Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Ladybug Girl and the Rescue Dogs by David Soman and Jackie Davis Book Review



Ladybug Girl and her friends help at a dog-adoption fair and discover that even the littlest things can make a big difference in this tenth hardcover in the New York Times bestselling Ladybug Girl series.

Lulu is excited to meet all the rescue dogs when the pet-adoption fair comes to her local farmers' market. She wants to take all of them home--but she already has Bingo, and Mama says one dog is enough for their family. That doesn't mean Lulu can't help, though. It's time for Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad--her friends Grasshopper Girl and Bumblebee Boy--to step in! The Bug Squad can do all kinds of little but important things, like brush the dogs, play with them, and bring them water and food. And then Lulu comes up with the perfect plan to help the dogs find their forever homes. Her idea is such a success that the Bug Squad knows they'll be back again next week. Together, they can help every dog get adopted.

This beloved series is celebrated for its gentle, authentic, and imaginative exploration of kid-emotions and -truths.


My Thoughts:


My daughter loves the adventures of Ladybug girl. What’s not to love walking around in a ladybug costume with your faithful dog. The illustrations are colorful and fun. The story is sweet.


Ladybug girl is out at the farmers market when she sees a bunch of dogs in the distances and when she walks over there she sees that the are dogs that are up for adoption and don’t have a home. She of course wants to adopt them all and bring them home. Well, that is not an option as they all wouldn’t fit into their home. 


She gets creative and finds a way to help out by getting the dogs some water and recruiting her friends to help out. The Bug Squad comes up with an idea to get the rescue dogs more exposure to get adopted.


What a fun story about making a difference and lending a hand. I love all the variety of dogs and the different personality of each one. Such a cute book.

I received a free copy of this product from Penguin Random House in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this information accordance

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