Poor Puppy

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Macmillan, Jul 24, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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PUPPY GETS HIS OWN BOOK.  Kitty's best friend stars in this zany companion to the best selling BAD KITTY. Poor, poor Puppy:  Kitty isn't interested in playing, so all puppy's left with are: 1 Airplane, 2 Balls, 3 Cars, 4 Dolls... and 22 other toys.  When he's done, Puppy's so tired, he takes a nap--and dreams of playing apple bobbing in Antarctica, Baseball in Brazil, Checkers in Canada, Dodgeball in Denmark... and 22 other games.  Who else but Nick Bruel could combine the alphabet, a counting game, a whirlwind geography course, and a screamingly funny story... all in 40 pages?
 

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User Review  - lruano - LibraryThing

Puppy's best friend is Kitty. Puppy is sad because Kitty doesn't want to play with him. So puppy begins to play with other things instead of Kitty. He began to play with everything from one airplane ... Read full review

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User Review  - pamela12286 - LibraryThing

I personally liked this counting book. I am not a cat person and I felt bad for the sweet puppy that wanted to play. It was a cute way of counting that will appeal to children. The images are great and show the items clearly enough for them to be counted by the children. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
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About the author (2007)

Nick Bruel is the author and illustrator of the phenomenally successful Bad Kitty picture books and chapter books, as well as other popular books for young readers. He has received the 2012 CBC Children's Choice Book Award, as well as several major state awards for his work. Nick lives near Westchester, NY with his wife, daughter and not-so-bad kitty, Esmeralda. When he is not visiting schools from coast to coast, he collects PEZ dispensers and grows tomatoes in his backyard.

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