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Mandy: The Alpha Dog: The Chronicles of the K-9 Boys and Girls on Locus Street

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Mandy: The Alpha Dog features Mandy, the smallest Beagle, and Shadow, the youngest and only non-rescue dog in the pack. Mandy tells the story of her beginning and her overcoming the obstacles of her plight. Shadow the Dalmatian hangs out, and offers comic relief
Paperback, 40 pages
Published April 20th 2009 by America Star Books
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Carol Wills
Review of Mandy the Alpha Dog & the K9 boys by Paula Shene.

This is a beautiful story, sad in places because Mandy tells of the unkind treatment she suffered at the hands of ignorant and abusive owners. However, the writer strikes just the right note to keep it a fun read for children of any age.

All children should read this book, so they understand how to look after their pets with care and love. It’s an entertaining read for every child with lessons to take forward in their life on looking
Aravon Forrest
I'm always looking for a book to read to my grandchildren. This little story kept their interest. The main character was fuzzy, wise and funny. It had a slight moral and was written in an easily understandable language. Entertaining. You know it is good when the kids ask to hear it again.
Scott Cox
Shelfari and Facebook-friend Paula Shene designed (illustrations done by her son, Prescott Shene) this endearing book to aid animal rescue societies who "find homes sooner or later rather than 'putting down' the 'unwanted.'" The story-line is simple: you bite, you go to doggie-jail e.g. the Pound - - the place with the "One-way Door." I loved the doggie-dialogue, best exemplified by the response by Mandy-dog to his doggie-pal Shadow's pronouncement: "That's wrong, Mandy. You can get put down for ...more
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I read this story to my son and we both really enjoyed it. It was a fun read that made us laugh out loud. I definitely recommend it.
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