Bad Dog Max!

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Chronicle Books, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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High-spirited Max is always getting into trouble. She digs up the neighbor's flowers and barks at the mailman. She even stole a pizza right off the table! What is Max's family to do with such a mischievous dog? This endearing tale of the rascally Max will delight kids who often find themselves on the receiving end of the word "No!" The vivid illustrations and humorous text work together to reassure children that, even when they are in trouble, they are still loved.

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User Review  - BarrettOlivia - LibraryThing

Max seems to be a misbehaving dog. He is always causing trouble of some sort, and disrupting the daily lives of his family. At first, the story makes it seem like Max is being bad just because he's a ... Read full review

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User Review  - kathryn123 - LibraryThing

This book was about a dog named max. She was a very bad dog and got into everything. She was never good and always got into trouble. When Max's family brought her to the vet they said that she just ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Marina Windsor is a graphic designer who lives in Maryland with her husband and daughter. She spends much of her day keeping an eye on her mischievous dog, Sam. Ms. Windsor and her young daughter worked together on Bad Dog Max! This is her first book.

Steve Haskamp grew up in Kansas City. The youngest of six kids, he loved coloring and smearing paints on paper, cardboard, canvas or anything he could get his hands on. He lives in Southern California.

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