Writing a letter to every house and establishment on Butternut Street, our canine hero presents all of his good qualities, only to be met with rejection at every turn. Honestly, he's the best dog you could ever want. by Irene Latham, Charles Waters, Selina Alko, and Sean Qualls. Start by marking “Can I Be Your Dog?” as Want to Read: Welcome back. Episode. Kids will love it. He's obedient! Here's a list of 53 foods and whether or not your dog can eat them. March 13th 2018 Bound and determined to find a home, Arfy writes letters to everyone on Butternut Street. Who will adopt Arfy in the end? Every month our team sort...Epistolary style picture book about a homeless dog trying to find a home for himself. I definitely enjoyed it--and shout-out to my son who predicted how it would end!Okay, so this is adorable.
Grade; PK-2; Genre; ... Can I Touch Your Hair? too. 4th August 2020. by I really enjoyed this book.
<3Well, this was absolutely DARLING! He even has his own squeaky bone! Do you think anybody will open their heart and their home to this sweet mutt? The deeply felt all-is-lost moment paves the way for a powerfully gratifying triumph at the end.This book is very, very sweet. The talented dog is shown holding a pencil in his mouth to write his first letter, which is delivered by a brown-skinned, female mail carrier with straight black hair. A large format and bold, exuberant illustrations are well-matched with Arfy’s enthusiastic personality and can-do attitude. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Some people fall in love. Persuasive writing by a persistently pleasing pooch. If your dog gets lost, a current license is the fastest way to get him back. The letter format makes this a fine choice for early-elementary students learning to compose letters. And b) TWIST HAPPY ENDING!
A loving home. Can I be Your Dog? Arfy writes to each house or business on his street, but everyone turns the dog down for a different reason. Bound and determined to find a home, Arfy writes letters to everyone on Butternut Street.
The book will work well for children learning to write letters who need a great model like Arfy to follow.