Two Dogs in a Trench Coat Enter Stage Left (Two Dogs in a Trench Coat #4) (4)

September 15, 2019 - Comment

Sassy and Waldo are good dogs in the spotlight when their class puts on a school play!Sassy and Waldo love to have fun! Like when they put on their trench coat and everyone think they’re a student named Salty. Stewart knows the truth though. He is their best boy. Their whole class is doing a

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Sassy and Waldo are good dogs in the spotlight when their class puts on a school play!

Sassy and Waldo love to have fun!

Like when they put on their trench coat and everyone think they’re a student named Salty.

Stewart knows the truth though. He is their best boy.

Their whole class is doing a school play.

Play? Dogs love to play!

But now Stewart is acting like a different person. An evil person.

Sassy and Waldo need to get their boy back!

Even if it means doing that other kind of play.

Comments

Anonymous says:

This book made me laugh out loud I received the first book in this series, Two Dogs in a Trench Coat Go to School, as part of the Amazon Vine program. This one I pre-ordered as soon as it was available. These books are an absolute joy to read. Waldo and Sassy are great characters and their alter ego, Salty, is hilarious.I loved the Junior Office Supply Enthusiast Club and how they talked about pencils and highlighters and that Stewart’s parents were so into that stuff. Cracked me up. I cannot see how anyone could…

Anonymous says:

Grandson’s Loved It! Though not as great as the first book, it’s entertaining! Imagining dogs from Liver, Ohio could fool school staff and attend school with their boy is hilarious. We laughed a lot, and I always stopped reading and let them say “LIVER, OHIO” when the dogs said where they were from.

Anonymous says:

Got a reluctant reader? Look no further… How could the second book in this serious PAWsibly be better than the first!? Well maybe not better but DEFINITELY equally hilarious and fun to read for reluctant readers and readers all around. Get this series for your middle-grade readers and listen for the laughter to ensue.

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