About Wyatt the Wonder Dog


Wyatt the Wonder Dog is so curious… he wonders about everything. When you read the Wyatt stories you might find yourself wondering about some things too. So we decided to let you, the readers, ask Wyatt some questions and learn the facts behind the stories. Here are your questions:

How old are you? I am eight and a half years old. My birthday is September 30th and I love presents and dog treats.

How many brothers and sisters do you have? I have one sister, Callie. We get along great (most of the time) and like to play together. I don’t like going to her piano recitals though. They are BORING!

What is your favorite thing to do? I like to play with my friends. We like to play tag, swim at the lake and go for long runs. Chasing a frisbee is really fun too. Sometimes I even catch it in the air!

What is the hardest thing for you to do? I really have a hard time sitting still and listening. I have to practice that a lot. I’d rather be running and playing.

What do you want to be when you grow up?  I’d like to be a teacher when I grow up so I can always be learning new stuff and teach it to kids.

What are your best qualities? I am curious, playful, helpful and I try to always be kind to everyone.

What People Say About The Wyatt Books

kind words from educators, parents, and kids!

"Going to kindergarten is a milestone for everyone and the beginning of the year is usually filled with excitement and angst.  Wyatt the Wonder Dog addresses the typical concerns that most children have in a sweet and relatable way.  Kindergarten really is fun!"

— Laura Uszenski
Kindergarten Teacher

"Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Teamwork is another great example of helping kids improve their social skills.  It teaches kids the power of working together and how much better we are when we work as a community"

—Melissa Toren Hrin, Professional School Counselor
Beverly Cleary School, Portland, OR

"[Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Mindset] This book is funny!  It's dogs doing things that only people do!  I learned to try new things."

— Samuel Traub
Age 6

Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Giving is a delightful book that teaches kids (and reminds adults, as well) that generosity is possible no matter how old, young, rich or poor we are.  This is a powerful message and an engaging story that every child will love. 

~Jen McDonough, author of Living Beyond Rich

Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Friendship teaches not only friendship and making connections, but also how to become successful at problem solving. Great for school counselors, teachers and families.  Bravo! 

Sharissa Shatten~ School Counselor

Feeling left out? Need help getting along with friends? Wyatt the Wonder Dog Learns about Cooperation weaves important life skills into engaging story telling. Join Wyatt as he learns how to be the superhero in his group of friends by using cooperation and compromise.

~MaryFrances Gonzalez MACCCSLP

Have you ever had a friend that did some things that you disagreed with? Wyatt does and he doesn't know what to do about it. Join Wyatt as he learns that being honest with his friend is the best and only way to solve the problem. A great story!

~Lynn Hughes M.Ed. school counselor

If you've ever lost your lunch money or misplaced your favorite toy, you can relate to Wyatt the Wonder Dog.  This adorable story offers simple, helpful ideas that kids and parents can use to make life less stressful and more fun!

~Erin K. Casey, author