Dog Sense


The folowing Dog Sense review is written by Frederick Muller, a middle school librarian in New Jersey. He reads all of the books before he puts them on the shelf and reviews them at
Collard, Sneed B. God sense. Peachtree, 2005 [1-56145-351-x]
Guy is 13 when he and his mom move to Montana to move in with his Grandfather. Talk about culture shock.. Montana to California. Luke, a loner in school befriends Guy who eventually accepts his friendship. Meanwhile, the school bully, Brad is picking on them both, especially Luke. While Guy’s grandfather is a little forgetful and is hard to get along with sometimes, he has lived in this town his whole life and he reads Guy well… giving him some advice. The who battle between Guy and Brad finally comes down to a Frisbee contest where there dog catches the Frisbee. Can Guy win the contest? Will Brad stop bullying them? This 176 page book is a tale about a school bully, friendship, grandparents, and single parent families, all wrapped in one.. it is also a good read.

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