Sam the Scaredy Cat Dog by Diana Duncan

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"In this children's book, a meek dog summons his courage to rescue his owner when bullies threaten her. Duncan delivers her message in quatrains of definite rhyme and strong rhythm that accompany each spread of pages colorfully illustrated. The author’s style of using uppercase letters at the start of each new line, even mid-sentence, is jarring."
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Although Sam, Cleo's dog, is enormous, he is a real wimp. Cleo's mum urges him to be brave because he is frightened of everything; even Punky the poodle from down the road and Fat Felix, the cat who hangs around the park. But one day when some bullies decide to pick on Cleo as she skips off to school, Sam suddenly finds the courage to defend her and also lands himself a splendid daytime job!
 

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Published September 9, 2015 by PartridgeSingapore. 26 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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BlueInk Review

Below average
on Nov 30 2015

"In this children's book, a meek dog summons his courage to rescue his owner when bullies threaten her. Duncan delivers her message in quatrains of definite rhyme and strong rhythm that accompany each spread of pages colorfully illustrated. The author’s style of using uppercase letters at the start of each new line, even mid-sentence, is jarring."

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