Enzo and the Christmas Tree Hunt!
ISBN: 0062295322
EAN13: 9780062295323
Language: English
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 10.00" L x 10.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Overview
The unforgettable dog Enzo, first introduced in the New York Times bestselling novel The Art of Racing in the Rain , helps his family, Denny and Zo', find the perfect Christmas tree in this heartwarming holiday tale. Author 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 Zo' and Enzo search for the ultimate tree, the snow begins to fall and Zo' 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.
Editor Reviews
From the Back Cover Sparkly ornaments are brought out, the neighborhood's glittering with lights, and snow is in the air. When Zoë tells Enzo that they are going on a hunt for the perfect Christmas tree, Enzo isn't so sure. Why would they put a tree inside the house? But Zoë's enthusiasm is infectious, and Enzo knows he's in for an adventure. The Christmas tree farm is a magical place, filled with Douglas firs and Scotch pines, cider, and cookies too. But best of all, there are Newfoundlands, the biggest dogs Enzo's ever seen, who help haul the trees away on sleds. They're SO big they look like bears in dog suits! As Zoë and Enzo go on the ultimate hunt, they search for a tree that's not too tall, not too scraggly, and not too wide. But when Zoë loses her way, she learns that her family is never far behind. New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Racing in the Rain Garth Stein tells this touching story about the true spirit of Christmas.