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All four of the girls, as well as their parents and the other characters in the book, felt like real people. I even cried a couple of times because the characters had realistic problems, but they found a way to get through them. The light inspirational touches enhanced the I just finished reading Dog Daze, book one of the S.
The light inspirational touches enhanced the story and made it feel even more like these people could be my neighbors. Feb 12, Glenajo rated it it was amazing Shelves: children , christian. Anita is afraid; afraid that is she makes a mistake, she will be sent back, afraid that she will make mistakes speaking in English, afraid that the other girls will make fun of her, especially Melissa who already takes every opportunity to ridicule her. Then Anita wins a poster contest putting her on a committee to create a fund raising event. The group made up of girls who have trouble working as a group, until they witness a woman tossing a wiggling bag into the lake.
Each girl uses her strength to save the basset hound, and the group goes on to not only plan and produce an incredible fund raising event, but to save litters of basset hounds from the clutches of unethical handlers, at the same time developing their strengths and creating deep friendships. Great story, well developed characters, with enough diversity that every girl can find herself in one of them. Faith plays a large roll in the story, as the characters grow and learn about the world and strong relationships.
I recommend this for any pre-teen girl that seeks acceptance, adventure, and fun. Received Galley from NetGalley. View 2 comments. Although she was adopted by a loving mom and is now part of one large and quirky family, Aneta still feels like an outsider. After being teased at school about her Ukrainian accent, Aneta remains shy and withdrawn. Motivated by her quest to save Wink the Basset Hound, Aneta puts her plan in motion. This is a wonderful book for girls.
The writing is intelligent, appealing and descriptive. The concept of forever homes is at the heart of this charming book. Helping homeless dogs find forever homes is a wonderful undertaking and this book admirably promotes a spirit of stewardship for youngsters. This is a book with many positive messages and I highly recommend it! Apr 09, IrenesBookReviews rated it it was amazing. What a fun book to read.
The story is interesting as well as entertaining. There is much to learn from this book, things like teamwork, friendship and even celebrating your differences. The story revolves around a group of girls, with Aneta Jasper as the main character. Even though I was an adult reading a book written for the late elementary age group, I still really enjoyed this story.
I liked how the characters related to each other. I liked the project they work on together as it made the st What a fun book to read.
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I liked the project they work on together as it made the story more interesting. I would definitely let my child read this book! I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.
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May 09, Katelyn Bolds rated it really liked it. Aneta has just moved to America. When Ms. Jasper adopted her from the Ukrainian orphanage, the young girl never expected that being a family was forever. As the girls plan the fundraiser, things keep getting worse.