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Shvoong Home>Books>Children & Youth>Poor Puppy Review

Poor Puppy

Book Review   by:ReaditDiva     Original Author: Nick Bruel
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Who says cats and dogs can’t get along?
Kitty does.
The returning Queen of Mean from the best selling book for children, Bad Kitty, written by Nick Bruel, is in no mood to frolic with the family dog.
Poor, poor Puppy.
No worries! Puppy has a great imagination, an endless supply of energy, and 1 Airplane, 2 Balls, and 3 Cars to play with instead. When Puppy grows tired, he dreams of traveling to exotic places from A to Z with – could it be? – none other than Bad Kitty herself. Count on another rollicking good read as the story, written in a style similar to the original tale in which the pets were first introduced, teaches children the numbers 1 – 26 and the alphabet. Puppy’s playfulness and Kitty’s comical expressions are sure to be a family favorite.

Just how bad is Kitty?  Click on the link below to find out.  Or if you're looking for the perfect name for your own cat, dog or other pet, visit the website Bow Wow Meow: Pet Names with Personality (link below).
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  1. 2. MichelleB

    Comment from Snowcat

    Yes, it's a book for children, but you can still read it if you want to!

    0 Rating Thursday, September 09, 2010
  2. 1. snowcat

    Poor Puppy

    I'm assuming these are children's books? They sure sound fun to read. I almost wish my daughter were still small.

    1 Rating Wednesday, September 08, 2010
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