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An Odd Dog Christmas

By Rob Biddulph
Reviewed by Barbara Braxton
It’s Christmas and  Odd Dog is running out of time to find the perfect present for her pal…  But then she steps into a Christmas arcade which looks very promising until she meets a new friend who needs help.  Suddenly, instead of shopping for that perfect gift, Odd Dog has the adventure of a lifetime and learns an important lesson about gift-giving at the same time.
Both the rhyming text and the illustrations will engross the young reader in this unusual Christmas story, but the engagement will be heightened because they are challenged to find some interesting items that have been hidden within.  And while it might be easy for an eagle-eye to spot five golden rings, what do turtle doves look like, or, indeed, a partridge in a pear tree?
One to keep the little ones intrigued as the anticipation builds…
HarperCollins, 2021
Reprinted with permission The Bottom Shelf 
1942 Amsterdam Ave NY (212) 862-3680

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