What a worry! Eight-year-old Jeremiah Lucky plays the frog prince in their third grade play and the princess wants to kiss him! Can he leap away in time? After summer begins, Jeremiah has a bigger worry—the cutest puppy ever is lost. Jeremiah’s guardian angel appears. Will their plan work?
Children's Bookwatch Midwest Book Review: Charmingly illustrated by Eric Hammond, "Jeremiah Lucky Finds Puppy Love" is artfully written by Jane Ellen Freeman (a former language arts teacher who has been creating stories for over fifteen years), is very highly recommended for young readers ages 7-10, and would prove to be an enduringly popular addition to school and community library collections.
Reader Review: Jeremiah Lucky is ready for summer and all that stands between him and a good time is the third grade play and his desire for a puppy. With his best friend headed for camp, his dad no longer living and his mom at work, a puppy could be just the right companion, but he may not be the only one in love with the shelter dog Polly. Ms. Freeman has taken a simple story and combined just the right amount of intrigue, fantasy and possibility to make it a real page turner for elementary age kids. And to be honest, me too! Jeremiah Lucky Finds Puppy Love shared several great tips, was perfect for both girls and boys and managed to be sweet without being sappy. A tall order for just 70 pages. Highly recommend this one. Sharon Stanley, author.
Suggested age range for readers: seven to ten
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