Boo ABC: A to Z with the World's Cutest Dog

Boo ABC: A to Z with the World's Cutest Dog

by J. H. Lee
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Boo ABC: A to Z with the World's Cutest Dog 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My granddaughter has loved all the Boo books. They make her laugh and spark her imagination. This one was long awaited and perhaps not her favorite, but definitely enjoyed and one to keep to look at time and again. It's such fun to see her laugh as she turns the page or for her to share one of her favorite pages. I am sure that we will pre-order the next Boo book to come with anticipation of more reading fun.
crayolakym More than 1 year ago
OH! MY! GOODNESS! This has got to be most incredibly cutest dog ever in the entire world! Boo is a Pomeranian dog that has the cutest haircut that makes him look like an itty-bitty baby bear cub. And I mean little. Boo doesn’t seem to mind being dressed up in different outfits like coats and sweaters or being put in toy cars or miniature swimming pools to help kids learn their ABC’s. “Kites are great for windy day fun!” Each letter of the alphabet shows Boo as he is acting out something to do with that letter. Like C is for car and Boo and his friend Buddy, are taking an adventure. F is for fluffy and Boo is at the hair salon sitting under the dryer where it appears that Boo is getting fluffier. Each page and each letter just gets cuter and cuter and will make you say “aw” from A to Z. I might already know my ABC’s, but you just cannot put this book down and even my mom and sister thought this book would be an awesome way to learn the letters and to read. *This book was provided in exchange for an honest review*     *You can view the original review at Musing with Crayolakym and San Francisco & Sacramento City Book Review