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I love Vincent —Ljungkvist, Laura, author, illustrator.

Scout is a very good boy. He is a seeing-eye dog who helps his human friend Vincent with all his daily activities because Vincent is blind.

The midnight mystery —Lewis, Beverly, 1949-

After an ice cream party to celebrate the last day of school, Dunkum's cousin Ellen's seeing-eye-dog disappears, and the Cul-de-sac Kids get help from an unexpected source in solving the mystery.

Raising Lumie —Bauer, Joan, 1951- author.

Newly orphaned and living with the half sister she hardly knows, twelve-year-old Olive rediscovers her hope when she starts training a guide dog puppy.

How I got a life and a dog : a novel —Corriveau, Art.

Moving to inner-city Boston after his parents' divorce, eleven-year-old Nicky struggles to cope with the changes in his life, including acquiring a former guide dog that leads to a mystery for Nicky to solve.

The trouble with Tuck —Taylor, Theodore, 1921-2006.

A young girl trains her blind dog to follow and trust a seeing-eye companion dog.

Looking out for Sarah —Lang, Glenna.

Describes a day in the life of a seeing eye dog, from going with his owner to the grocery store and post office, to visiting a class of school children, and playing ball. Also describes their three-hundred mile walk from...

Rainbows in the dark —Coates, Jan, 1960-

Abby waits for her mother to finish shopping and while she does she meets Joanna and her guide dog, Charlie, and winds up helping the woman pick out clothing for a special event.

Teacher's pet —Anderson, Laurie Halse.

Adjusting to middle school becomes easier for twelve-year-old Maggie when she finds that her biology teacher, who is blind, can learn a few things from her about working with his guide dog.

Tommy wants a guide dog —Warner, Christopher, 1971-

Eight-year-old Tommy is losing his eyesight and wants to get a guide dog, but his parents say he is too young. He then imagines what it would be like to have a variety of other animals as a guide. Includes information ab...

Rugby and Rosie —Rossiter, Nan Parson.

Relates how a family and their dog help prepare a puppy for training as a guide dog for the blind.

Forward, Shakespeare! —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Shakespeare, an unusual Seeing Eye dog who understands Human, must win over his new master, a desperately unhappy young man who was recently blinded in an accident.

The guide dog mystery —Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.

When they help out at a guide dog training school, the Alden children meet several people who seem obsessed with a particular dog named Ginger.

Looking out for Sarah —Lang, Glenna.

Describes a day in the life of a seeing eye dog, from going with his owner to the grocery store and post office, to visiting a class of school children, and playing ball. Also describes their three-hundred mile walk from...

Ginger leads the way —O'Donnell, Liam, 1970-

Ginger, a golden retriever who works as a guide dog, spends the day with her blind owner, Peter, and his family. Includes brief notes on guide dogs.

Rescue pup —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

Shakespeare, a guide dog puppy who understands human speech, is placed for his first year of life with a foster child who has never learned to love.

The trouble with Tuck —Taylor, Theodore, 1921-2006.

A young girl trains her blind dog to follow and trust a seeing-eye companion dog.

Raising Lumie —Bauer, Joan, 1951- author.
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Newly orphaned and living with the half sister she hardly knows, twelve-year-old Olive rediscovers her hope when she starts training a guide dog puppy.

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