Dog Gone by Leeza Hernandez

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Here, dog! Dear dog.
No more need to fear, dog.

When a playful pooch goes a little overboard with a stuffed animal and gets in trouble, he decides it's time to run away. But being a "dog gone" isn't as easy (or fun!) as it looks, and soon the pup misses his owner and home. Luckily, even though he's made a mistake, his human best friend is always waiting with open arms.

Leeza Hernandez is an exciting new SCBWI award-winning author-illustrator who brings lively art to a classic friendship story, with easy-to-read verse perfect for a read-aloud or young readers just starting out.

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Leeza Hernandez ( lives in New Jersey. Visit for fun doggy activities.
Published June 14, 2012 by Putnam Juvenile. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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The dog’s emotions—anger, fear, sadness, joy—are clearly transmitted through the artwork, and Hernandez keeps things interesting by varying her perspectives (a “glum dog” scene looks down from above at the dog as it investigates a cardboard box shelter) and alternating between full-blee...

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