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Waggit Again (Waggit #2)

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Abandoned . . . again!

Waggit misses the team of dogs who live in Central Park—his real family. He should have listened to them and never trusted the human. Now she's brought him to a faraway place and left him there.

But Waggit is determined to find his way back home and nothing is going to stop him . . . not chains, not cruel enemies, not anything. When Waggit comes face-t
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Hardcover, 304 pages
Published April 28th 2009 by HarperCollins (first published April 17th 2009)
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Chelsea
May 28, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2-star
I know I said I wasn’t going to be doing full reviews for the final two books, but since this one did improve in some aspects I will be going into a bit more detail than planned for this review.

I’m honestly not sure why this series was continued; one of the only things I did like about the first one is that it wrapped up well and had a conclusive ending. A sequel was not necessary.

I’m glad to say do think the writing slightly improved.
It still isn’t very good, but I can see that it has become s
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Lillian
Jul 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
I think that Waggit Again was a good book. It was better than the first one and also very different. The only thing was that there were some predictable events and there were some repeated ideas from the first book, but the book was still very good. It was a nice story about friendship and trust. In the beginning Waggit gets abandoned far away from his home in New York City and then meets a nice lady who helps him find his way back to the park. He is surprised at a lot of things that have change ...more
John Parker
Dec 09, 2008 rated it really liked it
Waggitt Again is another frolicking tale that extends the trail of success established by Waggitt’s Tale. Peter Howe has managed to craft another story that will entice its readers, but it took him most of the book to make that case.

Readers expecting another tale from the perspective of the dog will not be disappointed. The introduction of several Uprights (humans) as major characters in this edition takes an unexpected turn from the first work. Nevertheless, Howe ventures into territory seldom
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Becky
Feb 13, 2009 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 999-challenge
I really enjoyed this book! More than I thought that I would! At first I tried to read this aloud to my kids who are 6 and 2. We tried for a couple of nights with me reading aloud. The lack of pictures, I think, is what lost them. They are just a little young for this length of a book, but it's one that I'm planning to save for them. So, I went ahead and finished the book myself. Right from the start, I loved Howe's usage of certain words that the dogs used to describe certain things. For instan ...more
George Mansfield
May 21, 2012 rated it liked it
This book is quite long (300 pages!) and I was afraid I would lose interest in Waggit, but it turns out, I really did. Waggit is really like most other dogs, except that he's very afraid of his home and has the attention span of a nitrogen dioxide molecule. Sure, he meets lots of other dogs, many of which I find much richer in character, but their names are not on the cover. No, this is the Waggit show, and any decent editor would have pointed this out those flaws. I did not read the original, s ...more
Mary
Feb 13, 2009 rated it liked it
Shelves: children-youth
Reviewed for HarperCollins Children's Books...

This book just didn't grab me. First of all having dogs talking to each other is hard to get used to. It was disconcerting to have the dogs call squirrels: curlytails, humans: uprights, and cars: rollers and then in another conversation discuss the feelings and emotional problems of other dogs in direct human words. The story was ok with the kind woman, interaction among the dogs, and wanting to get home. I feel there was a lack of consistency in the
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Faith
Mar 07, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Dog Lovers
Waggit has been abandoned on a farm. He fought with a farm dog and ended up chained up. Every night, he walks back and forth with the rusty, old chain scraping against a rock. He finally breaks free and runs far a away and finds an unusual Upright. They decide to go to Waggit's old home. To the team in central park.

Reasons why I like this book-

Reason 1- The book has many dogs!

Reason 2- I couldn't stop reading.

Reason 3- I could imagine what was happening.

Reason 4- It put a smile on my face.
Lynda
Abandoned again, Waggit makes his way back to central park with two other "friends" in tow. There's a little bit of magic thrown into this story, but it was just as satisfying as the first.
I still love a good dog story! Which is good because I think there will be more to come.
Lara
Aug 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
beautiful, full of very nice explaitive words and i loved it. i have read all threee of them and it is a nice follow up of the first waggit. touching and a very good read. i would , of course, reccomend it to children.
Sydney Striegel
Jun 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
Another one of the Waggit books!
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