Books and Barks

Shiloh the Library Dog
My name is Shiloh and I love books. I also love snacks, my humans, and my friends. I even have a cat as a friend. Only one. Bob is a very quick cat.
Since I love books so much, my humans read for me and show me wonderful stories about all kinds of things. Can you guess what my favorite kind of book is? Do you need a hint? Of course it’s dogs. But I like lots of other books, too.
As new books come to the Charles Town Library, I will tell you about some of them. Some of the books might be read aloud by Miss Debbie at one of our Story Time events and others can be checked out by you or your big human.
I hope you like these books as much as I do.
Your furry friend,
Shiloh

 

 

My Latest Reviews

And Tango Makes Three
By Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell
Illustrated by Henry Cole
Shiloh’s Rating: Four paws

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Alan’s Big, Scary Teeth
By Jarvis
Shiloh’s Rating: Four (shaking) paws
By Jarvis

 

Shiloh’s Rating: Four (shaking) paws

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Doggo and Pupper

By Katherine Applegate
Illustrated by Charlie Alder

Shiloh’s Rating: Four paws and a tail wag!

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The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

By Charlie Mackesy

Shiloh’s Rating: Four paws!

There is no dog in this book, but for once, it is ok.

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Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that type

By Doreen Cronin

Illustrated by Betsy Lewin

Shiloh’s Rating: Four paws

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1 reply »

  1. Good Morning!

    I read The Boy, the mole, the fox, and the Horse to my mother, Angelique Secret Mackey, after she bought the book for me. We both enjoyed it very much. We, especially, enjoyed the font and the illustrations. The illustrations made me want to learn how to draw horses. So, my mother bought me a book on how to draw horses and other animals!

    I am glad you liked the book too. I look forward to your next book suggestion!

    Sincerely,

    Everly Grace Mackey

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