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Time Dogs: Barry and the Great Mountain Rescue

Time Dogs: Barry and the Great Mountain Rescue

Time Dogs (Volume 3)

Helen Moss; illustrations by Misa Saburi

Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)


An exciting new illustrated chapter book series for dog-loving readers from writer Helen Moss and artist Misa Saburi!

When a pack of senior dogs find themselves transported back in time and turned into puppies, they must make their way back home, helping real-life historical dogs along the way.

In this third story, Time Dogs: Barry and the Great Mountain Rescue, Baxter, Trevor, Newton, Maia, and Titch—find themselves transported back to the year 1800 to the Swiss Alps. There they meet Barry, a famous Great Saint Bernard rescue dog who saved many lives during his service in the mountain rescue program. Together, the Time Dogs and Barry help rescue a boy trapped in a storm.

Adorable illustrations and an action-packed story make this the perfect read for fans of Paw Patrol!



I was on the way to Perfect Pets when I had my bright idea.

I could barely keep still while the groomer was blow-drying my tail.

By the time my human lady, Ayesha, dropped me off...

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Helen Moss; illustrations by Misa Saburi

Helen Moss is the author of the Time Dogs series and many other best-loved books for children, including the Adventure Island series and Secrets of the Tombs series. She lives near Cambridge with her family—including a menagerie of dogs, hens, gerbils, and lizards. When not writing, she can be found taking the dogs for long walks, climbing trees, playing badminton and, whenever possible, climbing up or skiing down mountains.

Misa Saburi was born in Sleepy Hollow, New York, and raised in Tokyo, Japan. She currently lives in Brooklyn where she illustrates children’s books, including the Time Dogs series, written by Helen Moss; Monster Trucks, written by Joy Keller, and Bearnard's Book, written by Deborah Underwood.

Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)

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