Annotations for Pretzel


Baker & Taylor
Pretzel finds that being the longest dachshund in all the world is not enough to win the favor of Greta, the little dachshund from across the street

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Baker & Taylor
Written by the creators of the beloved Curious George, the story of the world's longest dachshund--first published in 1944--follows his quest to win the heart of the dog next door, Greta, who does not like long dogs. Simultaneous.

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Houghton
One morning in May five little dachshunds are born. They grow up the way puppies do, and at first they all look exactly alike. But after nine weeks Pretzel starts growing - and growing - and growing! Fully grown, Pretzel is the longest dachshund in all the world. He easily wins a blue ribbon at the dog show and is admired by everyone - everyone but Greta, the little dachshund across the street, who doesn't care for long dogs. Pretzel is unable to win Greta's heart until the day she needs rescuing, when the only dog who can save her must be very, very long. This classic story of puppy love will win the hearts of both old and new Pretzel fans. How can you go wrong with a story that begins and ends with puppies?


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Houghton
The longest dachshund in the world, Pretzel is admired by all and the winner of a blue ribbon at the dog show. Only Greta, the little dachshund across the street, doesn't care for long dogs. At least not until she gets into a jam out of which only a long dog can help her. This classic story of puppy love will win the hearts of both old and new Pretzel fans.


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