Marley Goes To School by John Grogan
  

Marley Goes To School

Written by John Grogan
Illustrated by Richard Cowdrey

Synopsis

Marley Goes To School by John Grogan

Packed with action and hilarious antics, this is the third picture book about Marley, who first appeared in the phenomenally bestselling novel, `Marley and Me'. It's the first day of school and Cassie is all set to go. So is her dog, Marley! Although he's told to stay, Marley digs a tunnel out of the backyard and sniffs his way to school. As he roams the halls looking for Cassie, he finds trouble instead. From wolfing down hot dogs in the cafeteria to setting free a bunch of mice in science class, Marley won't stop until he locates his best friend. This lovable and rowdy dog may not be much of an academic, but he's full of school spirit!

Reviews

Reviews for Marley and Me:

`...a very funny Valentine ... full of tail-thumping enthusiasm.





About the Author

John Grogan is a columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and former edtior in chief of Organic Gardening magazine. He lives with his wife and three children in the Pennsylvania countryside.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

John Grogan
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Publisher

HarperCollins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Publication date

6th August 2009

ISBN

9780007318780


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