Enzo helps Denny and Zoë find the perfect Christmas tree in this heartwarming holiday tale. Garth Stein tells this touching story about the true spirit of Christmas in this second Enzo picture book. Fans of A Very Marley Christmas by John Grogan and Charlie and the Christmas Kitty by Ree Drummond will delight in Enzo’s wise personality and funny antics.
The family heads off to the tree farm, filled with noble firs, cider, and Newfoundlands—the biggest dogs Enzo has ever seen—who help haul the Christmas trees away on sleds. But as Zoë and Enzo search for the ultimate tree, the snow begins to fall and Zoë loses her way. When Enzo comes to her rescue (with a few of his perfect puppy howls), he proves that family is never far behind. R. W. Alley’s fantastic illustrations bring the beloved Enzo to life with lots of Christmas cheer.
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In Enzo’s Very Scary Halloween Enzo experiences his first Halloween with his human friends Denny and Zoë, in this (not so) very scary picture book.
When Halloween comes around, Enzo doesn’t know what to expect. Jack-o’-lanterns light up the streets, giant spiders weave webs on porches, and ordinary lawns become creepy graveyards, while every child and dog transforms into a creature of some kind—including Enzo! Enzo the dragon is determined to protect fairy princess Zoë from the monsters and goblins in their neighborhood, but when things get a little too scary, Enzo’s family is there to reassure him that everything is make-believe and only meant to be fun—just like the wonderful trick-or-treat parade that ends this spook-tastic night!
Introducing Garth’s picture book debut about the lovable dog Enzo from The Art of Racing in the Rain. Enzo Races in the Rain! is a heartwarming tale of coming home.
Enzo the puppy’s action-packed adventure begins when he makes the journey from the farm to the city (bark twice for faster!), discovers just how big the world is, and finds the family that was meant to be his.
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