When neighbor dog Chad invites Libby to meet some dog friends at the dog park, Libby is intrigued — and Dish is skeptical. Dish instructs Libby on the differences between “dog people” and “cat people,” and Libby decides to undertake some first-hand research with a host of spunky, wise, and enthusiastic pups. Most importantly, Libby discovers that animals are far more diverse and complex that she ever knew.
About the Stories
Part One: So Many Dogs
Libby discovers, to her surprise, that Chad knows a lot more about the neighborhood dogs than she had realized — and that Dish has stronger opinions on the topic that she had known.
Part Two: Dish's Take
After Libby is invited to visit the dog park with Chad, Dish sits down with Libby to have a heart-to-heart chat about what dogs are truly like, in his view.
Part Three: The Romp and Roll
Libby decides that her trip to the dog park will yield important information, so she smiles from a safe distance outside the fence as Chad introduces her to many dog friends.
Part Four: Dog People
As Libby continues to observe the dogs in the dog park, she happens to meet her wise old dog friend Myrtle once again.
Part Five: Brother's and Sisters
During her stay at the dog park, Libby’s eyes are opened through conversations with several dogs.