î A Dog Day ê Download by î Emily Rand

î A Dog Day ê Download by î Emily Rand Lu s a dog fan, so I keep the dog books coming This was not very engaging for us The black and white sketches lost Lu s interest pretty quickly and the story was fairly flat Library book, August 2019 The illustrations are what attracted me to this book and for that alone it is worth buying, but the story is quite nice as well with it s rhyming style which is very well written and entertaining Overall I would suggest this book for children, but adults will enjoy it too for the beautiful black and white illustrations and the story is quite beautiful and easy to read which makes it accessible to all ages.
Black and white illustrations.
Dog and owner are on a walk in the city with too many stops to suit Dog The story is told from the dog s perspective Side note While reading Suspect by Robert Crais, a dog trainer gave character Scott some advice when taking your dog for a walk remember that the walk is for the dog, not you Let the dog lead you let the dog take his time doing that sniffing and exploring, etc In Suspect , some chapters are from dog Maggie s perspective A Dog Day reminded me of that good advice from Suspect This picturebook about a dog feels nostalgic for a simpler time the monochromatic color scheme is and interesting choice and stands out from the colorful publications surrounding it I really appreciate the juxtaposition of various textures on every spread, making the illustrations details fun to read But at the same time, as the dog is waiting waiting waiting for the park, I am waiting waiting waiting for something to happen The monochromatic and waiting make this picturebook feel slow and static.
Lu s a dog fan, so I keep the dog books coming This was not very engaging for us The black and white sketches lost Lu s interest pretty quickly and the story was fairly flat Library book, August 2019 The illustrations are what attracted me to this book and for that alone it is worth buying, but the story is quite nice as well with it s rhyming style which is very well written and entertaining Overall I would suggest this book for children, but adults will enjoy it too for the beautiful black and white illustrations and the story is quite beautiful and easy to read which makes it accessible to all ages.
Black and white illustrations.
Dog and owner are on a walk in the city with too many stops to suit Dog The story is told from the dog s perspective Side note While reading Suspect by Robert Crais, a dog trainer gave character Scott some advice when taking your dog for a walk remember that the walk is for the dog, not you Let the dog lead you let the dog take his time doing that sniffing and exploring, etc In Suspect , some chapters are from dog Maggie s perspective A Dog Day reminded me of that good advice from Suspect This picturebook about a dog feels nostalgic for a simpler time the monochromatic color scheme is and interesting choice and stands out from the colorful publications surrounding it I really appreciate the juxtaposition of various textures on every spread, making the illustrations details fun to read But at the same time, as the dog is waiting waiting waiting for the park, I am waiting waiting waiting for something to happen The monochromatic and waiting make this picturebook feel slow and static.
Should be required reading for every engaged couple It speaks of patience, deferring desires to allow the other person to get a to do list accomplished, too Is the grass really greener on the other side A good discussion book for adult story hour.
Ages pre k to 1 Black and white illustrations display glorious textures A dog waits and waits for its owner to stop running errands and take her to the dog park Subtle hints will have children connecting to feelings of impatience and boredom Followed by sweet reward Welcome To A Day In The Life Of A Friendly Terrier He Just Wants To Go To The Park With His Friends To Play Ball, But His Owner Has Other Ideas Complemented By Stylish Pen And Ink Drawings, This Charming Debut From Up And Coming Illustrator Emily Rand Is A Warm And Witty Take On Toddlers Experiences Of Having To Wait For Grown Ups When They D Rather Be Having Fun Ach, so cute The dog who is the narrator reminded me of my friend s Airedale, which made the book even cuter on a personal level I loved the illustrations, too Well done Because of the black and white, I think it might make it hard to keep attention during the story time, but I could give it a try.



Ages pre k to 1 Black and white illustrations display glorious textures A dog waits and waits for its owner to stop running errands and take her to the dog park Subtle hints will have children connecting to feelings of impatience and boredom Followed by sweet reward Should be required reading for every engaged couple It speaks of patience, deferring desires to allow the other person to get a to do list accomplished, too Is the grass really greener on the other side A good discussion book for adult story hour.
Ach, so cute The dog who is the narrator reminded me of my friend s Airedale, which made the book even cuter on a personal level I loved the illustrations, too Well done Because of the black and white, I think it might make it hard to keep attention during the story time, but I could give it a try.

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