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Mad Dog McGraw is wonderfully written and illustrated. Our Grandchildren require that it be read several times in an evening

Mad Dog McGraw is wonderfully written and illustrated. Our Grandchildren require that it be read several times in an evening. In addition, there is a very good lesson for the children (and me!) regarding relationships with others.

Mad Dog McGraw (Viking Kestrel Picture Books)

Mad Dog McGraw is one mean dog. He growls at trucks. Mad Dog McGraw (Viking Kestrel Picture Books). 0399233083 (ISBN13: 9780399233081). Mad Dog McGraw is the meanest dog in the neighborhood, and the little boy who narrates this story hates him. He comes up with all kinds of schemes to get past the dog, but they all end the same way – with Mad Dog McGraw chasing him home. Then, after adopting a stray cat (called ‘Bait’), to distract Mad Dog McGraw, the boy notices something interesting – Mad Dog McGraw does not attack Bait.

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Informationen zum Titel Mad Dog McGraw von Myron Uhlberg aus der Reihe Viking Kestrel picture books [mit . The mean neighbourhood dog, Mad Dog McGraw, is always chasing the young hero of the book. But when introduced to a cat called Bait, Mad Dog is suddenly friendly.

Informationen zum Titel Mad Dog McGraw von Myron Uhlberg aus der Reihe Viking Kestrel picture books The mean neighbourhood dog, Mad Dog McGraw, is always chasing the young hero of the book. Finally the child works out that making friends is the answer and that Mad Dog might not be such a mean dog after all. book content. Animal stories (Children's/YA), Dogs

Published by Viking Press, MacMillan, US, 1933. Bibliographic Details.

Published by Viking Press, MacMillan, US, 1933. Condition: Fair Hardcover. Publisher: Viking Press, MacMillan, US. Publication Date: 1933.

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roternow
I agree with my children that this book is simply adorable! My four-year-old thinks the main character has some "great ideas" in dealing with his dilemma while my two-year-old wants his own mad dog! It is a very funny book and the goofy illustrations add to the humor. In addition, there is a very good lesson for the children (and me!) regarding relationships with others.
Nkeiy
We got this book from the library and I would never buy it, but I am writing this review to warn other parents. The dog in this story is vicious and actively chases the little boy "with teeth snapping." The happy ending? The boy approaches the dog with a treat and lo and behold, it's a nice dog after all!

Read the news - how many children have been maimed or killed by out of control dogs? I am a loving dog owner, but I teach my small children to NEVER approach a dog in public. I only let them go near strange dogs if I have personally checked them out, and I am right next to them.

Children are especially vulnerable to attacks by dogs since their faces and throats are down at the dog's height. Imagine a loose, untrained 100-pound Rottweiler near one of the small children of those other blissful reviewers - this book teaches the child to approach the dog... it just wants love, and all the barking and snapping is just a front!

For an author to write a book like this is inconceivable to me. If you want to teach a gentle lesson about gruff exteriors hiding someone who really just wants love, use another person or another kind of animal, but not a vicious dog that can kill a child.
Vivados
Mad Dog McGraw is wonderfully written and illustrated. Our Grandchildren require that it be read several times in an evening. The message contained in the book is not lost on a three year old who is enthralled with the change in the main character as well as the little boy. She has come to understand it and relates it to things which come up in her daily life.
Froststalker
Myron Uhlberg writes a book which may help the very young who may be afraid of dogs who seem big and mostly teeth. I was one of those kids more than 50 years ago. Told in easy to understand language with wonderful illustrations by Lydia Monks.
Rigiot
This is one funny story and yet sentimental at the same time. Mad Dog McGraw seems to be living up to his name, pretty frightening to the kid down the block. No matter how he tries to avoid Mad Dog, he seems to be everywhere. Mom comes to the rescue with a great idea to help the 2 of them "live happily ever after". The pictures portray Mad Dog in exactly the right light! But you can't help loving a dog like that when you see him smile.
Gardagar
We checked this book out from the library and we now have to buy it because it became one of our 20 month old sons favorite books. He loves looking at the wonderful illustrations as I read the story to him.