Ask Odie if he wants to go outside and he runs to the door. To him, inside is for naps. Written from a dog’s perspective, this lighthearted book teaches children why the outdoors are interesting. It gives quirky facts about common and overlooked animals, plants, and insects.
Engaging color photographs
First person (dog) voice
Conversational tone (you and me)
Friendly educational messages
Helps children better understand nature
Promotes enjoying dogs, exploring, nature, and exercise
Encourages making friends and being curious
Hi. My name is Odin, but my friends call me Odie.
I am an explorer. You are too if you like finding and learning new things.
I am teaching Phoebe how to explore. She is my new friend and neighbor. Join us as we discover what is in our neighborhood.
- Paw Smart -
Walking is a great way to explore outside.
As we walk, our eyes look for things that move and our ears listen for new sounds. Our noses find smelly things.
About the Author
Meet Odie is #9 on The Gittle List 2017 of Best Indie Children Books.
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Special thanks to SPCA of Wake County