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— The New Yorker"Uma divertida história de amor... cheia de entusiasmo canino."
— New York Times"Você vai rir, chorar e se surpreender. Marley é um cão inesquecível. Nas mãos de um escritor observador, realista e objetivo como Grogan, esta é uma jornada tão humana quanto canina. Qualquer um que ame cachorros vai adorar conhecer."
— Jon Katx, autor do best-seller Um ano de cão e Os cães de Bedlam Farm"Labradores são considerados calmos, comportados e fiéis — e então surge Marley, tema desta encantadora homenagem a um labrador que fugiu do padrão. A crônica de Grogan sobre o hiperativo e cativante cachorro é escrita com muito humor."
— Publisher WeeklyQuem convive com cachorros sabe: mesmo o mais bagunceiro e desobediente deles ainda derrete o coração dos donos todos os dias com sua dedicação e amor incondicionais. Mas Marley é dose para leão! John e Jenny não sabiam no que estavam se metendo quando decidiram adotar aquele lindo filhotinho de labrador… Um cão sem igual, Marley conquistou leitores do mundo inteiro e se tornou protagonista do sucesso cinematográfico de 2008 baseado no livro, estrelado por Jennifer Aniston e Owen Wilson.John e Jenny eram recém-casados, jovens e apaixonados, vivendo em uma casinha perfeita sem nenhuma preocupação. Jenny, temendo não ter vindo com o "dom" da maternidade no DNA, queria testar seus instintos maternais antes de enveredar pelo caminho da gravidez. Por isso o casal decidiu ter um mascote. Após visitar uma fazenda, escolheram o filhotinho Marley, encantados com a doçura da mãe.
THE NO. 1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER THAT MOVED DOG LOVERS ALL OVER THE WORLD
**NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE, STARRING OWEN WILSON AND JENNIFER ANISTON**
'A book with intense appeal . . . tenderly follows its subject from sunrise to sunset'
New York Times
'Not just a funny dog story . . . It's a universal story of family life and a publishing sensation' The Times
'Made me laugh so much I pulled a muscle in my solar plexus' Daily Mail
'A wonderful, moving book that even non-dog-lovers cannot fail to enjoy' Mail on Sunday
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The original book that moved millions of readers around the world and that inspired the major motion picture of the same name starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston.
This No. 1 Sunday Times bestseller tells the heart-warming tale of how a wiggly yellow fur ball of a puppy could grow into a barrelling, ninety-seven pound stramroller of a Labrador retriever who would prove that unconditional love comes in many forms.
John and Jenny were just beginning their life together. They were young and in love, with a perfect little house and not a care in the world. Along comes Marley, mischievous, hyperactive and so unruly he is expelled from obedience school. How could they possibly know that this incorrigible dog could teach them more about love for life than they could hope to teach him?
Since becoming a major motion picture, starring Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson, this heart-warming and unforgettable story of a family and their haphazard dog has become a timeless family favourite.
Jeepers peepers! Cassie’s class hatched chicks at school, and Cassie gets to bring them home for the weekend to share with her family. The chicks are very cute, but will need a lot of attention . . . which Marley soon finds out.
While Cassie is out of the house on a playdate, leaving Marley to babysit, the chicks get loose from their cage and begin to run around the house! Can Marley round up the chicks before Cassie gets back, or will the temptation to have a playdate of his own be too great for him to resist? Find out in this lively Marley I Can Read!
Marley the loveable, trouble-making yellow lab stars in another holiday adventure in the picture book Trick or Treat, Marley! by John Grogan, author of Marley & Me.
Marley’s family is throwing a Halloween party. Cassie and Baby Louie are having lots of fun putting up spooky decorations. And Marley’s having even more fun destroying them. The kids hang a creepy skeleton. Marley runs away with the leg bone. The kids string fake spider webs on the stairs. Marley sweeps them up with his tail. The kids carve pumpkins. Marley gets his head stuck in a jack-o’-lantern.
Worst of all—he eats every piece of Halloween candy!
Will Marley’s family be able to have any Halloween fun with their naughty puppy around?
Richard Cowdrey’s illustrations bring the charming and mischievous Marley to life.
Woof! Woof! Woof! Marley barks at tricycles. Marley barks at trucks. Marley barks at mailmen . . . neighbors . . . even other dogs! His job is to let his family know when important things happen. But after all his barking, when something really important happens, will Marley’s family still pay attention?
Beginning readers will enjoy Marley’s hilarious antics in Marley: The Dog Who Cried Woof, the perfect addition to the I Can Read! series inspired by John Grogan’s bestselling picture books.
Halloween fun with goofy, well-intentioned Marley the dog!
This I Can Read stars Marley, the mischievous dog from the New York Times and international bestseller Marley & Me by John Grogan. Marley's family wants their giant pumpkin to win a prize at the fair. But on the big day, their silly dog sends the pumpkin on a wild ride instead!
This Level Two I Can Read is geared toward kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
When Mommy decides to surprise Cassie with a newly painted bedroom, Marley wants to help. But by the time he's done, the messy dog is in need of a little help himself!
When Marley's family gets angry at him, Marley runs away from home. Who knew one little dog could get into such big trouble? Will Marley's family find him?
Mommy, Daddy, Cassie, and Baby Louie welcome Marley, their new Labrador pup, into their family. But Marley doesn't stay a tiny puppy for long. He grows and grows, and the bigger Marley gets, the bigger trouble he gets into. Big, bad-boy trouble. Whether it's chewing Mommy's reading glasses or swallowing Daddy's paycheck, Marley is a dog like no other. He tries to be a good dog, honest he does, but everything he tries ends up bad. Then one day Marley goes too far. Will this family have to find a new home for their big, crazy, pure-hearted dog?
Inspired by John Grogan's bestselling memoir, Marley & Me, this heartwarming story shows that loving someone, flaws and all, can reap huge rewards.
When a pair of adorable kittens joins the family, Marley is so excited to have two new friends to play with that he follows the felines everywhere. But Marley is no graceful kitten. By imitating their gentle behavior, he unintentionally makes a mess all over the house and gets into big trouble for it. What did I do this time? he wonders. Marley is afraid he may have lost his number-one status in the household . . . until an unlikely pair reminds him and his family that no one's purrrrr-fect!
In a story that hilariously reveals the differences between cats and dogs, everyone's favorite misbehaving pup learns from some new friends just how special he really is.
With all the excitement of Christmas approaching, it's no surprise that Marley, the lovable pup with a nose for trouble, wants to get in on the action. Anticipating his very first snowfall and Santa's arrival, Marley jumps in to help his family every way he can. But Marley, being Marley, always ends up on the wrong side of right. It's not long before he tears down the twinkle lights, attacks a chain of paper snowflakes, and mistakes the Christmas tree for . . . well . . . his very own indoor bathroom. Will Marley's good intentions ruin everything before Christmas begins? Or will he manage to share some Christmas magic with his family after all?
This follow-up to the #1 bestselling Bad Dog, Marley! delivers a heartfelt holiday story with many hilarious Marley mishaps along the way.
It's the first day of school and Cassie is all set to go. So is her dog, Marley!
Although he's told to stay, Marley digs a tunnel out of the backyard and sniffs his way to school. As he roams the halls looking for Cassie, he finds trouble instead. From wolfing down hot dogs in the cafeteria to setting free a bunch of mice in science class, Marley won′t stop until he locates his best friend. This lovable and rowdy dog may not be much of an academic, but he's full of school spirit!