Mark Teague - Dear Mrs. Larue: Letters from Obedience School
Gertrude LaRue receives typewritten and paw-written letters from her dog Ike, entreating her to let him leave the Igor Brotweiler Canine Academy and come back home.
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2 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 22, 2007
Dear Mrs. LaRue: I Am a Good Boy - Honest I Am!
Pros: Clever illustrations, funny text in the form of letters, very imaginative.
Cons: Nothing worth pointing out.
This is a humorous picture book that shows the difference between imagination (purposeful misdirection???) and reality. The illustrations are delightful. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 14, 2004
Hilarious, wonderful - one of my favorite picture-books
Pros: Excellent illustration paired with creative writing. Very humorous, recommended for ages 7 and up.
Funny story and artful illustrations make for a favorite, classic picture-book to be enjoyed by children, adults, and dog lovers. Introduces satire to children. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 1, 2008
Get me out of here!!
Pros: From a dog's point of view, story is written in letters home from obedience school
Cons: Story did not flow as well as I would have liked.
This was a great book to read to my daughter. She enjoyed it even though Ike had her fooled and she believed his fibs Read More at Epinions.com