Dogs / Emily Gravett.

Big dogs, small dogs, stripy dogs, spotty dogs. There are so many different kinds of dogs. How can anyone pick one type of dog to love the most?

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Gravett, Emily.
Format: Book
Published: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2010, c2009.
Edition:1st U.S. ed.
Review by Publisher's Weekly Review

As simple as its title and clever from the start-the copyright page text is arranged in the shape of a bone-Gravett's (Spells) ode to canines riffs on a single note: "I love dogs." Following that opening, an unseen narrator elaborates on a wide spectrum of beloved dogs. On the list are dogs large and small, ones that bark and those that don't, dogs that are slow or fast, and those that are hairy or bald. Exemplifying the different characteristics and behaviors are portraits of various breeds (identified on the endpapers) in emotionally evocative, gently humorous poses and situations. A "chic" pink poodle sporting a jeweled collar and hair bows peers with disdain at a "shabby" pooch with matted fur, who stands on an overturned garbage can. And two small dogs wear the nervous expressions of shy children as a pair of rowdy "dogs that play" tear into a stuffed dachshund. Gravett saves the most entertaining image for last, when the narrator's identity is revealed in a kid-pleasing finale. Ages 2-6. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

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