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The Hallo-wiener Unknown Binding – 2009
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The story is a nice one. This paperboy embodies both responsibility and thoughtful introspection - at the end you really get the sense that the boy is a big dreamer with the right values to embark on an exceptional life.
I really love this book and the missing star is because of just one small issue with this printing (paperback): the text on some pages is too dark for the background - I think they could have improved the contrast in the printing.
But do grab this if you have a young child - you won't regret it.
My granddaughter has loved this book since she was only three years old although older kids will love it, too, just as she still does. She delights in all the troubles Oscar, the Wiener Dog, has to deal with on that very special day: Halloween. Oscar plans a scary costume but when his mom has worked hard to create a costume of a hotdog bun complete with mustard, he wears it to please her. In the end, the costume helps Oscar to save the day when all his doggy friends are scared by an evil, hissing monster and they jump into a pond to escape from it.
Ashleigh can listen to this book over and over and over --- and because of Pilkey's delightful language and delicious puns, this book never gets old for grandma either.
This story is just funny from beginning to end. I love the little details: did anyone notice the mailbox in front of Oscar's house? They are the Myers! The cocker spaniel is supposed to be Merlin, but his costume makes him look like a Supreme Court Justice! How about the book that the teacher is reading? "Dogs who Hate Fleas (and the Fleas who Love Them)"!!! The typeset on the inside cover spells Hallo-Wiener with hotdogs!!! This book is precious from cover to cover.
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But NB: the hard copy is not a hard cover, but rather a child's board book.