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Title
The king who barked king who barked :
Type
Text
Subject
Famous animals--Anecdotes--Juvenile literature.
Famous animals--Folklore--Juvenile literature.
Human-animal relationships--History--Juvenile literature.
Famous animals.
Human-animal relationships.
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: QL793 .J66 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 636 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2008025669
Summary
Stories about real animals who have held positions of leadership, from mayor to king.
Table Of Contents
Africa: Dogs rule: Ethiopia's dog-king
Europe: Horse sense: Incitatus
You dirty dog: King Henry I's dog
It's a dog's life: King Saur
Asia: Puppy love: Emperor Ling Ti's Pekingese dogs
The cat's meow: Myobu No Omoto
Day of the jackal: A hero of India
White elephant: The elephants of the Siamese court
South America: Rhino overthrow: Cacareco
Monkey business: Taio
North America: Gone to the dogs: Bosco
Pussyfooting around: Paisley and company
Going hog wild: Pigasus
Getting his goat: Clay Henry
Mule rule: Boston Curtis.
Intended Audience
juvenile
Authorized Access Point
Jones, Charlotte Foltz. king who barked
Authorized Access Point Variant
Yayo. king who barked