Sarah M. Teske wrote a delightful book called “Oh No, Henry” that tells a story about how a youngster employs behavioral procedures to teach his new puppy some important life skills. I was fortunate enough to pre-order it and got to read it just a couple of days ago.
I’m looking forward to reading it to children whom I know. I suspect other readers will enjoy sharing it with youngsters they know. One of the clever features of the story is that it makes the protagonist stand out as a savvy kid, a wise solver of problems.