In this charming story, a pup named Lucky appears one day on the doorstep of the house where two young children live. The siblings are excited to have a new playmate, and they quickly learn that Lucky is full of energy and loves to explore. They take him for walks in the park, play fetch with him in the backyard, and even introduce him to their dog Buster. As each day goes by, they grow fonder of their furry friend—until finally it’s time for Lucky to go home. This heartwarming tale will leave animal lovers everywhere feeling happy and satisfied!
For who is this book for ?
- The story is charming and will leave animal lovers feeling happy
- The narration by the two children is clear and enjoyable to listen to
- The illustrations are adorable
- The book is too short
- The author does not describe the characters well
- It only tells one story
Learn more about the author
Susan Blackaby has been a teacher and children’s librarian for over thirty years. She is the author of numerous books for young readers, including The Christmas Wish, which was named one of Bank Street College’s Best Books of the Year. Susan lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.
“Such a cute book for children! My little one enjoyed it immensely.”
“This is a great book for dog lovers of all ages. The characters are endearing and the plot is very sweet. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to read a feel-good story about some kids and their new pup.”
“A must-read for dog lovers of all ages!”
“I loved this book! It’s a heartwarming story about the bond between children and a pup, told in gentle language that any child can understand. The illustrations are lovely, too.”