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Marley: A Dog Like No Other
Meet Marley, a yellow furball of a puppy who quickly grows into a large, rowdy Labrador retriever. Marley is always getting into trouble, whether he is stealing underwear, crashing through doors, or drooling on guests, some may say he′s the World′s Worst Dog!
But those who know and love Marley accept him as a dog like no other. His heart is pure and his larger-than-life personality irresistible. He brings joy to his family, the Grogans, and teaches them what really matters in life.
This a great book, with adorable photos of Marley! It has detail and a personal touch to it. I found it best reading the Marley and Me, this version wasfor children and I didn't find it as good as Marley and Me. Its however a great book every dog lover shoul read!
ahhhhhhhhhh, look at this cute adorable puppy...
it is not cute for long...
this dog pulls down a garage in 30 minutes, ripps a couch apart in 10 minutes, chews up a solid gold necklace in 5 minutes and you should start reading this book... NOW!!
there are two versions of this book, this version and an adult version. i have read both and they are equally as good.
This book made me cry. This book made me laugh. If this book could do all that then I wonder what Marley the dog was actually like to meet!
This book was one of the best biography I have read in ages, although I pefer 'Marley and Me' to this one. Marley the yellow labrador with all his glamourous adventures, is such an amazing dog, in so many ways. His memory will live on, and I'm sure anyone who ever met him, will never forget him.
Marley enters the home of Jenny and John Grogan when they realize it's time to adopt a puppy. As their family grows, the dog provides the same kind of experiences that John had growing up with his own beloved pooch. But Marley comes with an unexpected personality. He presents some challenges, although unintentionally, and might seem to be misinterpreting his owner's requests. For example, after working on response training, John calls Marley, who charges full speed --- doggie drool flying everywhere --- and stops only after crashing on top of John. At the dog beach one must adhere to a number of strict rules, one of which is that pooping is not allowed in the water. Unfortunately, Marley is unable to comply with this one after drinking all the salt water