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Book Review: Alphabet Woof

, by Mystee


Summary from GoodReads:
Alphabet Woof! is the story of Moxy the dog who eats magic soup and his wish comes true: He can talk! This gift leads Moxy and his family to some exciting adventures, but in the end, he realizes his greatest gift is not his ability to talk but rather, his ability to talk with the people he loves, who love him back. The story is fun and whimsical, but carries an important underlying message-of family values and of understanding what really matters


My Review: Aunt Mabel is visiting and she always says her food may change your life if you let it. Today, she made alphabet soup, but it got spilled and Moxy, the dog, ate it. Moxy was able to speak!

And speak Moxy did. There was a lot to say when you couldn't talk for so long. Fame and fortune and producers soon came their way -- a talking dog, after all. After awhile, ordinary is best and they packed up because Moxy wanted to go home and not speak another word.

A cute little story for children. We've all wished our dogs could talk to us {or, is that just me?}. A great addition to your children's book collection.


RATING: ♥♥♥♥

Pages: unnumbered
Hardcover

Review copy of this book provided by the author/publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. In no way did the provision of the book affect the outcome of my review.

2 comments:

  1. Sounds like a cute book! Not sure I'd want my dog to talk in real life... it'd be a constant barrage of "I'm hungry, I'm hungry! Feed me, feed me!" ;)

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  2. What a cute book. I think I'd want my dog to only talk on some days. Let's face it, some days you don't want anyone talking to you. I have a feeling it would be the same with a dog.

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