Waggers

Waggers Why do doggies find a strange woofer s wagger so sniffable So irresistible The surprising story behind the great puppy puzzle is a romping rhyming yarn about the dogs that once schemed to rid the wor

  • Title: Waggers
  • Author: Philemon Sturges Jim Ishikawa
  • ISBN: 9780525471165
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Why do doggies find a strange woofer s wagger so sniffable So irresistible The surprising story behind the great puppy puzzle is a romping, rhyming yarn about the dogs that once schemed to rid the world of cats and the sly kitty who outwitted them all Playful as a pack of pooches, this frisky true tail goes hand in paw with zany illustrations that will have dogWhy do doggies find a strange woofer s wagger so sniffable So irresistible The surprising story behind the great puppy puzzle is a romping, rhyming yarn about the dogs that once schemed to rid the world of cats and the sly kitty who outwitted them all Playful as a pack of pooches, this frisky true tail goes hand in paw with zany illustrations that will have dog and cat lovers alike cheering for exuberant read aloud fun So fetch a favorite chew toy and snuggle into a cozy lap Waggers is sure to wriggle into the hearts of doggies best friends everywhere.

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    • Philemon Sturges Jim Ishikawa

      Philemon E Sturges was an architect and author based in Rhode Island He trained at Princeton University He wrote children s books from 1995 until his death in 2005.

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    • Author: Philemon SturgesIllustrator: Jim IshikawaTitle: WaggersPlot: "Why do doggies find a strange woofer's wagger so . . . sniffable? So irresistible? The surprising story behind the great puppy puzzle is a romping, rhyming yarn about the dogs that once schemed to rid the world of cats-and the sly kitty who outwitted them all. Playful as a pack of pooches, this frisky "true tail" goes hand-in-paw with zany illustrations that will have dog and cat lovers alike cheering for more exuberant read-a [...]


    • I'll never take a walk with my dog the same way again. This was a lyrical story about how dogs wanted to get rid of cats but when a cat infiltrated the dog meeting, she screamed fire and the dogs took off with each others tails so now when dogs pass (the reason actually) that they can't pass each other without sniffing or seeing each other is to check whether the other dog has their wagger.So ingenious.


    • My four-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. I really liked the first two pages of this book, and then less and less with each page turn. This is a story told in rhyme. The first two pages are fine, then the meter goes a bit haywire and the word choice starts to feel forced. If I took out the rhyming, I might like the story more, but not much more. There is a funny ending, though.




    • Such a weird idea; explaining why dogs sniff each other's butts. But I must admit, I think of this book each time I see a dog interaction.Maybe to confusing for younger kids.




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