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Book Review: "Maggie and Max"

Posted: Sat Jul 22, 2017 11:48 pm
by Bull J. Johnson
Title of the book: Maggie and Max
Author: Ellen Miles
Cover Art: Tim O'Brien (I also loved his work.)
Cover Design: Steve Scott
Series: The Puppy Place
Genres: Children
Short summary of the story: Its about Maggie (the puppy) and Max (the kitten) finding a new how in time for Christmas.
Good point: I like how we get to see what the dog and cat is saying. I also like how cute they are. A third good point is that in the end Maggie (the puppy) and Max (the kitten) get adopted together by the homeless place.
Bad point: One bad point was when they tried to separate Max (the kitten) with Maggie (the puppy). Max was so sad to be away from Maggie.

Re: Book Review: "Jake"

Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:02 am
by Bull J. Johnson
Today I read another Puppy Place story. This one about a dog name Jake and a horse named Smokey. I especially loved the ending where Smokey is found by his friend Jake. Another thing I like about this story is that Jake seems like a sweet dog that I would love to meet.

I also love the Puppy Tips section that is always at the end of every story. This stories tip is about how each type of pet have different needs.

Re: Book Review: "Maggie and Max"

Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2018 4:16 pm
by Bull J. Johnson
Some of the different type of needs for a pet would be how to exercise them, for instance a horse would need to run or walk around a pasture, while a dog can chase a ball for exercise. Another difference would be the different types of food that a pet can eat, for instance a horse would need to eat manly hay, while a dog would either need to eat canned dog food or dry dog food, and a mouse would get cheese.