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Review: Puppy (12 Months of Rhymes and Smiles) by Patricia Furstenberg

Oh, puppies. Is there anything better? The snuggles, the antics, the puppy breath.

Olga, more affectionately known as The Shark, at 9 weeks old. She clearly didn’t have enough toys.

I’m pretty sure my version of Heaven involves nothing but puppies. And maybe peanut butter. And beer. But definitely mostly puppies.

Patricia Furstenberg clearly has a thing for puppies too. She also knows I’m a sucker for anything with a dog, and reached out to see if I’d take a look at her new picture book. Duh. I enjoyed Joyful Trouble, and having recently been through life with a brand new puppy, knew I’d enjoy Puppy as well.

Puppy is a children’s book that goes through the first year of a puppy’s life with his new family. Each chapter is a different month, and a different adventure. My favorites were July, August, and February, probably because I could easily see Olga doing everything Pup did.

This is a fun little book that would be a great gift for a child with a new puppy, or an adult who simply wants to relive those puppy moments – without all the teeth.

Kindle Edition: 106 pages    Published: October 2017    Source: Author Provided

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A puppy’s first year is filled with findings, wiggles and laughter.
Puppies squirm in all the odd places, sniff all the strange objects, lick everything they can and find something to splash into even when we don’t want them to!
This book of poems explores the first year of a puppy’s life, going through an adventure after the other, one month at a time.
Puppy’s first days, puppy’s first weeks in a new home, puppy’s encounters with snow and the school bag, puppy’s duty to protect… What happens when puppy is full of good intentions, yet his actions go wrong?
Read the rhymes and laugh with your little one.

“Puppy, 12 Months of Rhymes and Smiles: is an auditory feast for children, a fun read-aloud for parents, and treat for dog-lovers, young and old.

From the author of “Joyful Trouble”, No.1 Bestseller Children’s Historical Fiction, No.1 Most Gifted Young Adult and Top reviewed Kindle Storyteller book.

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