Alfred and Rex talked for hours. Alfred said he liked sleeping in the sun, dog food, and scratching. Rex did too. Rex said he hated baths and going to the vet. Alfred did too.
A little pug dog learns he's lovable just the way he is.
Alfred the pug dog thinks he's unlovable. Other dogs make fun of his tiny legs and funny face. The cat and the parrot and even the goldfish tease him. Then a new dog, Rex, moves in next door. Because Alfred wants a friend so badly, he tells Rex a little fib about himself. But what will happen when Rex learns the truth? Will he find Alfred unlovable too?
Dan Yaccarino has created a charming story about a little pug who learns the true meaning of friendship.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sharlamccall - LibraryThing
Summary: Alfred the dog felt unlovable because the cat, the parrot, and the other neighborhood dogs told him he was unlovable and made fun of him. When a new dog moves in next door, Alfred talks to ... Read full review
UNLOVABLEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The pug staring up mournfully from the cover looks and is anything but unlovable, as Yaccarino (New Pet, p. 1304, etc.) demonstrates in this unvarnished friendship story. The cat and other household ... Read full review