Nobody's waggier than a dog - a meet-'n'-greet, belly-up, rub-a-dub dog. Often words cannot describe man's best friend, so sometimes you've got to break the rules! Susan Campbell Bartoletti unleashes a whole new pack of adjectives in this howling ode to the hound dog. Together, with Beppe Giacobbe's feist-y art, Bartoletti re-domesticates the dictionary and revolutionizes the way pets are portrayed, in a list poem wordsmiths and dog devotees will sit up and beg for.
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A dog is a so caught up in chasing a cat that he manages to get captured by the dog catcher. A the while this is happening, the dogs owner is searching for him. They are happily reunited at the end.
This was a very entertaining book about all of the things that dogs do, the way they behave and the way, at the end of the day, they are their own and they are special, especially your own. The way they are messy and playful and friendly and cozy. This is a good book to help students better describe things in writing, or everyday life.