Go Home Flash

Go Home Flash Playful puppy Flash doesn t want to stay home he wants to go on adventures with his favorite people Even to places he shouldn t beBut his owners know it s because he misses them while they re away an

  • Title: Go Home Flash
  • Author: Ruth Paul
  • ISBN: 9781492615231
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Playful puppy Flash doesn t want to stay home he wants to go on adventures with his favorite people Even to places he shouldn t beBut his owners know it s because he misses them while they re away, and they miss him too

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      Published :2018-06-09T05:33:54+00:00

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    1. A cute story about a puppy who wants to go anywhere his family goes, even places he shouldn't, by sneaking out. It's a very simple book, easy to read and great for children who are either just learning new words or learning how to read. The book is simplistic, with really beautiful illustrations. I thought Flash was a cute puppy who just wanted some attention, I did not find his behavior bad in any way. Unfortunately, I wished for a little more because of it. I know the summary said that the fam [...]

    2. silvertonenz/20Flash is the sort of dog that really appeals to me - not too big but not too small, a little bit scruffy and slightly grubby (I love the spatters and texture of his coat) and so cute that you can't help but forgive him when he gets into trouble, which happens constantly in this charmer of a picture book, follow-up to the equally delightful Bad Dog Flash.It's a large size landscape format so the watercolour illustrations have plenty of room for variety. Some pages have a series of [...]

    3. Flash is back in this sequel to Bad Dog, Flash!, and his behavior has not improved. Now, instead of wreaking havoc on his household, he's wandering about the neighborhood, jumping gates, digging under fences, playing in garbage cans, and sneaking rides in the car. The little girl of the family is still sympathetic to his cause, however, and despite his naughtiness, she still takes him for a walk.Little Miss Muffet was obsessed with the first book about Flash, so I knew we would have to read this [...]

    4. Flash just wants to go places with his people. He tries to follow dad to work, and mom to the store, and the girl to school. But each time, he is told to go home. At the end of the day, everyone looks for Flash. Has he run away? Where can he be? Under a blanket fast asleep! The girl takes him for a walk.julianaleewriter/books-ali

    5. The reward for this dog (who never changes his bad behavior) is to go out for a walk on a leash? After having roamed free on so many occasions? Seems very lame. I am also disappointed by the lack of the required comma in the title (it is present throughout the text).

    6. I liked the illustrations and the simple text for young children, but I was worried for the dog's safety every time he was sent home on his own. And I wanted someone to pay attention to him and to have some fun with him.

    7. This sweet and simple story is an excellent early reader, especially for childre charmed by all things animal. Soft and lovely illustrations help showcase vocabulary for those still shaping words. Highly recommended.

    8. Glorious illustrations and a simple, rhyming story to suit new readers and the very young. This 2014 release from New Zealand is about cute little Flash who must wait for walkies. Loved the dream sequence - reminiscent of Hairy Maclary!

    9. Flash just wants to be with his owners and play! But he keeps getting sent back home.The darling, soft illustrations bring to life the sweetness of Flash's devotion. This book truly is a reminder that owners are dog's life; that their attention and love is constantly desired.

    10. Short phrases on each page about an energetic dog that doesn't want to stay home. A picture book that a young person can read to their adult. Lively illustrations, great reading practice for K-2.

    11. I received this book from a giveaway on . I figured that it would be a good book to read to my daughter, but this book is not very good. It seems that there was not much thought put into it.

    12. What's a pup to do when everyone tells him to go home? Cute and simple story. Great for preschool readers.

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