Martha Speaks: Martha Says It with Flowers
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Martha Speaks: Martha Says It with Flowers (Martha Speaks Readers)

3.21 of 5 stars 3.21  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Martha always seems to do the wrong thing around Grandma Lucille, like saying the wrong thing at the wrong time or treading on her favorite hat! To prove that she really is a considerate dog, Martha decides to find something extra special for Grandma's birthday. But choosing the right gift for a human is a lot harder than it looks, especially when Martha's idea of the perf...more
ebook, 28 pages
Published January 18th 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH)
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Nielson
Martha, the talking dog, wants to do something to make up for the fact that she ruined grandma Lucille's favorite hat. Luckily, grandma's birthday is coming up so Martha decides to get grandma a present...the trouble is finding the right one! After going through a muddy birthday card, a half-eaten apple with a worm in it, and bacon, Martha is just about ready to give up on finding the perfect present. Then she realizes what the perfect present would be...flowers! Everything is ready for the big...more
Dolly
May 28, 2011 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
Another silly adventure with Martha the talking dog. We enjoyed the first book, Martha Speaks by Susan Meddaugh and we've seen the show on PBS Kids. What makes this story fun is that children can sympathize with the poor dog's obvious misunderstanding and the unintentional consequences to her actions. The illustrations are fun and of course, the story ends happily.
Eva Leger
This is another character that neither of us have ever really taken a liking to. Julia has played the Martha game on-line a few times but I think this is the first book we've read, if not then it's only the second.
For some reason Martha fails to resonate with either of us and this is so extreme that I don't even feel like rehashing the book for a review. I wonder why neither of us like Martha? She seems likable enough.....
Eve
Martha, the semi-anthropomorphic dog, acts like a dog and then tries to atone for a screwup like a little kid would—and after all seems lost, her efforts are for the best. A cute story kids will relate to and learn from (if you make a mistake, try to make it better), and it goes beyond the usual Martha backstory of the alphabet soup. Four stars.
Tina
martha the talking dog, pbs
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Susan Meddaugh was born and raised in Montclair, New Jersey. She graduated from Wheaton College, where she studied French literature and fine arts. After working briefly with an advertising agency in New York, she moved to Boston and worked at a publishing company for ten years, first as a designer, then art editor, and finally as art director. While there, she did the illustrations for GOOD STONE...more
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