"Fanny sensed that from the moment she was born she was meant to have a dog. It was as though some unique and independent organ deep inside her, like a tiny heart, couldn't thrive properly without one."
With humor and compassion Kevin Henkes tells Fanny's story. But this is not just a dog story. This is a story about a girl and tier father. This is a story about growing up. This is a story about wanting and getting and realizing that nothing is simple or easy.
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when Henry announces at the last minute that he won't attend his own party, Fanny dispatches a balloon with a note attached: ``At this very moment I don't understand my father and would like a new one.'' Henry goes away to think, but when he returns, it is with a peace offering: Dinner, a sweet-n...| Read Full Review of Protecting Marie
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