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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Beth has been really lonely; so for Christmas this year, she asks for a puppy. Dad wants his baby girl happy, so he agrees to let her have one. Beth is so very excited she just can’t wait until she meets her new furry friend.
Fefe has been adopted twice, and store owner Jeff knows it is not going to be easy to find a new home for this dog. But Jeff still has hope that one day just the right person will come in and give her a good home. But so far whenever someone passed by her cage, she would just bark and act mean to them so they wouldn’t look at her twice. Then the day finally came for the family to make the trip to the pet store. Do you think Beth found the puppy she wanted?
This is a cute and sweet story of a little girl and her puppy, and it is heartwarming that her dad gives in to Beth, even though he doesn’t like dogs. Isn’t that just what we do for our kids? The author pens a wonderful story of love, happiness and fun in this story of "The Curious Pup". This is a story that you can enjoy not onlyat Christmas, but at anytime during the year. Or, you could purchase this book now, and read it each Christmas in the future. This book would be a wonderful addition to any library.
I did find a few typing errors and sentence fragments that were not correct, but they can easily be fixed by the author.