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Dog Loves Books

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A book by Louise Yates

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Author: Louise Yates
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Inc
Date Published: September 14, 2010
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Nicole Loves Dog Loves Books

  • Sep 18, 2010
Pros: Almost a cuteness overload.

Cons: None.

The Bottom Line: What better book for a bookseller than a book about a dog that loves books and owns a bookstore! Ha!

As usual, I spotted this back in the kid's section.  All it took was the cover; a little white dog with perky ears carrying a stack of books, stepping high and proud with the title Dog Loves Books underneath.  I immediately made a mental note to read it.

Eventually I got my chance and was delighted with what was inside.  The little white dog loves books so much he plans on opening his own bookstore.  But when he does, no one shows up for the grand day.  Dog gets a little bummed out, but plucks up his spirits by doing what?  Reading books of course!  Books can take him into different worlds to meet different creatures and have all sorts of adventures.  But will anyone ever come in to his new bookstore?

I think we all know the answer to that.

It's a very simple book focused on the joy and power of reading.  The book explains that Dog is never alone because he has all sorts of fun and friends ready and waiting within all his books.  It's cute because even the dinosaurs look happy when they pop up.  The illustrations are colorful and rather minimalist until Dog opens up his favorite books and then the pages fill up with kangaroos, spaceships, and all sorts of other exciting things.  Dog is a cute little guy and I love his little doggie smile and happy ears.  I'm always astonished with the illustrations that artists can create with the use of watercolors. 

This is a great way to introduce kids to reading.  Since this is a picture book for kids ages 4-8, not only do they get to read with you, but they can also get a peek into their future when it comes to books.  There's nothing heavy about it, no deeper message other than books are great.  And who's going to argue with that?

The book is an easy read; it doesn't use any rhymes or anything, just a straight story that you can read to your kids or have them read to you.  It's a great anytime book, and might be particularly fun to read right before everyone goes to a bookstore.

I don't have kids or nephews or nieces or anything, but if I did, this would have been in my bag and on its way home.



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November 14, 2010
This sounds so sweet! I love the message. Nicely written:)
October 27, 2010
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