Peewee the Playful Puppy (Short Stories, Jokes, and Games!)

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Follow the adventures of Peewee! This is an excellent read for beginning and early readers. Each story contains an important moral and lesson. Cute and bright illustrations for younger readers!

* Excellent for early and beginning readers
* Great for reading aloud with friends and family
* Cute short stories that are great for a quick bedtime story
* Funny and hilarious jokes & illustrations More

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Review by: Frank Wright on Aug. 29, 2015 :
The focus was on lessons that, quite frankly, seemed a little disjointed from the story. I did like the lessons that were intended as a main focus and for a daycare or classroom this book is very well suited. There is an activity after every story that can be used to entertain a group of children, which is a fun way to interact with kids and encourage their learning.

The lesson about wearing roller blades while walking a dog is a very good one, and I wish in addition to the other lessons there had been a quick few about the proper care of puppies and how much work it takes. This book was in an excellent position to use a fun way to teach children how to properly care for a puppy, but I feel like that opportunity was missed.

I didn't particularly care for the berries that the squirrel threw out of the berry tree. There is only a handful of trees in the whole world that produce berries and of those few, even fewer are considered edible. I think the tree should have had nuts so as not to confuse smaller children about where berries come from. I found myself worried about kids in yards playing under a tree that contains mistletoe. Anyone who doesn't know that mistletoe is a plant all on its own would think that the tree makes those berries and if the squirrel in the story could play with them then that makes it alright.
I am aware that scenario is a stretch, but if I thought of it immediately, then I felt it warranted a mention.

Overall, this seems like it would be a fun group activity for children around 4 to 6 years old.
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