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Latke, the Lucky Dog

Latke, the Lucky Dog

Написано Ellen Fischer

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Latke, the Lucky Dog

Написано Ellen Fischer

Озвучено Book Buddy Digital Media

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3.5/5 (17 оценки)
Длина:
6 минут
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Издано:
1 янв. 2017 г.
ISBN:
9781512444612
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Описание

Rescued from an animal shelter on the first night of Hanukkah, Latke has trouble learning the house rules. Despite a series of mishaps, he is one Lucky Dog!

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Издано:
1 янв. 2017 г.
ISBN:
9781512444612
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Об авторе

Ellen Fischer was born in St. Louis. Following graduation from Washington University, she taught children with special needs and then ESL at a Jewish Day School. She lives in Greensboro, North Carolina with her husband. They have three children.


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  • (3/5)
    A dog recently rescued from an animal shelter makes a mess of Hanukkah in a series of mishaps.
  • (3/5)
    When Zoe, Zach and their parents adopt a dog from the shelter on the first day of Hanukkah, they name him Latke and bring him home. Unused to life in a house, Latke makes a number of mistakes, from eating treats not meant for him to chewing on wrapped holiday gifts. Fortunately, his new family is patient and understanding...I picked up Latke, the Lucky Dog with some anticipation, hoping for a sweet holiday tale about an animal finding a home, and that is just what I got. That said, the text sometimes felt a little clunky to me, and the first-person narration from Latke's perspective was often a little forced. The artwork is colorful and cute, although the human faces (particularly the eyes) were somewhat off-putting to me. This is my first book from author Ellen Fischer, but I have encountered and enjoyed illustrator Tiphanie Beeke's work before, in Julia Rawlinson's picture-books about Fletcher the fox, so I was surprised to find that the visuals didn't strike more of a chord with me. Perhaps Beeke is simply better at depicting animals than humans. There's nothing really wrong here, and I would still recommend this one to those seeking picture-book set at Hanukkah (rather than about Hanukkah itself), but somehow I expected to enjoy it more than I did.