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Title:
Chewy Louie
Author:
Schneider, Howie, 1930-2007.
Publication Information:
Flagstaff, AZ : Rising Moon, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Summary:
A family may have to get rid of their new pet, a cute puppy that eats everything in sight, including toys, bowls, and porches.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
AD 160 Lexile.
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR LG 2.4 0.5 45428.

Reading Counts RC K-2 2.1 1 Quiz: 26091 Guided reading level: J.
ISBN:
9780873587655
Format :
Book

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A family may have to get rid of their new pet, a cute puppy that eats everything in sight, including toys, bowls, and porches.


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Booklist Review

Ages 3^-6. "Chewy" Louie spreads destruction in the wake of his chomping teeth. At first he is content to chew on his bowl and toys, but as he grows, he begins to take bites out of everything, including the family car and the house. The efforts of two trainers fail to change his ways; peace doesn't come to the family until Louie grows up. Schneider's bright, cartoonlike colored-pencil illustrations perfectly capture Louie's manic energy and the text's exaggerated humor, especially the bafflement of the book's narrator, the little boy in Louie's beleaguered family. A goofy tale with a lot of kid appeal. --Todd Morning


School Library Journal Review

PreS-Gr 3-Puppies will be puppies and patience will be a necessity now that Chewy Louie has joined the household. He eats everything in sight: his bowl, toy trains, the dining-room table, the fence, and the back porch. His owners, a vet, and two dog trainers are all incapable of stopping the pup's destructive behavior. Just when it looks as though the family will have to find a new home for their pet, he suddenly outgrows his nasty need to nibble. "He's not a puppy anymore," father proudly explains, while a 13-man construction crew works to repair the damaged house. Humorous colored-pencil cartoons reveal the devastation caused by the wee pooch and the family's reactions to the chaos left in his wake. Chewy Louie's exuberance is almost palpable and his teeth marks are everywhere. He's depicted as a small black dog with a pink tongue hanging out one end while his other end wags so vigorously that he appears to have multiple tails. Readers are left with the tiniest doubt about Louie's newfound maturity upon discovering that a corner of the last page has been chewed off. An entertaining tale about an all-too-common situation.-Maryann H. Owen, Racine Public Library, WI (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.