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Lets Have a Dog Party Read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Þ A sparkling debut that celebrates friendship and encourages empathy starring a lovable dogKate and Frank are best friends To celebrate Frank's birthday Kate throws him a party with all her favorite things lots of friends dancing in circles loud singing and sparkly confetti eD a way to bring Frank back to the party on his own termsThis tender debut picture book by Mikela Prevost is a fresh take on the classic birthday party story and one that encourages empathy and the art of listening. This noted illustration leads splendidly into the next title to be highlighted If you recall not every single soul enjoys a certain kind of birthday bash Let's Have a Dog Party Viking March 19 2019 written and illustrated by Mikela Prevost gives readers a look at how a human learns to listen to her canine companion This title is paired with Ten Rules of the Birthday WishMy full recommendation

Summary º E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Mikela Prevost

Riends dancing in circles loud singing and sparkly confetti everywhere But best friends don't always have the same taste in parties Frank prefers uiet sun drenched naps on his favorite rug So he hides Kate must fin. Being the owner of a cat who loves me but hates company I love this book

Mikela Prevost ☆ 9 Review

Lets Have a Dog PartyA sparkling debut that celebrates friendship and encourages empathy starring a lovable dogKate and Frank are best friends To celebrate Frank's birthday Kate throws him a party with all her favorite things lots of f. A Big Name Blogger gave this 5 stars chirping about how it teaches empathyWhat this book reminds me of is a woman who brought her kid to the monthly cat adoptions we host because she wants to adopt a pet so he can learn empathyThe kid spent his time trying to harass a couple of frightened kittens who had retreated into their crate I held off the kid while the mother ignored what was going on while she went on and on about empathy Hell I actually had to sit there with my foot bracing the crate so that the kid couldn't do what he was trying to do The counselors and I agreed afterwards that never mind a cat or dog we wouldn't want that family to adopt a goldfish Perhaps not even a STUFFED animalSo fck that in books like this Are the kids whose parents read this to them about empathy going to get the point of this Unless there's a real discussion I sincerely doubt itUgly ugly art too No matter how much the Big Name Blogger chirps about the placement and shows off her knowledge of classic picture books the fact is that the art here is hideous The only thing that works really well is the dog who is well drawn and shows a far better range of emotions than the kids As seems to be the norm in current picture book art the kids could be interchangeable except for hair and skin colors the distortion of their faces is disturbing and their heads seem way out of proportion to their tiny little bodies UghNEXT