Waggit Again

Waggit Again

by Peter Howe
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nana-margot More than 1 year ago
If you read Waggit you will love Waggit Again. Once more he is on his own, abandoned in a remote and hostile farm and longing for his old friends in New York. Waggit breaks out to make a long and thrilling journey to Central Park. But rejoining the old gang isn't easy and he encounters new and desperate choices. This book is a real page turner and was loved by my grandchildren.
M8 More than 1 year ago
Waggit Again is a beautifully told story about the adventures of an adorable street dog. The book will surely be loved by children, but as an adult, I really could not put it down. The author, Peter Howe, obviously has a great love and understanding of dogs and has even created a special language with which they communicate with each other. This is a great read for everyone. I highly recommend it.
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Survivors Fanfiction The Storm Of Dogs Lucky dashed through the grounds. A Fierce Dog warrior was chasing him. "Can't catch me!" Lucky teased. But the snapping jaws of the Fierce Dog were fast. Lucky tried to be brave but Fierce Dogs scared him. Running, the Fierce Dog warrior leapt and teeth locked in his thigh, slashing fangs scouring down his legs. Yelping, Lucky turned around, rammed forward, and crashed into the Fierce Dog, pushing him. "Lucky, help!" A voice cried. Lucky whipped his head around to see his mate, a swift-dog named Sweet. "Sweet! I'm coming!" Lucky barked. Leaping through the crowd, he made his way to where Sweet was fighting another swift-dog warrior in the Storm of Dogs. Lucky skidded to a halt, his chest heaving. Sweet was pinned by the weight of the other swift-dog. Lucky jumped up, trying to kill the other swift-dog. The sheltie-retriever tried to tackle his enemy. But just as he leapt, jaws grabbed the golden-furred dog. He whipped his head around to see his sister, Bella. "Don't do that Lucky," she woofed. "Why not?" Lucky demanded, his lips peeling back into a snarl. "It is too dangerous. You don't want to be killed, do you?" Bella barked. "I don't want my mate to be killed either! Would you like yours to be? I've lived half my life as a Lone Dog! I know what to do!" Lucky challenged his Alpha. Bella opened her jaws to reply but was cut off by a loud cracking in the ground. A Fierce Dog barreled into him, bowling him over and pinned him to the ground. Kicking the Fierce Dog off, Lucky saw Sweet still fighting. The Fierce Dog pinned him again and Lucky prepared himself to die. But to his surprise, the weight lifted. Lucky hunched back with surprise to see who his rescuers were: Blade, Dagger, and Mace. "Why did you save me!?" Lucky demanded, startled. "You think even WE enjoy the Storm of Dogs? Even us are outnumbered," Blade woofed. The white mark in the shape of a fang on the side of her neck was still there. "So we agreed to team up. After that, we go back to being enemies," Dagger added. "That's right," Mace agreed, his eyes narrowing to slits. Lucky should've known. Even the Fierce Dogs Pack hates the Storm of Dogs. "We should kill these insolent furbags," Dagger roared. "Agreed. We'll make them wish they were NEVER born," Mace sneered. "Yes. My close followers are right. Let's shred their limbs off!" Blade roared, her teeth flaring. Lucky nodded. "We don't have much time. We need to finish this quickly," Lucky pointed out. Blade threw herself on an enemy who was nearby. At that, Dagger and Mace raced off. Lucky dived ad saw Bella fighting what looked like the Alpha of them. More would come....
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Grrrrrrrrreat!!!!!!!!!
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SpencerSS More than 1 year ago
This may be classified as a childs book but for dog lovers it is not only a good read but a must one. The story is believable and well written. Take some time to indulge yourself in a great story and let Waggit fill you with hope and enjoyment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
THat was THE MOST AWESOME BOOK EVER!! You have to read it if you love DOGS!!!
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Love it
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Huskies4Lifes More than 1 year ago
"Waggit Again" is the story of one young dog named Waggit, who was abandoned in New York's Central Park and joined a team of other free dogs. A rare sight, this sequel to "Waggit's Tale" is even more impressive than the first book in the series, with a detailed map of the park, charming chapter-header drawings, and a glossary in the back, complete with the team's terms for everyday things, such as Uprights (humans) and hoppers (rabbits). The plot takes an epic turn in events that made me read and re-read that chapter in surprise. Then, I promptly read aloud to my friends in family, who were all wondering why I was just sitting there, gasping! In this masterfully-written tale, which is sure to become a classroom favorite, Waggit learns how to survive in the most unexpected of places and situations, and challenges the reader to delve deeper into one's self as Howe's writing makes readers attuned to the characters' feelings and emotions. Though I would recommend reading "Waggit's Tale" first, so you can fully absorb the significance of the plot's twists and turns, I would read "Waggit Again" in a heart-beat. Its a perfect book for children ages 9 and up, but can be read aloud to kids 6 and older. I highly recommend this book, and be sure to enjoy the other books in the series so far, "Waggit's Tale" and "Waggit Forever" for more delightful stories animal lovers and even the most reluctant reader will cherish! Howe has done it again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My ten year old daughter purchased this book with her own money. She was so excited to get it and started reading it immediately. She loved the book and would reccomened it to anyone who enjoys books about dogs.
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Emma13 More than 1 year ago
This book was amazing! As the sequel to Waggit's Tale the story just keeps going but, you must read Waggit's tale first. I love Waggit and i couldn't put the book down I finished it in only about a week. It was so good that my Mom would have to tell me to go to sleep but, I couldn't stop always wanting to know what would happen next. Peter Howe is an amazing author and I am craving more. This book is happy at times and sad at times but everything works out. When Waggit gets lost from his new home with the lady he makes his way back home to his real home in the park with the team but, along the way meets some new friends. All the characters have great personalities and there are some new members to the team too. It is very descriptive too with amazing imagery just as if you were actually there. This is a must read story! A truly uplifting tale and perfect for all ages even adults. It will make an amazing movie and i can't wait for what will happen next! Emma Hoskins, 13