Reviewed by Anna B. (age 8)
This is a book that makes people feel awseome! Pick of the Litter has amazing descriptions like the words flipping and flopping to describe Tom's stomach. Another description I liked was "My eyes were tight and hot." I pictured Tom's eyes showing a deep glare when I was reading this. The text in my book caused a movie in my head to play. Movement descriptions of the characters bodies' makes you imagine that the movement is happening to your self. When I read the book in the beginning the descriptions made you feel like the text was turning into a picture. I felt like I could relate to the main character in this story. Tom always has to give things up in this story. For example Tom had to give up Tad. I gave up my dancing to my skating. The ending made me feel proud of Tom .What made me feel proud of Tom was how he made a lifetime risk. As one can see Pick of the Litter is a major hit for text causing a movie in your head, making character connections, and giving awseome descriptions.
I recommend this book to people who love dogs. When Tom met Tad a rare blue eyed pointer I immediately fell in love with Tad. I just fell like I've never seen a dog. I also recommend this book because it has a great logo. The logo is "Sometimes the hardest thing to do is the hardest of all." You will think this book is a major dog hit, so don't just sit there go get Pick of the Litter an stop watching TV! You won't regret it!