Marley: A Dog Like No Other (Movie Tie-In Edition)

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With an appetite for nearly anything he can get his mouth around, including couches and fine jewelry, Marley is always getting into trouble. But to his family, he is a dog like no other. In this adaptation of his #1 New York Times bestselling Marley & Me, John Grogan brings the Labrador retriever's heartwarming antics to life—and shows how one big, rambunctious dog can teach a family what really matters in life.

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With an appetite for nearly anything he can get his mouth around, including couches and fine jewelry, Marley is always getting into trouble. But to his family, he is a dog like no other. In this adaptation of his #1 New York Times bestselling Marley & Me, John Grogan brings the Labrador retriever's heartwarming antics to life—and shows how one big, rambunctious dog can teach a family what really matters in life.

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Children's Literature - Claudia Mills
Grogan's Marley & Me was an international best-seller; here, Grogan provides an "adaptation" of the original for middle-grade readers. The result is a delightful, accessible ode to "the world's worst dog." Marley eats paper towels, wine corks, and chess pieces. He loves to race after a thrown stick but refuses to bring it back. He is kicked out of obedience school. He pukes and poops amazing volumes, always preferring to deposit his offerings on the fancy rug. He all but destroys the house during thunderstorms. Even Grogan's wife at one point declares, "I want him gone. I want him out of here for good." But Marley reforms enough to be allowed to stay, gets the part of "a big, dumb, loopy dog" in a film, and falls in love with snow after the family moves from Florida to (as one Grogan child calls it) "the land of pencils," a.k.a. Pennsylvania. Finally, heartbreakingly, Marley grows old and infirm, and the Grogan family has to say its wrenching good-byes. While young readers might miss having a child protagonist with whom to identify, Marley is lovable enough to make up for the lack. Grogan's latest version of his memoir should find its way into the hands and hearts of all kids who love, have loved or will love a dog. This paperback tie-in edition to the "major motion picture" includes color photos of "the real dog who inspired the movie"—or, should we say, the real dog who inspired the real book that inspired the movie? Reviewer: Claudia Mills, Ph.D.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061686085
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/30/2008
  • Series: Marley Series
  • Pages: 196
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

John Grogan

John Grogan is the author of the #1 adult bestseller Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog, which inspired the bestselling middle-grade memoir Marley: A Dog Like No Other. He is also the author of the #1 bestselling picture books Bad Dog, Marley! and A Very Marley Christmas. John lives with his wife and three children and their dogs, Gracie and Woodson, in the Pennsylvania countryside.

John Grogan ha sido un premiado reportero grÁfico y columnista por mÁs de veinticinco aÑos. Vive en Pensilvania con su esposa Jenny y sus tres hijos.

Biography

Classifying a writer as an "overnight success years in the making" is something of a cliché, but in John Grogan's case, that designation is undeniably accurate. In fact, his claim that it took him twenty-five years to get to the point where his debut novel hit #10 on the coveted New York Times Bestseller List in its first week and amazingly was already in its twelfth printing after a mere seven weeks on the shelves, doesn't even provide the complete picture. If one takes into account the fact that Grogan has been a devoted and disciplined writer since he began keeping a journal as a young boy, his tale reads more like an overnight success story a lifetime in the making.

Perhaps most impressive of all is the book that became a whirlwind sensation as soon as it was released. Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog is a simple, lovingly rendered memoir about a man and his dog -- not exactly the stuff of lurid controversy. However, it is a testament to the universal power of a personal, witty, honest remembrance that Marley & Me has become such a smash success. It's not just any book that manages to get a "thumbs up" from Janet Maslin, famed literary critic of the New York Times. "Mr. Grogan knew the workings of Marley's mind," she observed in her career-making write up. "He makes that abundantly clear in Marley & Me, a very funny valentine to all those four-legged ‘big, dopey, playful galumphs that seemed to love life with a passion not often seen in this world.'"

Throughout the memoir, Marley manages to get into all manners of mischief -- from smashing and trashing the Grogan home in a variety of ways, to ruining friendly get togethers with his excessive drooling, to embarking on canine panty raids. Throughout it all, the 97-pound Labrador retriever is never anything less than lovable, and Grogan and his wife Jenny display nearly saint-like patience for Marley's rowdy tendencies -- well, they do at least most of the time.

Although humor plays a tremendous role in Grogan's immensely entertaining shaggy dog story (sorry about that, folks), he also uses Marley's misadventures as a means for relating his own story, which isn't always a delightful romp. The reader is carried through tough times in the Grogan household, such as the miscarriage of their first child. However, Marley's presence makes such moments of heartache a bit more bearable for both the young couple and the reader.

Grogan credits his ability to vividly recount such key moments in his life to his decades of devoted journal keeping. "I've been a faithful journal keeper since grade school," Grogan confided, "and many of my published pieces got their start as rough journal entries... Many readers have asked how I remembered detailed moments and dialogue in Marley & Me. I didn't. Many of those scenes came directly out of lengthy journal entries I had written within hours of the event, and that's what I credit for giving those scenes their immediacy."

Marley & Me has undeniably struck a massive chord with dog lovers and critics alike. The accolades this modest memoir has received are truly impressive; Booklist deemed it "A warm, friendly -memoir-with-dog" and Publishers Weekly concurred that "Dog lovers will love this account of Grogan's much loved canine." And let us not forget about that crucial blessing from the New York Times. Not bad for a first-effort that is essentially the story of a "boy" and his dog.

"It took me 25 years to find my way here, but the last few months have been like a rollercoaster ride," says Grogan. "I'm holding on for dear life and watching, with equal parts exhilaration and terror, where it will take me."

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A few fun and fascinating outtakes from our interview with Grogan:

"Before moving to Pennsylvania in 1999, I played bass in a newsroom rock band in South Florida for several years. The band was comprised of reporters and writers from my paper, the Sun-Sentinel, and the Miami Herald. Fortunately for me, everyone else was considerably better than I was, which allowed us to get paying gigs in clubs and bars. On many nights we sounded pretty bad, but occasionally, when all the pistons were firing in unison, when the gods of rhythm and harmony were smiling down, we actually rocked. It was enough to make me believe in magic. Those moments remain some of the best and most fun of my life."

"Along with my technology-suspicious friend, Dave, I'm a Luddite in Training. Even though I'm totally dependent on modern electronic gizmos, from my laptop to my iPod to my cell phone, I love to embrace old technology or no technology at all. I collect old rusty hand tools and sharpen and polish them, then use them to build things out of walnut and cherry that I harvest from fallen trees in the woods. I keep chickens in the backyard for their fresh eggs and would have a goat instead of a lawnmower if I thought I could get away with it. I garden without synthetic inputs and take great joy in turning old potato peelings and coffee grinds into compost. I'm the crazy man in the neighborhood who favors a scythe (you know, like the grim reaper carries) over a gasoline-powered weed whacker. Besides being an efficient cutting tool, the scythe is great for scaring away nettlesome youngsters on Devil's Night."

"I'm pathologically incapable of making decisions. Just ask my wife how long it took me to propose -- on second thought, best not to bring it up. You don't want to be with me while I'm trying to order at a Chinese restaurant. Sometimes, a guy just can't choose between the cashew chicken and the sweet and sour."

"In my first week in my first newspaper job out of college, I was a green-as-could-be 21-year-old, I was sent out to write about a murder victim whose body was found several days after it had been dumped in the woods. It was a hot June and the smell was horrendous. Flies were buzzing everywhere. I grew up in a quiet little suburban town on a lake outside Detroit; I'd never seen anything more horrific than a flattened chipmunk, and now here in front of me was this poor, decomposing man. I stood around with the cops, waiting for the coroner to show up and trying to look nonchalant. A veteran state trooper looked down at my brand-new suede shoes I had bought for the new job, and said, ‘You can kiss those goodbye. They'll never lose this smell.' And he was right. I don't know how or when or where, but with all of you as my witnesses, I vow that scene will someday end up in a book."

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    1. Hometown:
      Emmaus, Pennsylvania
    1. Date of Birth:
      March 20, 1957
    2. Place of Birth:
      Detroit, Michigan
    1. Education:
      B.A. in Journalism and English, Central Michigan University, 1979; M.A. in Journalism, The Ohio State University, 1986
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Marley Movie Tie-in Edition

A Dog Like No Other


By John Grogan
HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
Copyright © 2008

John Grogan
All right reserved.



ISBN: 9780061686085


Chapter One And Puppy Makes Three

"Slow down, dingo, or you're going to miss it," Jenny scolded. "It should be coming up any second." Jenny was my wife. That January evening in 1991, we were driving through inky blackness across what had once been Florida swampland. We had been married for a little over a year and decided it was time for another family member. A dog, to be exact. We were on our way to look at a litter of Labrador retrievers.

Our headlights shined on a mailbox. The numbers on the side reflected back at us. This was the place. I turned up a gravel drive that led into a large wooded property. There was a pond in front of the house and a small barn out back. At the door, a woman named Lori greeted us, with a big, calm yellow Labrador retriever by her side.

"This is Lily, the proud mama," Lori said. Lily's stomach was still swollen even though she'd given birth five weeks before.

Jenny and I got on our knees, and Lily happily accepted our affection. She was just what we pictured a Lab would be—sweet natured, affectionate, calm, and beautiful.

"Where's the father?" I asked.

"Oh," the woman said, hesitating for just a fraction of a second. "Sammy Boy? He's around here somewhere." She quickly added, "I imagine you're dying to see thepuppies."

Lori led us through the kitchen into a utility room. The puppies stumbled all over one another as they rushed to check out the strangers.

Jenny gasped. "I don't think I've ever seen anything so cute in my life," she said.

The litter consisted of five females and four males. Lori was asking $400 for the females and $375 for the males. One of the males seemed particularly smitten with us. He was the goofiest of the group and charged into us. Somersaulting into our laps, he clawed his way up our shirts to lick our faces. He gnawed on our fingers with surprisingly sharp baby teeth and stomped clumsy circles around us on giant paws that were way too big for the rest of his body.

"That one there you can have for three hundred fifty dollars," Lori said.

"Aw, honey," Jenny cooed. "The little guy's on clearance!"

I had to admit he was pretty darn adorable. Frisky, too. Before I realized what he was up to, the rascal had chewed off half my watchband.

"We have to do the scare test," I said. I had told Jenny the story many times of picking out Saint Shaun when I was a boy. Sitting in this heap of pups, she rolled her eyes at me. "Seriously," I said. "It works."

I stood up and turned away from the puppies. Then I swung quickly back around, taking a sudden step toward them. I stomped my foot and barked out, "Hey!"

I didn't seem to scare any of them. But only one plunged forward to meet the assault head-on. It was Clearance Dog. He plowed full steam into me, throwing a cross-body block across my ankles. Then he pounced at my shoelaces as though he was convinced they were dangerous enemies that needed to be destroyed.

"I think it's fate," Jenny said.

"Ya think?" I said. I scooped him up and held him in one hand in front of my face, studying his mug. He looked at me with heart-melting brown eyes and then nibbled my nose. I plopped him into Jenny's arms, where he did the same to her. "He certainly seems to like us," I said.

Clearance Dog was ours. We wrote Lori a check, and she told us we could return to take the dog home with us in three weeks, when he was eight weeks old. We thanked her, gave Lily one last pat, and said good-bye.

Walking to the car, I threw my arm around Jenny's shoulder and pulled her tight to me. "Can you believe it?" I said. "We actually got our dog!"

Just as we were reaching the car, we heard a commotion coming from the woods. Something was crashing through the brush—and breathing very heavily. It sounded like a creature from a horror film. And it was coming our way. We froze, staring into the darkness. The sound grew louder and closer. Then in a flash the thing burst into the clearing and came charging in our direction, a yellow blur. A very big yellow blur. As it galloped past, without stopping or noticing us, we could see it was a large Labrador retriever. But it was nothing like sweet Lily. This one was soaking wet and covered up to its belly in mud and burrs. Its tongue hung out wildly to one side. Froth flew off its jowls as it barreled past. I detected an odd, slightly crazed, yet somehow joyous gaze in its eyes. It was as though this animal had just seen a ghost—and couldn't possibly be more thrilled about it.

Then, with the roar of a stampeding herd of buffalo, it was gone, around the back of the house and out of sight. Jenny let out a little gasp.

"I think," I said, a slight queasiness rising in my gut, "we just met Dad."



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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2012

    Amazing Book for Dog Lovers

    A dog lover's best read, this book is a wonderful page-turner. The plot progresses well, it is easily related to by anyone who has ever had a dog, and has you loving the characters early on. Marley sounds like an interesting dog to have, haha. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and be surprised in this amazing book.
    Five stars no doubt! I reccomend to anyone at all.

    10 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 4, 2008

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    Reviewed by Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius" for TeensReadToo.com

    In this condensed version of John Grogan's best-selling MARLEY & ME, the author has written an adapted version of his life and times with his Labrador Retriever, Marley, that's perfect for younger readers. <BR/><BR/>Having read and fully enjoyed MARLEY & ME when it was first released, I was a little anxious to see how Mr. Grogan would handle a shorter, easier-to-read version for the middle-grade set. Fortunately, MARLEY: A DOG LIKE NO OTHER is a fun, vibrant, and compelling read that even older elementary school students will enjoy. <BR/><BR/>When John and his wife, Jenny, first pick Marley out from a litter of pure-blood Labradors, they have no idea that their small bundle of fur with the big paws and blocky head will eventually turn into a 97-pound drool-machine full of nerves, excitement, and limitless energy. This short story (196 pages) is a testament to the trials, tribulations, and ultimate loyalty of a dog who ended up starring in a feature film. <BR/><BR/>Marley is the type of dog that you love, despite his flaws (and there are many!), and even the youngest of readers will be overjoyed to read about the trouble that he finds himself in on a daily basis. And, I admit, I shed a few tears towards the end of this book, but they were well worth it, because Marley was worth it. <BR/><BR/>One great benefit of this version of Marley's story are the numerous full-color photographs that the author has included. This addition alone makes MARLEY: A DOG LIKE NO OTHER an asset to your home library.

    9 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2007

    the most amazing book ever!

    I got this book for my birthday and looked at the title and decided to check it out. after i had read the first chaapter, i was hooked. this book is so funny and makes you cry, laugh, and scream along with the charachters.

    9 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2012

    Marlley

    This is such a great book only the ending is so sad. I think people should read it.

    7 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2013

    Hartbreaking

    Im 10 and love this book it is so hart warming i cried and im a boy

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2012

    Great

    I loved this book

    5 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2012

    Incredsome

    I have read this book alots of times i reccomend you to get this book

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2012

    Tap HERE

    Such a great story. It's funny,cute,and a little sad at the end but all together a great story

    5 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2012

    Best book ever!!!!!!!!!!!

    I hate the movie beause it's so sad"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¿ but the book is so much better !!!!!!! Ahhhhhh!!! I love and I mean l-o-v-e it!!!!!!

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2012

    Awesome

    I demand you to get this book. It is great. I am NOT KIDING.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2013

    Heart warming!

    This book is very sad! Marley is a heart warming story of a dog. I loved it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 10, 2013

    Good book

    I liked the book alot i really liked chapter 1 it was a pretty funny chapter

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2013

    Heart-breaking but funny story

    Marley is a funny dog who never gives up for you he love you but can be funny half the time and also rough . I would love to marley as a dog but i've a dog called harley

    I LOVE MARLEY ! A dog like no other
    ( expect for my dog (: lol ! )

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2013

    Dont tell us

    SERIOUSLY PPL!!!!!!! Im reading these reviews and these ppl are telling the majorly saddest part in the book! I havent even read the book yet and i now know what happens! Thx 4 the spoiler alert! I understand that it made you cry and stuff but i came here to learn about the book.......not to read it. Plz try not 2 tell anymore....plz.....thank you

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2012

    Good dog!

    I think the movie and the book are GREAT for everyone!

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    Posted August 28, 2012

    :)!!!!!!!

    Graet!!!!

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    Hey destiny

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2012

    I love this book

    I love this book its sure one of my favorites!

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    Posted January 28, 2012

    Cool!!

    AWESOME!

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