(PDF NEW) [Dog Gone Dinky] Å Cynthia Port

  • Paperback
  • 248
  • Dog Gone Dinky
  • Cynthia Port
  • English
  • 13 January 2019
  • null

Cynthia Port ☆ 1 REVIEW

REVIEW ☆ Dog Gone Dinky CHARACTERS ✓ TRAMZ.CO ☆ Cynthia Port Cynthia Port ☆ 1 REVIEW Gone Dinky the second book in the hilarious Kibble Talk series Tawny and Jenny along with their dogs Dinky and Gunner have set themselves on a mission or really three missions But there's someone else with a. I read books to be entertained Regardless of a book s target age range if a book is entertaining and funny as hell I will probably enjoy it And BOY did I love Dog GonerYoung Tawny in Cynthia Port s previous book Kibble Talk discovered a means by which she could telepathically communicate with her wisecracking Great Dane Dinky a secret she then proceeded to share with her pushy but loveable best friend Jenny And then well wackiness ensuedIt would be tough to summarize the plot of this book because it s just so silly and wacky and insanely fun that you just have to read it to understand Ms Port possesses a singular wit that shines through in her writing and I found myself laughing out loud in pretty much every chapter of the book I dare you to read the magical pony section and not laugh yourself sillyPlus the characters and the story are just as adorable as they are zany Do yourself a favor and read this book You ll be glad you did Classic Cars Calendar 2018: 16 Month Calendar zany Do yourself a favor and read this book You ll be glad you did

CHARACTERS Dog Gone DinkyDog Gone Dinky

REVIEW ☆ Dog Gone Dinky CHARACTERS ✓ TRAMZ.CO ☆ Cynthia Port Cynthia Port ☆ 1 REVIEW Fondest wish and they'll do anything to get it Can Dinky save the day before he becomes a dog goner Dog Gone Dinky is a fast moving and funny fiction story perfect for readers aged 7 to 12 or as a read a lo. After contacting the author after purchasing and reviewing book one I was given a complimentary copy of this seuel I reviewed it by my own choice and was not swayed or compensated by the authorI loved the first Dinky book Kibble Talk The premise was fresh and fun It was a hard story to top This seuel does a respectable job The four main characters two girls and two dogs carry over into this new adventure Now that Dinky has fulfilled his greatest wish book 1 the other three get their chance to fulfill theirs Things work out to a satisfying conclusion with the same warmth and silly humor that characterizes the first book A clean funny enjoyable read for kids


REVIEW ☆ Dog Gone Dinky CHARACTERS ✓ TRAMZ.CO ☆ Cynthia Port Cynthia Port ☆ 1 REVIEW Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN10 0991227824 ISBN13 9780991227822Secrets will be revealed Fondest wishes will be fulfilled Permacrud will be what the heck is permacrud anyway Find out in Dog. The SkinnyTawny is at it again In the second installment her parents are now hot on the adoption trail Tawny s friend Jenny has now been welcomed into the Kibble Talker fold and she is hot on the trail to discovering how to become one Jenny wants to find a victim to experiment on but Tawny is terrified that someone will use their powers for evil In the meantime Jenny is stuck doing portraits for Sandra and her dog Buster while her brother suddenly turns into an interrupting cow during each session Renselear Higginbotham a shop owner at the mall tries everything possible to get Jenny to draw his portrait He is slimy and creepy and weird and not very nice and the girls cannot seem to escape him There is definitely something he wants from them and he will stop at nothing to get it Tawny and Jenny are the keyThe PlayersTawny a typical twelve year old with a secretDinky Tawny s Great Dawn who thinks he is a lap dogJenny Tawny s very outspoken best friend she is also an excellent artistGunner Tawny s DIRTY dog whose only wish is to be cleanFitz a strange classmate of Tawny s and Jenny s that they sort of befriendZach Jenny s older brother who is always interrupting her portraitsSandy a beautiful girl Zach is in love with her family owns a pet salon and schoolBuster Sandy s old dog who is overly pamperedRenselear Higginbotham a strange and creepy man who owns a cats and dogs figurines shop in the mall he wants something from Tawny and JennyThe uote Dinky had pointed this out to me when I couldn t understand why my parents thought I didn t want a sibling He said we humans don t ask the important things right out We ask things sideways instead and then look for cluesThe Highs and Lows Jenny She is brutally honest and upfront and I appreciated that in a character so young She does not stand for anyone to bully her or treat her as inferior There were many times Jenny spoke up when Tawny remained silent She also does a lot of the talking when they get into situations Dinky He cracks me up Although he seemed tame in this installment there were still plenty of times when Dinky s sarcasm came right on out He was definitely some comedic relief He is also very wise and sees about his loved ones than he lets on Fitz Fitz is a weird and strange kid that most people at school try to ignore He is obsessed with the hobo lifestyle and living light Then he switches gears with his bragging rights about being wealthy rolling into school in a Hummer His other vehicle is a yatch Besides the whole hoborich thing Fitz is a pretty uiet kid that flies under the radarHigginbottom He was the perfect type of villain He was slimy and creepy and nauseous Of course I didn t like him but he played his role well He was also very evil At one point and then onward I would even say he was cruel Utterly cruelThe Take AwayThis is a crazy train Kibble eating kids dialectical dogs harping hobos adoptions creepy creepers death wishes and kidnapping There is so much going on that it hits the high notesRecommendation Buy Borrow or Skip Borrow it It s well worth the read and is entertaining and enjoyable