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Charlie the Ranch Dog Ree Drummond, theNew York Times bestselling author of the Pioneer Woman Cooks series of books, introduces us to her lovable hound Charlie in Charlie the Ranch DogWith expressive illustrations by Diane deGroat, a delicious recipe from Ree Drummond, and the hilarious antics of Charlie, this hardcover picture book is an excellent giftMeet Charlie He s a ranch dog Breakfast is his life, especially when bacon is involved Charlie has dangly ears, floppy skin, and big fat paws And he loves living in the country That s because he works like a dogfixing fences, gardening, and helping his family out on the range A ranch dog s work is never done This endearing picture book for dog lovers everywhere shows readers that even though you may love bacon and naps most of all, working on the ranch is all about hard work and determination A New York Times bestseller

10 thoughts on “Charlie the Ranch Dog

  1. says:

    Breakfast is life Enough said I am CharlieI prefer bacon

  2. says:

    Now, I love the Pioneer Woman blog, but I can t get behind a book that seems to only exist for brand promotion There s no storytelling here, just prattle about the details of the daily life of a ranch dog in the same cutesy voice that Drummond uses on her blog I have a copy of this at the library because our centralized collection development bought it for us One sta

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    Meet Charlie, the pioneer ranch dog Charlie is the beloved pet of Ree Drummond, author of the the hugely popular blog, The Pioneer Woman In this amusing story, Charlie narrates a typical day at the ranch with his sidekick and fellow canine, Suzie Apparently, Suzie is in need of much guidance about what needs to be done on a ranch and Charlie s work is never done betwe

  4. says:

    The girls and I have discovered a new favorite dog in Children s Literature, along with Biscuit, Spot, and Clifford His name is Charlie and he lives, on a working cattle ranch, in Australia Charlie s heart, is as big as the dog bowl, containing his favorite treat bacon.In this story, Charlie, guides the reader on a tour of a typical day, in the life of a ranch dog Char

  5. says:

    Charlie the Ranch Dog by Ree Drummond, illustrated by Diane deGroat is a look at the life of a hard working pioneer ranch dog, two dogs in fact, as related by Ree Drummond, known as the Pioneer Woman Charlie narrates a typical day at the ranch with his fellow canine Suzy Charlie is a bassett hound and Suzie is a Jack Russell Terrier In Charlie s mind he is constantly bu

  6. says:

    The genre of this book is a picture book, and is intended for children who are P ages five to eight years old This book is about a dog names Charlie and his friend Suzie who live on a ranch Charlie is a bassett hound who loves to sleep and eat, and occasionally work on the ranch But really Suzie does most of the work while Charlie relaxs This is a very cute book that chi

  7. says:

    Loved this book Such a cute story, and my K 3 grade kids enjoyed it I was going to do a book talk on Brian Selznick s Wonderstruck and share his writing process with the 4th and 5th graders had seen him in person at a book signing where he did a presentation I wanted to show the writing process with a book appropriate for the young ones, as well, and found Ree Drummond s

  8. says:

    I follow Ree s blog and my absolute favorite part of it are Charlie stories and pictures How did I not know that there was a picture book about him I was browsing the shelves at the library and it popped right out at me when I saw the title on the spine I knew it had to be about the Charlie that I loved to follow online Loved the illustrations and the run down of Charlie s

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    Charlie, as the title so explicitly states, is a ranch dog He s up before the sun and helps out with chores around the ranch like sniffing, eating, and napping Charlie likes to think he s being helpful, but really his best friend Suzy does all the heavy lifting I adored the illustration in this book, and I especially love how they so perfectly and lovably contradict the sto

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    Charlie the hound lives on a ranch, with his terrier friend, Susie The two work hard all day, with Charlie making sure that Susie does her job right Between meals, naps, and supervising, a ranch dog s work is never done Hmm Guess it s time for another nap.Zzzz With wonderful illustrations by Diane de Groat, this picture book will tickle the funny bone of kids who understand

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