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The Dog Who Loved the Good Life

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What do you do when you're a dog who thinks he's really a person?

Mr. Hibble has a new dog. His name is Jake. Jake is not like other dogs: he likes to eat dinner at the table. He always remembers to brush his teeth. And he just loves to watch cartoons. Though Mr. Hibble finds this behavior a little odd, he hopes that he can train Jake to act the way a real dog should.

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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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Brooke Leone
Feb 28, 2015 Brooke Leone rated it liked it
The Dog Who Loved the Good Life tells the story of a dog named Jake who didn't act like a dog at all. Jake liked to eat human food at the table, and he brushed his teeth and drove a car and slept in a human bed. His owner, Mr. HIbble did not like the fact that Jake acted like a human. Mr. Hibble was very unhappy with Jake always acting out, so he gave Jake to his niece Sara, who loved always having someone to play with.
I like the story of this book because the main character has a problem and t
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Ali
Nov 29, 2010 Ali rated it did not like it
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I did not like this book very much. It was about a dog that was very spoiled and was not nice to his owner. He would use this owners car and toothbrush and would even wear his clothes. In the end, the owner gives the dog away to a girl who needed a friend and the little girl loved pampering the dog.
Mary
This is the story of a dog who just wanted to be like a person. It drives his owner crazy, until his owner decides to give Jake, the dog, to his neighbor. From that day on, everyone is happy...or almost happy. This is a silly book good for upper ECE or lower elementary level readers.
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Angela Record
This book is cute to read to children to engage them in reading. The pictures are cute!
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Feb 21, 2015 Andrea rated it liked it
I loved the spunky dog but I didn't like the owner and what he did.
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For the past twelve years, Bryan Langdo has been immersed in the world of children's literature as an author, an illustrator, and an editor. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children.
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