Otis and the Puppy

Otis and the Puppy

by Loren Long, Trace Adkins

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Overview

**Read by country music superstar Trace Adkins!**

**The New York Times bestseller and companion to Otis, the official 2013 Jumpstart Read for the Record selection!**


Otis and his farm friends love to play hide-and-seek. Otis especially loves to be "It," finding his friends as they hide. Yet when the newest addition to the farm—a bounding puppy who can't sit still and has a habit of licking faces—tries to hide, he finds his attention wandering and is soon lost in the forest. Night falls and Otis, knowing his new friend is afraid of the dark, sets out to find him. There's just one problem: Otis is also afraid of the dark. His friend is alone and in need, though, so Otis takes a deep breath, counts to ten, and sets off on a different game of hide-and-seek.

From the critically-acclaimed illustrator of The Little Engine that Could, Of Thee I Sing, and Otis, the 2013 Read for the Record selection.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780698152090
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date: 03/12/2013
Series: Otis Series
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 40
File size: 47 MB
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Age Range: 3 - 7 Years

About the Author

Loren Long is a Midwesterner, having grown up in Missouri and attended school at The University of Kentucky in Lexington. He pursued graduate-level studies at the American Academy of Art in Chicago after graduating with a BA in Graphic Design/Art Studio from the University of Kentucky. He and his wife, Tracy, have two sons. 

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From the Publisher

“It is spring and there is a new puppy on the farm. After Otis rescues the whimpering pooch from the doghouse (and the dark), the two become fast friends. Painterly gouache and pencil illustrations have panoramic views, and stars and headlights shine through the dark of twilight and forest. And that is where the puppy gets lost one evening, after playing hide-and-seek. When the sun sets, and the search party gives up until dawn, Otis confronts his own fear of the dark and forges ahead . . . Older readers will delight in Long’s use of idioms, and younger children will appreciate the loyalty of a true friend and understand the terror, not of darkness, but of aloneness. Otis will win readers’ hearts.”—School Library Journal
 

New York Times

**THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!**

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