Kate Foster – Paws
Everything is changing for 11-year-old Alex and, as an autistic person, change can be terrifying. With the first day of high school only a couple of months away, Alex is sure that having a friend by his side will help. So, he’s devised a plan – impress the kids at school by winning a trophy at the PAWS Dog Show with his trusty sidekick, Kevin. This should be a walk in the park . . . right?
Lin Anderson – The Blaze Dog Detective the Magic Flag Mystery
When the famous flag of the Clan MacLeod disappears from a locked room at Dunvegan Castle on the Isle of Skye, the police immediately call in Blaze Dog Detective. After all, his scenting skills are legendary. With his team of Rosa, Rory and wee brother Laoch, Blaze leads the chase to rescue this magical flag before it can be spirited away from the island forever.
Did Somebody Say Walk?
A delightful picture book written by Janetta Harvey, and illustrated beautifully by Annabel Wilson.
Saving Maya, is perfect for readers aged 8 and above. It tells the story of two dogs who are destined to become sisters.
All royalties from Janetta’s books are donated to the Schnauzer charity (for ex puppy farm dogs) and sales when bought from the Schnauzerfest online shop (link: https://www.schnauzerfest.org/shop?category=Books)
Obi, a beautiful yellow Labrador, loves adventure, helping people and solving mysteries
Donna Maguire – The Wacky World of Silly Willy Winston
In this first book of a series, the world gets introduced to Silly Willy Winston, a steadfast friend and unlikely hero that young readers can relate to and admire.
Just another day at the office? Not quite for Princess Sydney. Our heroine spends the day charming her parents for treats and side stepping her annoying brother every chance she gets, all the while protecting the mean streets of Snoqualmie from her perch on high.
illustrated by Britt Sekulic
The Daily Rounds of a Hound by Ed Payne and illustrated by Britt Sekulic is the tale of Molly Malone – an adorable mutt adopted from an animal shelter by a new family. Once home, the family learns that Molly is carrying stowaways – a litter of nine pups.
Blueberry Bear is about a pup named Bear that follows her nose instead of following in her sibling’s paw prints.
Mister Spunky and His Friends is a children’s picture book that helps educate children the importance of love, friendship and helping others with special needs.
Using fun rhyming words and whimsical illustrations, Too Many Dogs tells the tale of an overabundance of dogs struggling to live peacefully in a small house.
Priceless Penny chronicles one dog’s amazing journey from lonely stray to pampered pooch.