Lord Banjo the Royal Pooch
Lord Banjo the Royal Pooch
Lord Banjo the Royal Pooch
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Are you a dog lover? Do you enjoy dog books? Meet Lord Banjo. From humble family dog to Royal Pooch, what a difference a doggie DNA test makes. When Banjo discovers he's descended from royalty, he knows he's destined to rule. With gentle barks and a touch of the royal paw, he informs his mum that her highest priority is to help him tell his story. The short chapters and sweet illustrations in this tale of a lovable, huggable dog will appeal to adults and children alike. You'll laugh out loud as Lord Banjo describes his adventures with the Royal Mum and Dad and the Royal Critter Sitter. You'll meet Puddin' the cat and learn what she thinks about her brother's royal status. Dog lovers of all ages will appreciate Lord Banjo's antics, and if you're a pet parent, his behavior will seem strangely familiar. Have you ever wondered what your dogs and cats are thinking? Find out when you read this humorous book, destined to become one of your favorites.

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Animals
  • For Reluctant Readers
  • Humor
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up

Lord Banjo has always looked, felt, and acted like royalty, but now he has proof. For his human father’s birthday he gets a DNA test and finds that he is a descendant of France’s royal dogs. But he is not getting the treatment he deserves! Miss Beverly, his favorite dog-sitter, has declared that he is too fat.

In this autobiography with a twist, Lord Banjo (AKA the royal pooch), is a distinguished dog who finds out (through his human owners) that his heritage comes from a long line of royal dogs of the French monarchy. This book is a summary of highlights from a year through his eyes. His writings contain details about his daily life, friends, likes and dislikes, and summer trips. As he writes his memoirs, Banjo is joined by his critter friends, Puddin’ the cat, and Tinker the dog.

 

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