Monday, September 26, 2016

Marcel by Eda Akaltun

Marcel is a happy little dog.  He lives in New York but he's in the more urban area, not uptown.  So they have parks and greens and he can see forever.  He has his human and he's content.  Then his human gets a boyfriend...

Flying Eye Books sent me a copy of this book to read for review (thank you).  It was published September 20th, so you can grab a copy now.

Marcel doesn't need two humans.  And he sure doesn't need this human taking his human's attention away from him.  But he won't go away.  Soon they're engaged.  And now we're visiting uptown more than they used to.  He's not sure what to think.

When the man takes him out by himself, he's afraid of what might happen.  Not to worry, Marcel.  Marcel always had a secret desire to visit the natural history museum (think of all the bones!) and that's where they go.  He gets to take his time and check everything out.  Once that happens, he decides maybe he can stay...

This is a cute book about a french bulldog with illustrations that show you how big New York is, especially to a small dog.  It's a fun read with a likable character.

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