|Statement||Translated by J. Bockett-Pugh; illus. by Hans P. Schaad.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.3.C29125 Os|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||62010113|
This poignant and entertaining book about a pint-size dog, Oscar, and Rachel, the girl studying the creatures of the sea, will make you chuckle and sometimes gasp but mostly delight you! It will touch your heart in a way only stories about the astonishing connection between humans and animals can/5(5). The Dachshund Training Book is a truly informative and unique training guide, full of reliable and tested information - written for the admirers of this wonderful breed. This is an easy-to-read, and in-depth text which you will thoroughly : AuthorHouse. Oscar the dachshund by Caspar, Franz Published by Constable, Watts in London, New : Oscar the dachshund is unhappy with his short but long body in this humorous Halloween tale from Dav Pilkey, creator of such childhood classics as Captain Underpants. Ridiculed by the other dogs at obedience school, Oscar is looking forward to creating a /5.
The story's main character is Oscar the Dachshund named after Oscar Mayer. It was published in Plot [ edit ] The story begins with Oscar, a dachshund who is half-a-dog tall and one-and-a-half dogs long, and tired of the other dogs making fun of him because of his wiener-shaped : Dav Pilkey. Books shelved as dachshunds: Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley, The Mesmer Menace by Kersten Hamilton, Superdog: The Heart of a Hero by Caralyn Buehn. A p-update on Oscar, the miniature dachshund. This little cutie of mine is now eleven and a half weeks old, he looks pretty big in photographs but in reality, he’s the size of my brothers shoe. Everyone always says how much smaller he is when they come over for visit (more like an excuse for a cuddle) and see him in ‘real life’ Look at. Oscar The Dachshund. 42 likes. Oscar is a 6 year old Dachshund who believes he is human!Followers:
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