This copy of My Sister Gracie by Gillian Johnson is a HB with a DJ. It was published by Tundra Books (Canada) in 2000. Condition: Very Good/Very Good--pages are crisp and clean and show no handling; no markings; binding tight; bottom corner of the book has been bumped; DJ shows slight handling; DJ is not price clipped.
From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 3-Blue-blooded Fabio has everything a dog could want-a bone to chew, a rubber ball, a nice family-but it's still not enough. What he really wants is a brother. When his family announces that they are going to get another dog, Fabio dreams of a "baby thoroughbred" that will accompany him to the park, play ball with him, and enjoy lots of canine capers. But, of course, it's all too good to be true. Not only is the new dog no thoroughbred, SHE is also a homely mutt from the pound. Large, lazy, and none too attractive, Gracie is an embarrassment who won't share her bone, chase balls, or chew rugs. Fabio decides that she must go, but Gracie will have none of his plan to get rid of her. When a tiny terrier declares that Gracie is ugly, though, Fabio rises to the occasion: "-she's my sister after all." The rhyming tale is enhanced by whimsical watercolor cartoons, similar in style to Lynn Munsinger's work. The pictures are humorous, but understated and appealing. An endearing addition to stories about family relationships and sibling rivalry.
Roxanne Burg, Thousand Oaks Library, CA
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