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by Dan Yaccarino
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  • Author:
    Dan Yaccarino
  • ISBN:
    0439756227
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439756228
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  • Publisher:
    Scholastic; 1st edition (2002)
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  • FB2 format
    1321 kb
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    1295 kb
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    1235 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
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    907
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Dan Yaccarino has illustrated many books for children, including Bam Bam Bam by Eve Merriam and Little White . Even if you don't own a pug this book is great for kids. Unloveable is the most lovable pug ever

Dan Yaccarino has illustrated many books for children, including Bam Bam Bam by Eve Merriam and Little White Dog by Laura Godwin. He is also the author of the Blast Off Boy and Blark series. He lives with his family in New York City. Unloveable is the most lovable pug ever. Darling story! Can't wait to read this to my granddaughter.

Dan Yaccarino (born May 20, 1965) is an American author, illustrator and television producer known for his animated television series, children’s books and award-winning imagery. Growing up in his home in Clifton, NJ, Yaccarino was influenced by a combination of advertising, package design, comic books, vintage animation, toys and old films. I’m not really inspired by other children’s book authors and illustrators, Yaccarino was quoted in saying. But rather people from other fields.

Will he find Alfred unlovable too? Dan Yaccarino has created a charming story about a little pug who learns the true meaning of friendship.

Alfred and Rex talked for hours  . Will he find Alfred unlovable too? Dan Yaccarino has created a charming story about a little pug who learns the true meaning of friendship.

by. Yaccarino, Dan. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). Pug, Dogs, Self-perception, Friendship. New York : Scholastic. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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Alfred the pug dog thinks he's unlovable. Other dogs make fun of his tiny legs and funny face. The cat and the parrot and even the goldfish tease him.

A high-tech robot boy enjoys a day of low-tech fun on the farm. Doug and his parents are off to visit the grandbots. A terrific companion to Dan Yaccarino's first book of low-tech learning, Doug Unplugged.

Dan Yaccarino has illustrated many books for children, including Bam Bam Bam by Eve Merriam and Little White Dog by Laura Godwin.

Alfred the pug dog thinks he's unlovable. Other dogs make fun of his tiny legs and funny face. The cat and the parrot and even the goldfish tease him. Then a new dog, Rex, moves in next door. Because Alfred wants a friend so badly, he tells Rex a little fib about himself. But what will happen when Rex learns the truth? Will he find Alfred unlovable too? Dan Yaccarino has created a charming story about a little pug who learns the true meaning of friendship.

Butius
My daughter is absolutely obsessed with this book. I had to make a rule that she had to stop getting it from library at school as her one book for the week. I was beyond excited to find the out of print hard cover edition signed by the author no less. She was so excited when we gave it to her on Christmas morning!
Xisyaco
I bought this book for my mom, she used to read it to me a lot as a kid and somehow we lost it years ago so I ordered a new one. The book came in perfect condition and I have no complaints!
Fordrekelv
Not only is it a nice little story -- it's also a good (but subtle) place for parents to talk to their kids about lying. The little pug says he's a different kind of dog (thru the fence) because he thinks he'll "impress" the other dog (anthropomorphic but this IS a kid's story) and then he finds out that the other dog IS a pug. But I liked how it conveyed the little dogs worry because he was 'different' - kids feel that way a LOT. Easy pictures and a really good jumping-off point for discussion with little ones.
one life
I bought this as a gift for my friends baby shower. My children love this sweet story and my friend has pugs, so I knew she would love it too. The pictures are adorable and the story is just precious, with a great message...be yourself! It was a hit at the shower. I highly recommend this story book.
Soustil
Very cute book! Great overall theme of acceptance and inclusion. The quirky illustration were a hit with my kids.
Opimath
Bought this for a 7 year old girl. 8yo sister grabbed it and read it first, remarking how adorable the pictures were and how sweet the story line was. The tale mirrors real life and how cruel others can be, but in the end the ostracized pup triumphs. This "moral of the story" book is worth a read by children who are bullies or victims or really anyone. It's a heartwarming and cute story. I liked it and I'm well beyond 8 yo.
THOMAS
Quirky and endearing. This book helps children deal with the feeling of being an outsider- a feeling everyone is certain to experience at one time or another. The underlying message is to be accept oneself and there will be others who will like you for who you are.
Such a cute story with a good message. As a pug lover the story is very funny.