Shampoodle (Step Into Reading) By Joan Holub

Shampoodle (Step Into Reading)
Joan Holub
Random House Young Readers (2009)
ISBN 9780375955761
Reviewed by Grayce Richardson (almost age 6) for Reader Views (03/10)

Grayce: “The front is funky. The picture of all the dogs all dirty at the end is super silly. I love the pictures. It really rhymes. I thought it was fun to read. I would recommend this book to other kids like me. I also loved the page with all the hair-dos. I can’t wait until I can read this book all by myself.”

Parent’s comments:

The cover, gorgeously illustrated, really sets the tone for a fun read. “Shampoodle” by Joan Holub is about a dog grooming shop by the same name with a hilarious cast of characters – a pug, a poodle, a beagle and Shetland sheep to name a few. A mischievous cat causes a stir, which has ramifications until the very end (think dirty dogs). A great read and must-add to your library.

 

 

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