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Buster —Huett, Caleb Zane.

Buster's a therapy dog who needs to take matters into his own paws to help a boy understand his own anxiety . . . even if it means breaking a few rules. Buster's in big trouble. He's been dragged to Dog Court for breakin...

It was supposed to be sunny —Cotterill, Samantha, author, illustrator.

"Laila's birthday party, perfectly planned with her autism in mind, goes awry due to a change in weather and an accident with her cake, but with the help of her mom and her service dog, Laila knows she can handle this."-...

Frankie and Amelia —McGovern, Cammie, author.

After being separated from his family, Franklin becomes an independent cat, until he meets a goofy dog named Chester. Chester is a service dog to his person, a boy named Gus, and Chester knows just the girl to be Frankli...

Cooper's story —Cameron, W. Bruce, author.

Cooper, a malamute-Great Dane puppy, finds purpose as service dog and emotional support animal to fifth-grader Burke, a boy in a wheelchair.

Thanks to Nicki —Creel, Ann Howard.

After a busy summer training Sprocket, the service dog she has been raising, Nickis school year gets off to a rough start as she works on reconciling her two best friends, accepting that Sprocket will soon leave for plac...

My buddy —Osofsky, Audrey.

A young boy with muscular dystrophy tells how he is teamed up with a dog trained to do things for him that he can't do for himself.

Odyssey and Shammy go to school —Heath, Barry, author.

"This book has two sections. The first is a children's book where the two main characters with service dogs come to a new school on the first day of classes. Two important messages are presented. One, people with disabil...

Harley the hero —Collins, Peggy, 1975- author, illustrator.

"Harley is a service dog to elementary school teacher Ms. Prichard, who needs a quiet, orderly environment. One of her students, Amelia, has auditory sensitivities of her own. When a small fire throws the class into chao...

Luna howls at the moon —Tubb, Kristin O'Donnell, author.

Luna, a Labrador therapy dog, must keep all the kids in her group safe when they decide to go looking for their friend Hector, who doesn't show up in session one day.

Keys to the city —Schroeder, Lisa, author.

Nearly-thirteen-year-old Melinda Jia Mackay was adopted from China as a baby, and she has always preferred to stay out of the limelight, reading and writing for her own pleasure--but now she has a summer assignment, so w...

Elvis and the underdogs —Lee, Jenny, 1971-

All his life Benji, now ten, has been sickly and he has long been targeted by the school bully, but after a seizure Benji gets a therapy dog that is not only big enough to protect him, it can also talk.

Buddy's story —Morgan, Blake, author.

"Buddy is a dog with a big appetite and an even bigger heart--which means he's absolutely perfect for doing a Very Important Job. When Buddy becomes Noah's service dog, he is excited to have a family of his own. Noah has...

Forever Amigo : an Abby story —Abrams, Kelsey, author.

"Abby struggles with the loss of her service dog, Amigo." -- Provided by publisher.

Rescue & Jessica : a life-changing friendship —Kensky, Jessica, author.

Rescue thought he'd grow up to be a Seeing Eye dog - it's the family business, after all. When he gets the news that he's better suited to being a service dog, he's worried that he's not up to the task. Then he meets Jes...

Nicki —Creel, Ann Howard.

When ten-year-old Nicki agrees to take over the training of Sprocket, a service dog, it is just one more thing in her overly full schedule, but much to her surprise, dog training teaches Nicki a valuable skill--how to st...

Elvis and the underdogs secrets, Secret Service, and room service —Lee, Jenny, 1971-
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2014
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It's been months since Benji's former therapy dog, Elvis, was whisked away by the Secret Service, but Benji still misses him terribly. Luckily, because Elvis is now the president's dog, Benji can keep tabs on him via all...

Catie Copley's great escape —Kovacs, Deborah.

Catie Copley, a seeing-eye dog and canine ambassador at Boston's Fairmont Hotel, visits Quebec City.

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