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Books with author Steven Kellogg

  • A-Hunting We Will Go!

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Morrow, Sept. 28, 1998)
    There's no doubt about it: This energetic crew has no intention of going to sleep. Instead, they gather a lovable team of animal friends and set off on a carefree adventure that takes them from woodlands to waterfalls- and then to even wilder wonderlands, where the sun doesn't set until the kids are good and ready!Steven Kellogg's boisterous romp, inspired by a traditional refrain, turns getting ready for bed into a delightful game that is sure to become a favorite of all not-so-sleepy little ones eveywhere.So come along and join the song: A-Hunting We Will Go!
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  • Pinkerton, Behave!

    Steven Kellogg

    eBook (Dial Books, Sept. 4, 2014)
    Pinkerton doesn't understand his owner’s commands. When told to come, he jumps out the window. When asked to fetch, he destroys the slippers instead. Pinkerton’s desperate owners take him to obedience school, but he flunks out in record time. Then one night a burglar breaks into their house, and Pinkerton is able to put his bad habits to good use. This silly charmer of a story was included on the Booklist and Horn Book best of the year lists and inspired four sequels about the impossibly clueless but irresistibly sweet Pinkerton. Now, in honor of its 35th anniversary, Steven Kellogg has updated the art and text (most notably removing the gun that appeared in the original edition), and has written an introductory note about the book’s history.
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  • Tallyho, Pinkerton!

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Dial, Jan. 1, 1983)
    Pinkerton and his feline sidekick bump into Dr. Aleasha Kibble and her Hunting Academy out for fox, but the striped fox looks remarkably like a skunk
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  • Prehistoric Pinkerton

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 30, 1987)
    Pinkerton is back! And the pony-sized puppy is teething; nothing made of wood or bone is safe. When his owner takes him to Dinosaur Day at the local museum, the hilarious hijinks begin. 31 full-color illustrations.
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  • A Penguin Pup for Pinkerton

    Steven Kellogg

    Paperback (Puffin, Nov. 24, 2003)
    When Emily comes home from school and tells her family what she has learned about penguin parents and their babies, Pinkerton is inspired and starts dreaming of raising a penguin pup of his own. In his desperation to become a father, Pinkerton mistakes a football for a penguin egg and winds up tossing an entire football team into one big pileup. Luckily, Emily's Granny arrives in time to save the day, in this typically hilarious adventure starring everyone's favorite irrepressible Great Dane.
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  • The Island of the Skog

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Dial, Jan. 1, 1973)
    Shout it once! Shout it twice! Friends forever! Skog and mice! Since its publication in 1973, The Island of the Skog has been a favorite of children everywhere-and of the author himself! We're delighted to remind you of this beloved book on its thirtieth birthday. Jenny and her city-mouse friends take to the seas in search of a more peaceful place to live. But when they arrive at what first seems the island of their dreams, they have a giant problem to contend with: the island's only inhabitant, the Skog. Judging by his enormous footprints, he seems a more terrible threat than a hundred urban cats and dogs. How will the mice master their new domain? Funny, exciting and sweet, The Island of the Skog is a timeless tale of cooperation and compromise. It won the Michigan State Young Readers Award, and was included on Booklist's Books for Every Child and the CBC Books for Peace list.
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  • Pinkerton, Behave!

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Dial Books, Sept. 4, 2014)
    Pinkerton doesn't understand his owner’s commands. When told to come, he jumps out the window. When asked to fetch, he destroys the slippers instead. Pinkerton’s desperate owners take him to obedience school, but he flunks out in record time. Then one night a burglar breaks into their house, and Pinkerton is able to put his bad habits to good use. This silly charmer of a story was included on the Booklist and Horn Book best of the year lists and inspired four sequels about the impossibly clueless but irresistibly sweet Pinkerton. Now, in honor of its 35th anniversary, Steven Kellogg has updated the art and text (most notably removing the gun that appeared in the original edition), and has written an introductory note about the book’s history.
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  • Much Bigger Than Martin

    Steven Kellogg

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Sept. 1, 1992)
    Sometimes it's fun being Martin's litle brother, but other times . . . In this charming picture book, a little boy tries to think of all sorts of methods that would help him grow bigger than his bossy older brother.
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  • A Penguin Pup for Pinkerton

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 1, 2001)
    Pinkerton the Great Dane simply can't seem to stay out of trouble and so when he pursues the adoption of a penguin chick, pure chaos at a football game is the result of his accidental maneuvers.
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  • The Missing Mitten Mystery

    Steven Kellogg

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Sept. 23, 2002)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. After a busy day playing in the snow, Annie and her dog look high and low for Annie's missing red mitten.
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  • Yankee Doodle

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, June 1, 1996)
    Set to the tune of the same name, a colorfully illustrated picture book captures Yankee Doodle riding through the Revolutionary War spying on the Redcoats and cheering George Washington's troops on to victory.
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  • Best Friends

    Steven Kellogg

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2008-10-01, Oct. 16, 2008)
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