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Help Me, Mr. Mutt!: Expert Answers for Dogs with People Problems

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Publisher Comments:

Meet Tinkles, Gracie-pants, Lovie, Fritzie, Weenie, Walter, Comet, Ike, and Jack. They're a lively mix of dogs whoseand#160;owners dress them up so they'll put their best paw forward for theand#160;dog parade, which comes at the end of the book. Until that moment, we hear each dog confront their dress-up opportunity with anything from surprise to reluctance to relief. But all have fun joining the festivities, where they show off their dog-gone best.

and#160;and#160;and#160; Alternating between doggy narrators, the text is great to read aloud, offering readers a chance toand#160;play different dog characters. The illustrations are a dynamic combination of realistic, expressive, and cute, and the text design is playful and colorful.

Review:

"Every dog has its rough day now and then, which in this high-energy picture book calls for a letter to Mr. Mutt, Canine Counselor. Whether addressing a dog put on a diet by his people, or a pooch who's scolded for barking too much, Mr. Mutt offers a written note of nuts-and-bolts advice (to the hungry dog, he recommends searching the trash, etc.) and anti-cat commentary. His snooty, tiara-wearing cat companion, The Queen, takes issue with his 'catty remarks,' writing rebuttals on pink stationery. Similar to Mark Teague's Dear Mrs. LaRue: Letters from Obedience School in both theme and epistolary format, this sister act's (The Great Fuzz Frenzy) effort lacks LaRue's narrative flow and clever situational humor. Stevens's mixed-media scenes of the pets' ultimate altercation contain the most fun: The Queen demonstrates her prowess with a digitally manipulated ball of yarn as she, taking umbrage at a feline insult, keeps her canine cohort too 'tied up' to help his correspondents out of the doghouse. Ages 3 — 7." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)

Synopsis:

Through letters and newspaper clippings--and with plenty of trademark humor--the authors give voice to despairing dogs everywhere who are having trouble with their humans. Full color.

Synopsis:

What's a dog to do with a problematic human? Mr. Mutt has the answers!

Synopsis:

Nine diggity dogs get ready to join a doggone jamboree! Meet Tinkles, Gracie-pants, Lovie, Fritzie, Weenie, Walter, Comet, Ike, and Jack. Itand#8217;s time for these pups to let their owners dress them up in costume! But one of them is shy. Another is too jumpy. Do any of them really want to join the fun? Once they see the silly and cute duds theyand#8217;re wearing, they will! But they need to hurryand#8212;the dog parade wonand#8217;t wait forever. And itand#8217;s not to be missed!

Synopsis:

Responding to disgruntled dogs nationwide, Mr. Mutt, Canine Counselor, has solutions to the most sticky dilemmas. But Mr. Mutt has his own problem to solve: the cat (aka The Queen), who has her own idea of whoand#8217;s in charge. Now Mr. Mutt is the one who needs help--quick!
and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;
Through letters and newspaper clippings--and with plenty of their trademark humor--Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel give voice to despairing dogs everywhere.
and#160;
and#160;

About the Author

JANET STEVENS is the author-illustrator of many popular books for children. Her picture books have garnered such awards as a Caldecott Honor, a Golden Kite Honor, and a Texas Bluebonnet Award. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

SUSAN STEVENS CRUMMEL is the author of a number of acclaimed picture books, many of which she's written with her sister, Janet Stevens. She travels to shools nationwide as a visiting author. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780152046286
Author:
Stevens, Janet
Publisher:
Harcourt Children's Books
Author:
Yelchin, Eugene
Author:
Crummel, Susan Stevens
Author:
Joosse, Barbara
Subject:
Humorous Stories
Subject:
Dogs
Subject:
Animals - Dogs
Subject:
Animals - Cats
Subject:
Children s humor
Edition Description:
Cloth
Publication Date:
20080431
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from P up to 3
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Full-color illustrations
Pages:
40
Dimensions:
10 x 9 in
Age Level:
03-07

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Product details 40 pages Harcourt Children's Books - English 9780152046286 Reviews:
"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Every dog has its rough day now and then, which in this high-energy picture book calls for a letter to Mr. Mutt, Canine Counselor. Whether addressing a dog put on a diet by his people, or a pooch who's scolded for barking too much, Mr. Mutt offers a written note of nuts-and-bolts advice (to the hungry dog, he recommends searching the trash, etc.) and anti-cat commentary. His snooty, tiara-wearing cat companion, The Queen, takes issue with his 'catty remarks,' writing rebuttals on pink stationery. Similar to Mark Teague's Dear Mrs. LaRue: Letters from Obedience School in both theme and epistolary format, this sister act's (The Great Fuzz Frenzy) effort lacks LaRue's narrative flow and clever situational humor. Stevens's mixed-media scenes of the pets' ultimate altercation contain the most fun: The Queen demonstrates her prowess with a digitally manipulated ball of yarn as she, taking umbrage at a feline insult, keeps her canine cohort too 'tied up' to help his correspondents out of the doghouse. Ages 3 — 7." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"Synopsis" by , Through letters and newspaper clippings--and with plenty of trademark humor--the authors give voice to despairing dogs everywhere who are having trouble with their humans. Full color.
"Synopsis" by ,
What's a dog to do with a problematic human? Mr. Mutt has the answers!
"Synopsis" by , Nine diggity dogs get ready to join a doggone jamboree! Meet Tinkles, Gracie-pants, Lovie, Fritzie, Weenie, Walter, Comet, Ike, and Jack. Itand#8217;s time for these pups to let their owners dress them up in costume! But one of them is shy. Another is too jumpy. Do any of them really want to join the fun? Once they see the silly and cute duds theyand#8217;re wearing, they will! But they need to hurryand#8212;the dog parade wonand#8217;t wait forever. And itand#8217;s not to be missed!
"Synopsis" by ,
Responding to disgruntled dogs nationwide, Mr. Mutt, Canine Counselor, has solutions to the most sticky dilemmas. But Mr. Mutt has his own problem to solve: the cat (aka The Queen), who has her own idea of whoand#8217;s in charge. Now Mr. Mutt is the one who needs help--quick!
and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;
Through letters and newspaper clippings--and with plenty of their trademark humor--Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel give voice to despairing dogs everywhere.
and#160;
and#160;
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