It doesn't get any cuter! This sequel to the New York Times bestseller Can I Be Your Dog? (which appeared on the TODAY show) has Arfy the dog trying to find a forever home for an abandoned kitten!
Lucky dog Arfy has a home. When he discovers a homeless kitten, Arfy hopes Scamper can come live with him, but--achoo!
--his person is allergic to cats! So, Arfy writes persuasive letters to prospective owners about what a great pet Scamper would make. But somehow these matches aren't made in heaven. If Scamper can't live with any of them, where will
he go? He needs a quiet home where he could make people as happy as they'll make him, full of laps, pats and purrs, and yarn balls....Arfy thinks he knows just the place!!
Another winning, heart-tugging story that's perfect for cat lovers, dog lovers, and pet adoption advocates. Troy Cummings writes a great read aloud, and the book showcases many styles of letters, making it appealing to parents and teachers looking to teach the lost art of written communication. Helpful tips in the backmatter inform children how they can help the plight of homeless animals.
Praise for Can I Be Your Dog?
: "It's an instant classic in our household." --#1 New York Times
bestselling author Sarah J. Maas
is the creator of the New York Times
bestseller Can I Be Your Dog?
and its companion picture book I Found A Kitty!
He has written and illustrated a bunch of other books, including The Eensy Weensy Spider Freaks Out! (Big-Time!)
, Little Red Gliding Hood
(written by Tara Lazar), Those Are Not My Underpants!
(written by Melissa Martin), and the chapter book series The Notebook of Doom. He lives in Greencastle, Indiana with his messy kids and neat cats. Check out more of Troy’s work at troycummings.net.
"Children will get a kick out of articulate Arfy’s thoughtfulness
in securing a place for Scamper and be satisfied with the kitten’s forever home.” —Booklist
epistolary tale of helpfulness.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Sure to keep adults laughing along with the kiddos
, and viewers will breathe a sigh of relief when Scamper at last finds his place at the local nursing home. A final note from Arfy and Scamper encourages viewers to support homeless animals.” —Bulletin