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Bad Dog Flash

Bad Dog Flash Read along with this playful pup as he chews digs and slobbers his way into troubleSniff shoes Lick shoes Gnaw shoes More shoes Uh ohyour shoes Bad dog Flash When it comes to mischief there are so

  • Title: Bad Dog Flash
  • Author: Ruth Paul
  • ISBN: 9781492601531
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Read along with this playful pup as he chews, digs, and slobbers his way into troubleSniff shoes Lick shoes Gnaw shoes More shoes Uh ohyour shoes Bad dog, Flash When it comes to mischief, there are some things Flash just can t resist From shoes to sticks and mud to licks, Flash gets into all kinds of trouble that elicits some tough love from his owners But aRead along with this playful pup as he chews, digs, and slobbers his way into troubleSniff shoes Lick shoes Gnaw shoes More shoes Uh ohyour shoes Bad dog, Flash When it comes to mischief, there are some things Flash just can t resist From shoes to sticks and mud to licks, Flash gets into all kinds of trouble that elicits some tough love from his owners But as all dog lovers know, you can only scold your puppy for so longd then it s back to giving them lots of love and affection

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    1 thought on “Bad Dog Flash

    1. I was a bit bummed that the majority (well really all but the end) focused on the negative. :-( Cute illustrations.

    2. A dog named Flash is constantly in trouble for chewing shoes, digging holes, and ripping laundry, but at least one member of his family think he's a good dog anyway.The illustrations do a lot of the work in this book, as the text is very simple. The pictures show Flash leaving a path of destruction everywhere he goes, sometimes very subtly suggesting the consequences of his actions (i.e. a man is shown holding a ladder after Flash chases a cat up a tree.) The illustrator shows Flash in several s [...]

    3. Bad Dog Flash by Ruth Paul tells a story about a very naughty puppy always getting into trouble. The story follows all the different mischievous situations that Flash is a part of and how he gets reprimanded by his owners, "Bad dog, Flash!" Although the book doesn't contain much textual material, the illustrations carry the tale and tell an adorable story about a troublesome yet lovable pup. The first thing you notice in the story is the conciseness of the text. The entire vocabulary of the stor [...]

    4. What a cute book! My kids and I read this several times before bed and they loved it. It accurately portrays the experience of owning a puppy and all the chaos that comes with it. Flash gets into trouble time and again, but in the end, the thing that matters most is the love between a child and a dog.The illustrations are very cute and well executed. I really like the author/illustrator's style and I hope to see more of her work in the future. The book is written in a simple, easy to read format [...]

    5. Pretty illustrations and I liked the dog, Flash. I did not like that the entire book focused on calling Flash a bad dog. It made me feel terrible. If we are going to be realistic here, lets talk about puppies, they are going to be inquisitive - it's a learning process. Telling a dog he is bad when he thinks he is playing (chasing a cat, trying to bring a stick in the house), following instinctive behavior (burying a bone), and not realizing he shouldn't jump because his paws are muddy is a horri [...]

    6. Flash is a playful puppy, whose story is told through simple rhythmic text and beautiful illustrations filled with fun. My story time audience fell in love with Flash, who is extremely cute and filled with enthusiasm for life and for all that is to be discovered. They enjoyed chiming in with the repeated phrase, "Bad dog, Flash!" In the end, all is well, and Flash is a good dogrt of. Fun read aloud, laugh-out-loud funny.

    7. Bad Dog Flash uses sparse text and lovely pencil and watercolor illustrations to tell the story of a dog that can't seem to stay out of trouble. Chasing the cat, chewing on shoes, and pulling clothes from the wash from the close lines seems like great fun. What seems like great fun for dog always gets him in trouble with his owners.

    8. How cute is this dog? I love him. And when he is digging up the flowers and his human yells at him, "Bad dog, Flash", he is so cute. How can you get mad at him. I love the illustrations that show how much trouble this little guy gets into. All dog lovers will love this book.

    9. Limited vocabulary and repetition tell the tale of a mischievous pup. The ending is a bit unclear, I had to go back and re-read to be sure, the youngest readers may also be confused. As a dog owner, I wondered why Flash didn't get any obedience training.

    10. A cute story, quick and easy to read. We originally borrowed it from the library but my 2 year old loved it so much we had to buy our own copy. The repetition of 'Bad dog Flash' in the text makes it a great book for little ones to join in the storytelling.

    11. The stock photo doesn't do the cover art justice. It is everything a great picturebook should be. The illustrations are so warm and lovely you actually want to hug it. A child will be absolutely captivated by the illustrations and great story. I hope for many more picturebooks by Ruth Paul.

    12. A fun romp in which readers get to experience the true essence of a dog's life, good and bad. Simple, yet lyrical text makes this a fun read. Author-illustrator Ruth Paul brought the adorable dog to life that you can't help but fall in love with him. a wonderful marriage of text and art.

    13. Puppy just needs to learn his manners. Takes time and patience and lots of love. This picture book embraces everything about puppies and what they find fun and amusing.Written and illustrated by Ruth Paul.Published by sourcebooksjabberwocky#puppy #behavior

    14. A story told in the eyes of a dog. Simple two word sentences. This would work for a young audience.

    15. Flash was adorable, even when he got in trouble. I do wish it had shown more of him being friends with the girl, though.

    16. I thought the story was cute. I would use this book with PreK. I think there are a lot of opportunities for discussion with this book.

    17. Naughty puppy feels rejected after being repeatedly told he's bad but then receives some well-deserved affectionate reassurance.

    18. Written in simple commands with lovely illustrations, we follow Flash through his day of trouble. Great for younger children.

    19. Truthful and fun, with bright captive illustrations. I just wish they would have shown a better way to handle the "bad" dog.

    20. Age: Toddler-1st gradeA hyperactive pup causes unwanted messes but his girl owner still loves him in the end.

    21. Flash is a typical "bad" dog who just wants to have fun. The text is perfect for an emerging reader. This could very well be the first book your child reads on their own. I love it!

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