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Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy Paperback – December 7, 2014

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  • Age Range: 4 - 8 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool - 3
  • Series: Bash and Lucy (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 40 pages
  • Publisher: Canines and Kids Publishing; 1st edition (December 7, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0692332111
  • ISBN-13: 978-0692332115
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,673,285 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Lucy, an extraordinary canine, is a great soccer coach. She is also able to detect when humans need a bit of attention to succeed in what they do. She is noticed by a special needs child who wants her help so his team can win too.

Children reading this book will recognize the feelings of jealousy they sometimes get when they have to share their toys, room, clothes, and maybe even parents. It is not always an easy thing to deal with. This book allows those feelings but also shows children that sometimes, other children just need the things or in this case dog, that they have to feel better. The book acknowledges both sides of the issue and comes to a logical conclusion on how to deal with the feelings of jealousy.

I liked that the authors highlighted children who have different capabilities but still do the same things that other children do, like play soccer! I also liked how the showed the difference between a service dog verses a pet. Although, the book begged the question if Lucy could have been a service dog herself. Maybe in future books she will be?

I was not real fond of the illustrations. Even though they were done ok it seemed in watercolors, I found a few of them to be confusing and dark. I really did not like the one on page 24. In fact, it made no sense to me and the kids looked monster like.

In any case, I enjoyed this book for the most part and look forward to more in this series. 4 stars.

Disclosure: I was given a copy of the book for my open and honest opinion. The views expressed here are 100% my own and may differ from yours. ~Naila Moon
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I opened the first page and simply had to smile. The joy that dog Lucy's presence induces on Bash and his soccer team was very tangible in those first words and illustrations. Lucy isn't only a pet, she's Bash's soccer team's trainer...of sorts. This idea alone will draw kids in.

Firstly, I enjoyed seeing a book with soccer and loved the way this sport theme was worked in without being the main theme. This is something not seen often enough. With Lucy, the playful dog, added in, this book is sure to be a winner among boys. However, this book isn't about the fun of soccer or dogs, but rather has some very important messages.

Bash not only shows tinges of jealousy when he has to constantly share Lucy with his soccer team, but when another team asks for her help, it's more then Bash can handle. His emotions are understandable, and the illustrations bring his and the team's disappointment/anger across very vividly. Here, the author lightly touches upon the theme of kids with special needs. The problematic these kids have is weaved in as an undertone without taking over the main story line--a bit like a slight reminder.

The illustrations are colorful and bring across the feelings and emotions of the characters very well. The plot itself is simple and fitting for the intended age group. The wording itself is very simple and would work great as a read-a-loud for younger kids as well as a read-alone for those beginning readers.

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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"Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy"

This is one picture book that should be read by all children regardless of age and by their parents. I found the story of the lovable Dog Lucy and the charming boy Bash so endearing, sweet and emotional, tugging at my heart strings that I recommend it to everyone.

The crux of the story is about sharing and helping others; cheering and encouraging kids in similar situations. Sharing love is the simplest way of increasing love; it comes back to you more than double.

"Bash and Lucy Fetch Jealousy" is an heart warming tale of the love of a boy Bash for his adorable golden retriever Lucy. The dog plays with them, encourages them and is the favorite of all children and adults. The kids all love Lucy but Bash feels the jealous when he has so share her with other children. Lucy cheers and encourages all children to play better and coaches them with love.

How a group of special children are helped by Lucy and she shows everyone; the children as well as the adults that love and understanding go a long way in boosting morale and spirits of all children.

Sharing is good and the right thing to do for all. This picture book has a great, fun and simple language and does wonders of sharing its message in a way that makes you smile as you reach the last page.

Highly recommended read!!
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Book Two in the Bash and Lucy Picture Book series is a charming picture book for children in the early elementary grades. In this adventure, Lucy is the mascot of Bash’s soccer team; her support has helped lead them to the team championship. Lucy delights the crowd with her antics dressed in her baseball uniform and cap. But on the day of the championship, another team led by a boy named Tristan asks that they allow Lucy to guide their team to a win in the Special Olympics. Bash and his teammates are overcome with jealousy as they watch Lucy cheering and entertaining for another team. They become so desperate that they crawl around the ground acting like puppies in order to lure Lucy back to them.

Lucy is overjoyed to help her new friends and doesn’t have a problem sharing, but Bash and the team can’t seem to understand. Who will win Lucy’s loyalty? Is there a way that both teams can win?

The illustrations in this book are beautifully done in soft pastel colors, portraying the emotions of the characters well. I think that children will experience the deep emotions on both sides. This book can help parents and teachers guide children to understand their feelings of jealousy in a simple, forthright way. Recommended especially for children ages five through eight.
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