Milo Is Not a Dog Today



➱ [Read] ➬ Milo Is Not a Dog Today By Kerstin Schoene ➼ – E17streets4all.co.uk Milo loves to pretend He goes on a journey looking for someone who understands his creative imagination But the other animals only like to play with their own kind When Milo pretends to be like them, Milo loves to pretend He goes on Not a MOBI ☆ a journey looking for someone who understands his creative imagination But the other animals only like to play with their own kind When Milo pretends to be like them, they just laugh Eventually he meets Cleo who also loves to pretend Milo and Cleo become fast friends.Milo Is Not a Dog Today

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Milo Is Not a Dog Today
  • Kerstin Schoene
  • 15 April 2018
  • 080754793X

10 thoughts on “Milo Is Not a Dog Today

  1. says:

    I m a youth librarian, and I first chose this book for a story time because the pictures are just so dang adorable, but the story is also very sweet, and fit in well with other books about acceptance and being yourself.Milo is a dog who loves to play, and when some other animals refuse to play with him because he is different, he gets creative, but then he finally finds a friend who accepts him and can be his friend no matter what they both decide to be.

  2. says:

    This is just the cutest book ever And Milo never looks sad or disappointed, which my empathetic, emotional self loves.

  3. says:

    A great book to teach friendship with people who are different but yet also those with things in common Funny pictures

  4. says:

    A delightful little story with very cute artwork

  5. says:

    My students love Milo They always request this book It s so cute seeing Milo dress up in this fun lovin story about friendship.

  6. says:

    We had to go to the doctor today Of course I forgot a couple of cars or dinosaurs so my son could play with while waiting on doctor Luckily, the pediatrician s office had gotten new books since we were there last This was one of the books I was asked to read to him This was a very sweet book and it held his attention to the end.

  7. says:

    Milo reminds me of many youngsters who love to pretend to be someone else The brightly colored illustrations show this adorable dog to be a bit goofy as well as imaginative Since he s looking for a friend, he tries to emulate a rooster, a sheep, and a frog, among others But none of them will agree to play with him Poor Milo keeps on searching until he finds his soul mate in Cleo, another dog that loves playing pretend Originally published in Germany, this picture book will appeal to animal Milo reminds me of many youngsters who love to pretend to be someone else The brightly colored illustrations show this adorable dog to be a bit goofy as well as imaginative Since he s looking for a friend, he tries to emulate a rooster, a sheep, and a frog, among others But none of them will agree to play with him Poor Milo keeps on searching until he finds his soul mate in Cleo, another dog that loves playing pretend Originally published in Germany, this picture book will appeal to animal lovers and anyone with a sense of imagination and a spot for humor

  8. says:

    Milo is the mild mannered canine sweetie who unlike most dogs LOVES to dress up, and he pretends to be everything from a ladybug or ladybird for you Brits , a , most of his animal acquaintances don t get it and find himthan a bit odd Thankfully, Milo happily does his own thing for his own personal amusement, but eventually meets a new friend who also loves to play dress up, just like him Wonderful art and creative use of repetition in Kirsten s prose Abridged version of the original Milo is the mild mannered canine sweetie who unlike most dogs LOVES to dress up, and he pretends to be everything from a ladybug or ladybird for you Brits , a , most of his animal acquaintances don t get it and find himthan a bit odd Thankfully, Milo happily does his own thing for his own personal amusement, but eventually meets a new friend who also loves to play dress up, just like him Wonderful art and creative use of repetition in Kirsten s prose Abridged version of the original review on TalkingAnimalAddicts.com

  9. says:

    Milo is a dog on a mission to find a playmate He is willing to do just about anything to get one of the other animals to do so He is delightfully rambunctious and tries to engage all of them with a wide array of costumes but alas, no one wants to play No one that is until he meets Cleo, who isthan up to the task Will you play with me Milo asks You and your children will want to play with him again and again in this irresistibly drawn picture book that is full of heart and tenderne Milo is a dog on a mission to find a playmate He is willing to do just about anything to get one of the other animals to do so He is delightfully rambunctious and tries to engage all of them with a wide array of costumes but alas, no one wants to play No one that is until he meets Cleo, who isthan up to the task Will you play with me Milo asks You and your children will want to play with him again and again in this irresistibly drawn picture book that is full of heart and tenderness.Reviewed by Lisa Marie Smith, Youth Services, Vernon Area Public Library

  10. says:

    This book is really cute and helps kids understand that even if they feel different sometimes, there are others out there who will appreciate those differences The repetition is good for young readers, and the animals encountered are ones that kids will easily recognize Lovely pictures and a heartwarming message

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