Saturday, January 12, 2013

Review - Bailey

Title: Bailey
Author and Illustrator: Harry Bliss
Publisher: Scholastic Press (August 1, 2011)
Format: Hardcover; Pgs 32
Genre: Children’s
Source: Library
Ages: 3 and up

I have never heard of anyone liking school as much as Bailey, but when you are a dog in a school full of children, nothing but fun and antics can ensue.

Waking up early and getting ready for class has its challenges, but after you have brushed your fur and decided which collar to wear, getting to the bus should not be a problem. That is if it were not for the interesting stick, the squirrel or any other distractions that could keep an easily sidetracked pooch from getting to class on time.

Now if only Bailey could remember not to lick anyone or eat is own homework, life would be perfect for the most popular dog on campus.

From math to lunch to art and recess, Bailey makes going to school fun and entertaining for the whole class.

Teaching patience and acceptance, Bailey is an amusing story and easy reader for you and your child to enjoy together.

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