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Marley: A Dog Like No Other

The Cover Of The Middle school Version Of “Marley A Dog Like No Other”.

Anybody heard of “Marley The Dog” before?  Well he’s a rather famous dog.  First a book, then a movie.  But before the book or the Major Motion Picture of him–there was Marley himself, in the “fur” so to speak.

From the way John Grogan (who was also Marley’s owner) describes him, Marley truly was a dog like no other.

The description on the back of the book can tell you that you’re in for a book chock full of surprises.  I know the saying “Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover”.  But really folks, if you picked up a book from a library shelf and read this on the back of it–

With an appetite for nearly anything he can get his mouth around, including couches and fine jewelry, Marley is always getting into trouble.  But to his family, he is a dog like no other.  In this adaption of his #1 New York Times bestselling Marley & Me, John Grogan brings the Labrador retriever’s heartwarming antics to life–and shows how one big, rambunctious dog can teach a family what really matters in life.

I would think that any dog lover who likes to read would check it out immediately.  I did anyways.  🙂

Boy am I glad I did!  I loved the book, I think that children at least 9 or 10 and up would like it.  Of course–that’s only my opinion.  But if he’s so famous–well, it’s a good book.  😀



I mostly draw and write but I have a side love for theatre as well. A few of my favorite pastimes are creating characters, role-playing and theorizing over my favorite series (whatever format they're in).

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