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Old 12-31-2008, 01:06 PM   #1
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Aris, Ernest: Wee Peter Pug. v1. 31 Dec 08

No doubt about it: If this dog was a screaming little child, it would be called a BRAT! - hahahaha!!!

What we have here is a little doggy who steals a shoe and then hides it from her Dame - an old woman who's always so happy that you wonder what meds she takes. Anyway, the pug tells the rabbit who then tells the duck, and then they all...well, you get the plot. And there's so much laughter and fun times, you want to puke all your tomato juice onto your gramma's apron. Or onto Uncle Dobbs slick black boots! Hahahahahah!

SPOILER: The dog gets it in the end! Get it?? The End! - Hahahaha

Well, boys and girls, demand early on that you assign a designated driver for your happy times tonight. If you're driving yourself home, watch out for frisky little pugs that dart out in front of cars! - They sure do make a mess, don't they? Almost as much of a mess as your Uncle Bert when he drinks too much champagne! Ughggh!!! -- Hey, but that's another story, right, boys and girls?


So, to recap: The little Pug gets it in the end. - Get it?! THE END!

Ooops! I forgot to put the word SPOILER in the sentence above! Oh, well. Sorry about that. (Hehe.)

Like all the books I assemble on MobileRead, this too was assembled to reflect human intervention and artistic judgment.

I hope you enjoy it - after all, it's only 28 screens in length, with a very minimal text, and some nice illustrations.

Don
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