This book provided this librarian with a lesson and this librarian is pleased to learn.
I find great value in stories like Antoinette because to a child it is simply a story about a dog, her family, her friends, discovering abilities and one missing friend Ooh-La-La!
Today is not really a book review as such, but questions really. I’m curious what others thoughts are about this book. The Facts: The book
literacy initiative that is directed at parents, in language that parents understand which means no library or teacher jargon that is confusing.
The book explains to children what type of feelings that may be having and why they may be feeling this way. For example a Sharp feeling such as scared/frightened – Is when a child might feel scared or unsure about something.
Georgie was not exactly what you call clean…his mum had finally had enough and let him go. I remember finding the book very funny with the other people looking disgusted at Georgie and covering their children’s eyes, the many many dogs following him down the street and the flowers wilting as he sat next to them.