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  • By Anne Rogers
    Oct 15, 2009
    "A lovely children's book" This is a fun book for children who love dogs and puppies. It is full of lovely drawings of the puppies progress through his first day as a mail carrier puppy. A tale that will entertain children of a young age. Well written and the drawings are well done.
  • By LK Gardner-Griffie
    Jun 20, 2009
    "A Fun Frolic - Part I" Reviewed by Phoenix, the miniature long-haired dachshund princess of LK Gardner-Griffie, author of YA novel, Misfit McCabe. I am so excited because this is the first book review that I get to write. Finally a chance to put my paw to something worthwhile. This opportunity came about because a German Shepherd, Celina Star published a book called, How To Become a Mail Carrier Puppy and Mama said that I would have the opportunity to do the review, since both the author and I are German canines. I have been taking careful notes along the way as I watch my Mama read and review other books, and I know that I'm ready for this challenge. How To Become a Mail Carrier Puppy is the second book by Celina Star, the first being a little longer piece called Paw Prints on the Road which is full of travels around the world. In the prologue to Paw Prints on the Road there is an explanation given regarding the editing of the work, or to be more accurate, lack of... More > editing. ” The Reader might like to know why this book was never edited. I do believe that my true inner feelings; my thoughts which come into my mind and all my emotions at the time of writing should be represented and voiced in this little book. No one can take your words of your heart and make them better. No correct English, grammar, pronunciation can equal what a heart is telling you to write down on a little white piece of paper and transform it into a book of thoughts and joy.” While I appreciate this viewpoint, I'm not sure I whole-heartedly agree with it. I like for my work to be formatted, and spruced up a bit before letting anyone else read it, but that is just me. A princess always has to be concerned about setting the proper example. Since I know that the author believes in leaving the work unedited, I will not comment on any formatting, punctuation or grammatical issues found within the work, but will focus instead on the story itself.< Less
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Product Details

January 23, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Full color
0.3 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
7.5 wide x 7.5 tall
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