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With the help of his good friend and her three-legged dog, Leftovers, ten-year-old Keath learns how to handle the class bully and deal with being the only white boy in his class.
Posted April 29, 2002
What attracted me to this book was the title. Since one of my best friends dog has three legs now, I thought this book might be a bit similar as to what happened to my friends dog(but it wasn't). When I first looked at the front cover I thought the book was about a dog that got his leg amputated on for some reason, such as getting run over by a car. I thought that maybe he fell out of the wagon and that's how he could of gotten run over. What I thought was interesting about the book was that they had dog shows for handicapped dogs. I also enjoyed when the dog won a medal because when everyone left the show, they left with a happy feeling inside them. What I disliked about the book was when whitey (one of the kids from school) always made fun of all the kids. Always calling them names and picking on them. Another thing that I didn't like was that the dog in the book (leftovers) had a fake ear which they put on a peace of bone that was left for an ear.
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Posted February 5, 2011
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