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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf

    Keiko Kasza

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Feb. 19, 2009)
    Moka is a good dog. But when Michelle, his little girl, reads him a book about wolves, being a good dog suddenly seems awfully boring. Wolves get to run around doing whatever they want. No one ever makes a wolf dress up for a tea party. So Moka decides to run away to the wild. But what will happen when the real wolves show up?
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf

    Keiko Kasza

    eBook (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, Sept. 6, 2005)
    Moka is a good dog. But when Michelle, his little girl, reads him a book about wolves, being a good dog suddenly seems awfully boring. Wolves get to run around doing whatever they want. No one ever makes a wolf dress up for a tea party.So Moka decides to run away to the wild. But what will happen when the real wolves show up?For any kid who's tired of being good, Moka's antics will be a vicarious treat.
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf

    Keiko Kasza

    Hardcover (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, Sept. 8, 2005)
    Moka is a good dog. But when Michelle, his little girl, reads him a book about wolves, being a good dog suddenly seems awfully boring. Wolves get to run around doing whatever they want. No one ever makes a wolf dress up for a tea party.So Moka decides to run away to the wild. But what will happen when the real wolves show up?For any kid who's tired of being good, Moka's antics will be a vicarious treat.
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf

    Keiko Kasza, Lisa McCue

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2005)
    Just as a white dog with black spots named Harry (as in Harry the Dirty Dog) once ran away from home for a more exciting life, so does Moka, a white dog with brown spots. When Moka's owner, Michelle, reads aloud from a book about wolves, Moka compares his tame existence to theirs and leaves to try a more wolflike life. With an effective variety of page layouts, the expressive pen-and-watercolor pictures show him dashing off on his adventures, where he jumped and danced and "peed wherever he wanted." But finding food is difficult, and his final goal, to howl like a wolf, proves scary, indeed, as reflected in the large, dark sky that dwarfs the little dog. Thanks to excellent pacing, children will get caught up in the childlike Moka's emotions: the pleasure of being free, the loneliness of night, and the exuberant reunion with Michelle, captured in a large, light-filled close-up. A final twist provides the perfect end to this appealing tale that will lend itself to storytime or one-on-one reading.
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf

    Keiko Kasza

    Library Binding
    Moka is a good dog. But when Michelle, his little girl, reads him a book about wolves, being a good dog suddenly seems awfully boring.Wolves get to run around doing whatever they want. No one ever makes a wolf dress up for a tea party. So Moka decides to run away to the wild. But what will happen when the real wolves show up? For any kid who’s tired of being good, Moka’s antics will be a vicarious treat.
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf

    Keiko Kasza

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Sept. 8, 2005)
    Moka is a good dog. But when Michelle, his little girl, reads him a book about wolves, being a good dog suddenly seems awfully boring.Wolves get to run around doing whatever they want. No one ever makes a wolf dress up for a tea party. So Moka decides to run away to the wild. But what will happen when the real wolves show up? For any kid who’s tired of being good, Moka’s antics will be a vicarious treat.
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf

    Keiko Kasza

    Paperback (Scholastic, Inc., Aug. 16, 2005)
    Children's picture and story book of a little dog who goes exploring, finds himself lost in the woods and his howling is returned!
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf by Keiko Kasza

    Keiko Kasza

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Aug. 16, 1656)
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  • The Dog Who Cried Wolf by Keiko Kasza

    Keiko Kasza

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Aug. 16, 1705)
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