Dog Biscuit

Dog Biscuit

Book - 2009
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A little girl eats a dog biscuit by mistake and worries about the consequences. Includes recipe for "human-being biscuits."
Publisher: London : Random House Children's Books, 2009, c2008
ISBN: 9780552553285
Branch Call Number: COO
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill

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skyekilaen
May 29, 2016

Bridget is hungry while visiting Mrs. Blair, and finds a stash of dog biscuits in the shed. She eats one. “Oh my,” says Mrs. Blair, “you’ll go bowwow and turn into a dog.” She desperately wishes she hadn’t eaten the biscuit, but by nightfall she’s transformed, and called out into the magical world of dogs.

It all ends just fine, but Bridget is truly frightened by Mrs. Blair’s tease. Bridget’s mom is 100% comforting and supportive when Bridget confesses, and Mrs. Blair apologizes, so I did appreciate the adults’ reaction to a child’s “irrational” fears. However, my son at three years old was really creeped out by this book. We read it again just recently, when he was six, and he found it fascinating. I personally loved it!

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Mum_of_2
Jul 04, 2011

My 4 year old son loved this one. I thought it was alright.

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