Ned by Selina Young

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Synopsis

Emily and her constant companion, a green donkey named Ned, head off to real school for the first time and make an interesting discovery.
 

About Selina Young

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Selina Young has written and illustrated numerous children's books, including Ladybird, Ladybird and A Year Full of Stories.
 
Published January 1, 1993 by ABC/The All Children's Co.. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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One steamy summer afternoon, Zoomer the pup asks to make a snow cone, and, yes, he’ll clean up when he’s done.

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Though the plot is downright silly, the storytelling is flat and it’s sometimes hard to distinguish among the four dogs, Zoomer has a certain zest about him.

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The New York Times

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We root for Craig to heal, and we root for all the others in the same boat — perhaps piloted by much more demanding parents than Craig's.

Jun 18 2006 | Read Full Review of Ned

Publishers Weekly

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Young's debut picture book features a lively puppy who insists he's “way too busy” to get ready for school, much to the frustration of his father (mom's away) and brothers.

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Publishers Weekly

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Emily attributes her own ideas and feelings to Ned, and on her admittedly scary first day of school, Ned naturally tags along.

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Examiner

Ned Vizzini, author of 'It's Kind of a Funny Story,' and 'Be More Chill' introduces readers to a brand new perspective on roll-playing games and what it takes to become a man.

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