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Showcase Your Love for Pets with These 10 Books

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Here's a collection of cat books and pet books about pets, how to get them to want unique creatures, and more that we like!


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  1. This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers


This book delves into the idea of ownership and poses a simple yet crucial question: what does owning genuinely mean to you? This fantastic story illustrates how we never truly own any animal or human. Instead, we share our lives and space with others, and everyone requires their own space and freedom to be happy for four children and their parents.


  1. Not Norman: A Goldfish Story by Kelly Bennett


The youngster desired a pet that could run, fetch, and snuggle in this story, but he received a Goldfish! Norman is his name. The boy tries unsuccessfully to switch the fish. However, the youngster eventually accepts Norman and will not trade him for anything. It's a nice, reassuring story, and "Not Norman" ends differently.


  1. Let's get a pup by Bob Graham.


The representation of a real family and the fact that the animals choose their families are depicted with warmth and compassion in this beautiful book. It’s a lovely book for animal lovers. They are strongly suggested!


  1. The New Puppy by The Anholt's


The Anholts explain in the forward that this narrative was inspired by a moment when their youngster desired a pet. This already lovely story is enhanced with vintage pictures.


  1. My Cat Just Sleeps by Joanne Partis


Isn't it unfair not to include novels on cats in this list? A girl believes her cat sleeps all day in this humorous picture book for cat lovers aged two and above. To find out if this is true, keep reading.


  1. Harry the Dirty Dog by Gene Zion


Harry is a black-spotted white dog who despises baths. So, he steals the bath brush and buries it in the yard before fleeing the house. He becomes dirty along the way. However, the novel is so much more. A contemporary classic that comes highly recommended.


  1. The Pigeon Wants a Puppy by Mo Willems


This story is about a Pigeon who desperately wants a puppy and keeps telling the readers how it will try to care for and love the puppy. What would the Pigeon think, though, if its request is granted? If you liked the Pigeon series, you'd enjoy this one.


  1. What pet to get by Emma Dodd


A young child expresses his desire for several wild creatures as pets to his mother, who calmly and reassuringly explains why they cannot have those animals as pets. An adorable book with ample illustrations, ideal for children aged two and up who enjoy animals.

 

  1. Officer Buckle & Gloria by Peggy Rathmann


Every day, Officer Buckle's safety talks bore the students. Students are oblivious to his presence. Officer Buckle then obtains a sidekick named Gloria one day. Officer Buckle is up in front of the audience, and Gloria is right behind him, acting out the tip. The kids are suddenly seated in their chairs, laughing, and enjoying the entertainment. A fantastic novel that comes highly recommended!


  1. What Pet Should I Get? (Classic Seuss)


This Dr Seuss picture book on making up one's mind has never been seen before and is the literary equivalent of buried treasure! What happens when a brother and sister go to a pet store to choose a pet? They can't pick just one! The story takes a traditional childhood experience—choosing a pet—and turns it into a life lesson: it' sits hard to decide, but sometimes you must!


So, what are your thoughts on our 10 Best Pet Books for Young Readers list? Are these also some of your favourites? Do you have any other ideas for us? If you leave a remark below, we'll be sure to look into the books. You might be curious about it.


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