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If you’re looking for a new book to read check out When Molly Drew Dogs by Deborah Kerbel. It’s a story about a girl who draws dogs when she feels nervous and how it helps her handle her feelings, even though some people think it’s a strange habit. Let’s hear what Chirp readers Clark and Grant thought of this story!
Then scroll down for a chance to win your own copy of this book.
“I like this story because it has dogs in it. If you are afraid of dogs this book helps you see them differently. I like that only Molly can see the dogs because it let’s kids know that it is okay to have an imagination and make what you are dreaming become true. The pictures are different; they look smudged but they help me think about when I dream. The pictures are like my dreams. I like that. Best Part: The dogs with the hats on made me laugh.” – Clark, 7
“The story was scary sometimes because there is a storm and a bad guy in it but in the end they get rescued by the dogs and that’s not scary. The dogs are funny because they like to play even if Molly doesn’t want them to play.” – Grant, 5
Thanks, Clark and Grant!
To WIN a copy of When Molly Drew Dogs send your first name, age, and one thing you like to draw to firstname.lastname@example.org or comment on this post.
Good luck, everyone, and happy reading!
In the October issue of Chirp, we learn about owls. Check out this audio recording of different owl calls from all over North America!