Monday, May 3, 2021

" Could I Please Have a Dog?" - a bookwrap

 


Unwrapping





Could I Please Have a Dog?

by Marshall Silverman

illustrated by Ida Osterman 



Specs



* Ages:  4-8
* Grade Level:  PS-3
* Hardcover:  46 pages
* Publisher:  Warren Publishing 
* Pub. Date:  March 23, 2021
Language:  English 


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The Book



Well, Monday was a blurry fuzz;

It left me in a fog.

Sore and sad, I asked my dad,

"Could I please have a dog?"


This humorous delightful book will have kids and adults laughing.  It is written in beautiful rhyme by poet Marshall Silverman and the illustrations are colourful and full of wit and fun.   


A boy thinks his world will be set right if only he has a dog to share it with.  He tries to convince his parents to say yes to his request but alas they decline even after the boy researches all the reasons that a dog is all he needs to fulfill his dream and make him happy.  


This book is a perfect read aloud and the ending is quite the surprise.  Kids will love it and want to read it again and again.  I highly recommend it.  




Storywraps Rating -  5 HUGS! 


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