds a whole family together.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LinzeyJoy - LibraryThing
Great book for third grade and above! Deals with issues that kids know about but parents think they don't or SHOULDN'T. The final chapter ties everything up by providing a bit of wisdom for coping with the normal family problems re-told by the story's narrator. Read full review
JUST A DOGUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Lassie or Rin Tin Tin, he's not. To most people, he's just a dog, but to Corey, Mister Mosely is family.Born to a Dalmatian mother and (apparently) a Great Dane father, the only spots on Mister Mosely ... Read full review