Spunky Tells All

Spunky Tells All

Book - 2011
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Called a troublemaker by his human family, a reflective dog defends himself and then relates the family's adoption of an aristocratic but incompetent cat, who gives him a life purpose and new way of looking at his world.
Publisher: New York : Farrar Straus Giroux, 2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780374380007
0374380007
Characteristics: 105 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Castillo, Lauren - Illustrator

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elloyd74
Sep 04, 2013

"Spunky"'s a wonderful read that would also make a great classroom read-aloud. It's certainly the closest I've ever felt to being inside a dog's head. Cameron uses the beginning-chapters-level vocabulary to give Spunky a voice that's funny, thoughtful, and true.
"Spunky Tells All" is related to Ann Cameron's "Julian" and "Huey" books--he's their dog, and they're the family in "Spunky Tells All", but it's not at all necessary to have read those in order to enjoy it.

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