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In a humorous look at adjusting to change, the two family dogs, Marshmallow and FudgeFudge, grumble about how that “new animal,” – a baby – has altered their lives at home. No one wants to play, FudgeFudge has lost her place on the couch, and worst of all is that “new animal” smell. But when Grandpa pays a visit, the dogs are surprised by how loyal to “it” they have suddenly become.

©2005 Emily Jenkins (P)2006 Weston Woods

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Delightful book for a child with a new baby sibling

Emily Jenkins has a great feel for dogs and captures wonderful stories. This one is also very well read. It’s very simple, two dogs are the original “kids” of a family, but then there is a new baby and they do not care for it. A child who has just found his or herself in this position will definitely identify. All ends well.

Good as just a real physical book, but the reading of this one is excellent.