Bruno, the little, brown puppy wanted to play! He needed a friend.
“Come play with me!” said Bruno to the white cow.
“No! No! No!” replied the white cow, shaking her head. “I have work to do. I
have to give milk for Tinnu and Minnu. Milk for their family, too. Go away. I
have WORK to do! MOOOOOOOOO!”
The Puppy that wanted to Play [Illustrations by Shiju George] Bruno went to the brown cock....
Rip my puppy is so smart
He loves a bounce-y ball
I love to see him run and jump
And rush back at my call!
I miss him so when I’m at school
And Rip is far away
He jumps with joy when I return
And we rush off to play.
Rip my Puppy [Illustration by Anup Singh] (C) Swapna Dutta
The Adventures of Clifford  Clifford the Small Red Puppy
Clifford Grows Up
Clifford takes a Trip
Written by Norman Birdwell
Pictures by Norman Birdwell
Published by Scholastic Inc. Ltd.
The three charming picture-books tell the story of the reddest, biggest dog in America, Clifford.
Clifford the Small Puppy is the story of Clifford, the tiniest puppy who grows up to be the largest dog ever seen. He belongs to the kindly Emily Elizabeth, who loves him dearly....
The immense joy a dog brings to a family is unparalleled. The thrill of coming home to the deliriously happy barking of a dog is one of the few moments that makes owning a dog such a magical experience. The dog often becomes the one member of the family whose love for each person in the family is unconditional and unflagging.
Yet, owning a dog has its pitfalls. Or, to put it more positively, responsibilities. Responsibilities that, ultimately, parents must be willing, and able, to take, irrespective of whether their children will take on some of the attendant chores....
Have you seen the movie ‘101 Dalmatians?’ Remember the cute cuddly spotted puppies scampering around and performing tricks? Well, if you loved the movie, here’s some news for you – Disney is coming out with yet another puppy-filled movie and it is going to be called ‘102 Dalmatians’ – a sequel to the original movie.
No Dalmatians Please [Illustration by Anup Singh] Dalmatians are believed to have originated in Dalmatia (now in Croatia, Europe), long, long ago....
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