Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Shaggy Dogs, Waggy Dogs

Dogs! Who doesn't love them? It can be overwhelming the variety of dogs there are in the world, and Shaggy Dogs, Waggy Dogs by Patricia Hubbell and illustrated by Donald Wu, trys to showcase them all!

The illustrations are beautiful and we are reminded that each dog has their own unique personality. Many breeds are displayed in this book, which is great because it's delightful to see all of them as well as important for breaking up stereotypes. Our dogs are our companions. They can be our finders of lost things, kissers of boo-boos, listeners, sled pullers, and our feet warmers. But most of all, they give us love. Shaggy Dogs, Waggy Dogs doesn't let us forget it!

Read this with your child and enjoy!

~ Roller Derby Librarian

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