[Epub] Fenway and Hattie By Victoria J. Coe – Writerscompany.co.uk

Fenway and Hattie This Lovable New Series Introduces A Little Dog With A GIANT Personality Fenway Is An Excitable And Endlessly Energetic Jack Russell Terrier He Lives In The City With Food Lady, Fetch Man, And Of Course His Beloved Short Human And Best Friend In The World, HattieBut When His Family Moves To The Suburbs, Fenway Faces A World Of Changes He S Pretty Pleased With The Huge Dog Park Behind His New Home, But He S Not So Happy About The Evil Squirrels That Taunt Him From The Trees, The Super Slippery Wicked Floor In The Eating Room, And The Changes That Have Come Over Hattie Lately Rather Than Playing With Fenway, She Seems Interested In Her New Short Human Friend And Learning To Play Baseball His Friends In The Dog Park Next Door Say Hattie Is Outgrowing Him, But That Can T Be Right And He S Going To Prove It Get A Dog S Eye View Of The World In This Heartwarming, Enthusiastic Tail About Two Best Friends A Fun, Fresh Frolic That Animal Loving Kids Are Sure To Enjoy Publishers WeeklyReaders Will Relate To Fenway S Impulsivity And Delight In Descriptions From His Dog S Eye View Teachers And Adults Will Appreciate Generous Sprinklings Of Rich Vocabulary School Library Journal

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10 thoughts on “Fenway and Hattie

  1. says:

    I received an ARF sorry, ARC of Fenway and Hattie in exchange for an honest review.I ll be honest I didn t read this My human read it to me He came into the sit down and eat pizza room one day and said, LeeLoo, come here I haveblah, blah, nothing about food, blah, blah But the thing he was holding had a picture of my cousin on it so I jumped up on the couch to see what it was.It smelled weird But that s okay because appare

  2. says:

    FENWAY AND HATTIE is one of those books I wish I could have read as a kid My family has always had dogs, and we love to give them voices, and Coe has captured the dog voice perfectly Fenway is the perfect devious little dog, so sure in his worldview that when his family moves and he has to adjust to his new life, his misunderstandings are as hilarious as they are puppy dog eyes pitiful It was a joy to spend time inside his perspec

  3. says:

    I read this adorable book over Thanksgiving and there is nothing, nothing NOTHINGwonderful than reading a great MG book on a long family weekend I m so serious I know the holidays are hard for some I wish anyone going through a rough time had FENWAY to protect them cheer them up.FENWAY AND HATTIE is such a joy The greatest thing about this book is that it s very funny in a really heartfelt way The voice the book is written in First Person

  4. says:

    I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this book Ever wonder what on earth was going through your dog s head This is the book for you The hyperactive voice of a young terrier with strong opinions and fierce loyalties who speaks for himself Look out squirrels, this 2016 middle grade book will be a favorite among dog lovers of all ages I can t wait for the audiobook Woof

  5. says:

    This book is beyond adorable So voice y and funny I laughed and absolutely fell in love with this very determined dog And whispers I am not really a dog person.

  6. says:

    I was fortunate to read an advance copy of FENWAY AND HATTIE by Victoria J Coe, an all around adorable tale of Fenway the dog and his small human, Hattie The book, told from Fenway s perspective, tells the story of the family s move from the city to the suburbs This was an immersive read and entirely transporting inside a dog s head I was genuinely amazed how well the author captured the experience of a dog, from the short attention span, the physical signs of g

  7. says:

    After wrestling the ARC away from my dog who saw Fenway on the cover and immediately decided they d be BFFs , I devoured this book from beginning to end in a matter of hours I only stopped once to grab a treat, which I m sure the main characters would heartily approve of This was such a sweet, funny, compelling story about a dog, Fenway, and his short human , Hattie Though the story is told from Fenway s hilarious point of view, the reader gets a strong sense of Hattie

  8. says:

    TRUE CONFESSION I am not a dog person I am a cat person.But this book is so ridiculously adorable and funny I might be rethinking my entire life s philosophy Fenway is the sweetest, bravest, most charming little canine protector a small human could have, and Hattie is a wonderful little girl just trying to grow up and adjust to changes in her life, and squirrels are, in fact, 100% pure evil I laughed out loud several times and awwwwwww d out loud several timesI won t ever be ab

  9. says:

    It can be hard to find light yet heartfelt books for younger readers, but FENWAY AND HATTIE is exactly that kind of book This is the story of a dog and his Small Human, told from Fenway the dog s point of view In short, Fenway is a riot His voice will capture your young reader and invite them to view their everyday world in a whole new way I found myself laughing out loud again and again as Fenway showed me that life from a dog s view is very different indeed Highly recommend for reade

  10. says:

    What a great, fun read As a dog owner myself, I laughed out several times at the oh so accurate descriptions of dog thoughts and behavior as Fenway grapples with the harsh reality of his family s move to the suburbs Absolutely enjoyable, with some life lessons for young readers to boot I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

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