Freddi the Dog, By Lisa and Randy Herman, Illustrated by Bruce Hammond, is a charming story with quirky graphics that tells the story of a very adventurous, and apparently hungry, dog named Freddi.
Freddi, who is a real dog, decides that nearly everything in the house reminds him of his favorite foods and therefor has himself a variable holiday buffet ranging from belts to hats. Apparently his tiny little naughty bone occasionally makes him run a muck in the home… I know someone kind of like that *cough* Ty *cough*.
When all is said and done he is one sick puppy and must go to the vet! Eventually Freddi learns that he can simply not going around eating everything, which is a lesson that my toddler needs to learn as well. Although, my son doesn’t necessarily eat everything, he puts just about everything in his mouth. So Freddi has a friend in common.
My son enjoys the colorful pictures and language in the book. My husband and I have read it to him several times and he even took it to grandpas house!
About the Authors:
Lisa and Randy met 3 years ago and were married on August 8, 2009. Lisa has lived in California for 14 years but she was born in England. Randy has lived in California his entire life. They live in Corona, California and are currently working on Freddi’s next adventure.
Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of Freddi the Dog to review free of charge. I was not asked to give a positive or negative review. The opinions on this posts are my own.
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