It's a dog's life ... shared., August 5, 2015
This review is from: Rumplepimple (The Adventures of Rumplepimple Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
How often have you thought to yourself "I could write a book about that (dog, cat, kid, person, place, food, etc.) Why don't you?
Suzanne has entertained us with local columns in newspapers and magazines, and now she is sharing her dog stories. They are wonderful reads and will charm dog lovers and children alike.
Here's my review of her first in a series:
Rumplepimple is certainly living a dog's life. This charming fellow is a wire fox terrier who adores his two moms and endures his big sister, Chicken the cat. He discovers new talents which earn him tasty treats (though sometimes are unrecognizedd by the moms.) Having a "failure to communicate" with his two loves is his one challenge in life. But language aside, his strong emotional response to those in need is made evident in the story's climactic event. Rumplepimple comes through in a crisis with gentlemanly diplomacy, knowing when to strike the right pose and rescue the day! Of course, he is a dog and can't be held to human superhero standards, and so he does what a dog does now and then. In his own way, his behavior is still teaching others right from wrong.
This is a delightful story for read-to ages and as enticing to beginning readers. It would also make a great elementary read, providing a discussion starting story of different perspective and social cues. Buy it for the dog lovers in your life, for the new readers in your life, and for yourself. As they say in the gentlemanly commercial, "I know you're going to love it~"