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What do you think about a children's book about a dog that has a good heart, but at the same time causes a lot of mischief, takes food that might not exactly belong to him and has a slight gas problem? He also has a partner in crime "girlfriend." The book is meant to teach kids how to responsibly care for their dog while making them laugh at the same time. 30 colorful illustrations, 2,600 words 64pages and hardcover. Written in rhyme format. Farting and stealing a bratwurst is the naughtiest things he does in the story. Is this a book you would allow your children to read? What's your thoughts?
 

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Sure. That sounds cute. As long as the solution to the bratwurst problem is dealt with gently and positively, I think it sounds cute.
 

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Sounds good. I think you could find similar books in Barnes & Nobles. I recommend a good story with snippets of dog advice - kind of like James Herriot for kids - to attract a larger readership. Local reference librarian could also point similar children's books.
 
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