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Charlie and the New Baby (Charlie the Ranch Dog) Hardcover – April 29, 2014
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From School Library Journal
K-Gr 2—Charlie the Ranch Dog is concerned. His family has brought a calf inside the house. He knows that "Mama and the kids" will give the calf lots of tender loving care, but when he feels they have forgotten to attend to his needs, he ends his day dreaming about "a time when a dog could lie on his own bed. A time when a dog could get a bath and a belly rub from time to time. A time before this silly ol' calf ever showed up." Charlie's quiet tolerance is rewarded by morning, though. He receives a thank-you lick on the head from the reinvigorated calf. Charlie's enviousness is easy to understand when looking at deGroat's realistic illustrations. His longing for attention is reflected in his facial features and body language. The watercolor-over-digital-art paintings make readers feel at home. Drummond includes a child-friendly recipe for Egg-in-a-Hole at the back of the book.—Tanya Boudreau, Cold Lake Public Library, AB, Canada
From the Back Cover
It sure is nice to be King of the Ranch. Just ask Charlie! His days are filled with belly rubs, bacon, and Mama's special tender loving care.
But then his daily routine is interrupted when a new baby shows up! All of a sudden, everyone's attention is on her, and not on Charlie. They tuck her in, feed her dinner, and give her their tender loving care.
What is a ranch dog to do?
In this heartwarming tale by Ree Drummond—The Pioneer Woman herself—Charlie discovers that even with a new baby at home, there's enough love to go around and that being a big brother is an even bigger job than being King of the Ranch. (Well . . . almost as big!)
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