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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
He's All Over the Place! by Terri Kelley is a delightful story for children. The story revolves around a young boy who gets a new pup as his pet. He tries to think of a suitable name for the pup and none seem to fit. The little pup shows all the sides of his personality with his naughty antics and funny behavior. Finally, the boy realizes that the name he wants for the pup is right in front of him and he does not have to go searching for it. All pet lovers will be able to connect to this story.
Terri Kelley comes up with another wonderful book for children here. Like the rest of her books, the illustrations are bright, colorful, and they breathe life into the characters portrayed. They always take the story to another dimension. The illustrations are endearing enough to attract a child to read the beautiful story. The illustrations and the story complement each other perfectly, making this book a winner. The story also encourages children to observe their surroundings carefully. The antics of the puppy also give a lot of joy and cheer to young readers. School libraries should have books like this because these stories are ideal in not only introducing children to the joys of reading but also to new concepts and educational things.