Boomer’s Big Day
Constance W. McGeorge, Mary Whyte (1994), Chronicle Books
Boomer is very confused – all of his humans are very busy, there’s boxes everywhere, and men keep coming in to put them in a very large truck. On top of that, no one seems to have any time to play with him. Boomer is then taken on a long, long drive in a cramped car until he’s let out at a house he’s never seen before. Hesitant at first, Boomer explores until he discovers the great, big yard his new house has and the new friends that come along with it.