Christophe Loupy Eve Tharlet
Don't Worry, Wags
September 17, 2019 Comments.. 851
Don't Worry, Wags Christophe Loupy Eve Tharlet In this sequel to Hugs and Kisses, Hugs s littermate Wags takes center stage A worrywart, Wags nervously joins her parents and siblings on a trip to town, and when she gets separated from her family, her worst fears seem to be coming true A savvy market cat offers good advice Go back to where you last saw your family But it is Wags s woeful cries that save the day, rIn this sequel to Hugs and Kisses, Hugs s littermate Wags takes center stage A worrywart, Wags nervously joins her parents and siblings on a trip to town, and when she gets separated from her family, her worst fears seem to be coming true A savvy market cat offers good advice Go back to where you last saw your family But it is Wags s woeful cries that save the day, reuniting her with her loving mother Like her brother Hugs, Wags will owrry her way into the hearts of young readers.. Don t Worry Wags In this sequel to Hugs and Kisses Hugs s littermate Wags takes center stage A worrywart Wags nervously joins her parents and siblings on a trip to town and when she gets separated from her family
  • Title: Don't Worry, Wags
  • Author: Christophe Loupy Eve Tharlet
  • ISBN: 9780735818491
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Dolly says:

      This is a sweet tale about a worrisome, but very adorable puppy who gets separated from her family during a trip to the farmer s market, but ends up having quite an adventure The story is entertaining to read aloud and tells a cautionary story about sticking with your parents so you don t get separated The illustrations are colorful and cartoonish and really help to tell the story from the young pup s perspective We enjoyed reading this book together.

    2. Ginna says:

      Recreate the story on a flannel board and help students to remember what wags did in order to find his family.

    3. Kayla Whitlock says:

      This is a book I would read around the first week of school to help with the children who are worrisome The illustrations were adorable I had empathy for Wags when she lost her parents.

    4. Amanda says:

      Really cute story about getting lost and found The illustrations are beautiful.

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