True Tails From The Dog Park by Max and Luther

True Tails From The Dog Park by Max and Luther

True Tails From The Dog Park by Max and Luther
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Genre: Middle Grade
Length: Short Story (47 pgs)
Age Recommendation: 6+
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Stephanotis

“True Tails from the Dog Park” is a fun and charming collection of stories, tips and rules for dogs and dog owners that will keep you laughing. The stories are written from the perspective of two dogs, Max and Luther who have become best friends since meeting at the dog park. These are tales only a dog could tell.

If I was only allowed one word to describe this book it would be cute with a capital C. I loved the idea that the authors chose to write it from their dog’s perspective; that is Max and Luther. Max and Luther are two buddies from a San Diego dog park who got together and decided to write a book about their adventures and experiences there.

It’s funny, puts a smile on your face…especially the pages with the ads for dogs with everything from looking for a new collar to help wanted.

It’s beautifully illustrated and yes, children will love it and learn a lot about dogs from reading it but I think it’s also the ideal book for adults too. Not only for its humor but the lessons learned within the pages about appropriate conduct when visiting a dog park. And yes, even some insight on what makes a dog tick.

If you own a dog or have ever been a dog parent you’ll recognize many of the traits, the running after anyone with food, the drooling, and the dog toys they love. Read it by yourself or read with it your child, but either way it’s sure to brighten up your day.

Hopefully Max and Luther will have more adventures because I’m looking forward to reading about them.

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