Poodle & Doodle

Poodle Doodle Angel a twelve pound prissy poodle is none too happy when Leah brings home Scruffy a seventy five pound clumsy Labradoodle Why ever would Leah want another pet when she had the perfect dog already

  • Title: Poodle & Doodle
  • Author: Donna J. Shepherd
  • ISBN: 9781616330170
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • Angel, a twelve pound prissy poodle, is none too happy when Leah brings home Scruffy, a seventy five pound clumsy Labradoodle Why ever would Leah want another pet when she had the perfect dog already Children will love Donna J Shepherd s humorous rhymes Keep a sharp lookout for hidden bones in the delightful illustrations by Jack Foster Suggested readers age 2 5

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      Published :2019-09-23T07:59:05+00:00

    About "Donna J. Shepherd"

    1. Donna J. Shepherd

      From devotions to poetry to children s books and now a novelette, Donna Shepherd weaves humor, love, and fun into her stories for both children and grownups.Donna s books for children feature short, playful rhymes and humorous illustrations Her two popular blogs have coloring pages, hidden picture puzzles, and of Donna s poetry.Topsy Turvy Land topsyturvylandOodles of Fun poodleanddoodleA columnist for The Dabbling Mum, NABBW, and CWAHM, Donna has hundreds of articles and devotionals to her credit Her devotions and stories appear in Daily Grace for Women, Anytime Prayers for Everyday Moms, and The Best Grandma in the World to name a few From bird watching to the Beatitudes, Donna s writing touches the heart with wisdom and humor while feeding the mind with daily portions of God s Word.To read her devotions, visit Devotionals by Donna devotionalsbydonnaspo

    894 thoughts on “Poodle & Doodle”

    1. My Review: Angel couldn’t understand why Leah would bring home another dog. Her question was, “I’m a fancy poodle pup. Am I not dog enough?” She just could not understand why Leah needed a dog like Scruffy that gobble down his dinner while she takes small bites, or drink out of the toilet or roll around like a mutt in wet and weedy grass; this dog shows no doggie class at all (funny). But she discovers that there may be a reason for keeping him around after all. Some children find it har [...]

    2. With its delightful language and charming illustrations, Poodle and Doodle is a picture book that can be read and enjoyed again and again. The story of how Angel, the "perfect" poodle, adjusts to the intrusion of Scruffy, the Labradoodle, will make both children and adults laugh. Donna Shepherd's clever rhymes bring Angel's personality to life, and Jack Foster's artwork adds to the humor. Hidden bones in many of the illustrations keep things fun for multiple readings. The story entertains while [...]

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