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A great read for kids: Dognapped by David J. Robertson

There are a few stories which are exceptionally awesome and you want to read them again and again and “Dognapped” is a similar kind of a book.

This story features dog Misty and her three friends who are accidently found guilty of dognapping Ashley, a puppy. If I talk in terms of luck and co-incidence then that day was unlucky for Misty and his squad because whatever happened was a sheer co-incidence that got them into deep trouble.

The four dog friends were out to relax and enjoy their holiday and decided to take a boat trip. But the trouble was their destiny, as during their boat trip they found a cute little puppy “Ashley” hiding in their vessel. So, all four decided to get back to the shore to help out Ashley but got trapped in hot water. When they discovered that Ashley was missing and dognapped through a radio transmission they feel like pirates.

The dogs’ squad are in serious trouble when they encounter two great fusses. First, how to get back to the shore safely and second how to prove themselves innocent?

Dognapped is a perceptively inscribed story for children aged 7-9 with a right mix of humor and adventures. Surely, kids would love to read and discover about nosy dogs who are fairly smart and interesting characters in actual. 

I got this book for my little one, and we both were honestly impressed by the artistic illustrations and loved reading it.

The story not only features humor and adventures, but also keeps the kids occupied in guessing the next happening, which is usually an unexpected twist each time! 

The best part of the illustration is that reader remains hooked to it till the last word. The great characters in the most amusing and audacious scenes makes it a great book of times.

I would certainly recommend Dognapped to all little readers because this it will make them laugh, giggle and enjoy massively. Alongside, it will also enhance their imaginations progressively. 

The writer David J. Robertson has sensibly conveyed a great message and lesson to the kids about values through this fictitious piece of writing.

The plot of the story is distinct and exclusively based on mystery. The most praiseworthy aspect of Dognapped is that the writer had introduced animals as sensible characters who can perform mysterious tasks and flare up kids’ curiosity to great levels.

The book is easy-to-read and understand so that the kids can enjoy reading it.

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