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Reviewed by Cheryl E. Rodriguez for Readers' Favorite
Fluffy Ruffy by Brianna Lee is a delightful story for young dog lovers. Lee dreams of having a dog of her own. She believes there is a special dog for everybody. One day her mother takes her to the animal shelter to finally adopt one. Lee wonders what kind of dog to get. After all, every dog has its own unique personality. Mom tells Lee she will know the right dog when she sees it. Carefully looking at each dog, Lee ponders her life with each possible doggy companion. However, Lee worries if she will be able to make the right choice.
Brianna Lee’s Fluffy Ruffy is a cute children’s story about making choices. Fluffy Ruffy is simply written for a young child’s level of understanding. Illustrator Alejandro Moreno's choice of pastel colors sets the tone and complements the story well. The narrative is imaginative and fun-loving, but most of all, it captures the heart of wishful thinking. After all, what child doesn’t dream about having a pet? The main character has a decision to make. She imagines, ponders, and thinks. She worries if she will make the right choice. This is the most critical moment of the book. When she makes her decision, it is because she pictures herself and her adoptive dog as heroes. Fluffy Ruffy promotes the idea of making good heart-felt choices, especially when picking friends or companions. Brianna Lee certainly hits a home run regarding the importance of this life lesson.