Publisher: Lyric & Stone Publishing | ISBN-13: 978-1733759861
Publisher’s Synopsis: Dash and Zoom are really good friends. But when Dash takes things that don’t belong to her, even Zoom’s ball, there’s a problem to be solved because not only is Dash taking things that don’t belong to her, but she’s also hurting Zoom’s feelings.
Kids often have a difficult time understanding that they shouldn’t take things that don’t belong to them. When we don’t rescue kids from mistakes and instead focus on the solution, it’s an opportunity to help them learn to make good choices. The illustrations are extremely engaging and it’s always fun to see how many things you can find under that precarious chair.
Dash And Zoom: Little Miss Sneakypants is written for young children who are learning social norms. It exemplifies good decision-making and helps kids solve problems rather than being ‘in trouble’ for making a mistake. If children are approached with the opportunity to fix what is wrong without fear of anger it often contributes to good decision-making skills all throughout their lives. These two dogs are so engaging that children will want to read the book again and again.
Susan Stoltz is a Jack Russell mom and author of 13 children’s books. An avid gardener and stained glass artist, she spends most early mornings in the garden. When she’s not writing, she’s either caring for and playing with her well-trained and highly energetic dogs, creating mosaics and stained glass, reading, and teaching. She occasionally cleans the kitchen!
Susan lives in Arizona with Dash and Zoom and is well known for eating chocolate cake for breakfast.
Melissa Bailey is owned by two poodles and is an award-winning illustrator of over 50 children’s books. She’s also an author and loves dreaming up story ideas while being walked by Biscuit and Archie. They are training her to take them on 3 or more walks a day!
Melissa lives with her family in rural Michigan, which is perfect for walking.
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Dash and Zoom: Little Miss Sneaky Pants First and Foremost, this is one of the cutest children's books that we have read in awhile. My 9 and 11 year old son enjoyed it. We have two dogs, Theodore Roosevelt ( 1 1/2 year old German Shepherd) and Amelia Earhart (3 year old mixed breed rescue) who I can totally see being sneakypants. Theodore, AKA Teddy is always running off with the socks.
This is a beautifully written and illustrated story. We see two dogs. One, Dash gets into everything. Dash takes these items, and puts them away for later. Zoom, however asks Dash: Little Miss Sneaky Pants - do those belong to you? The two dogs are super adorable and my boys loved them.
This is a great book for those that are learning to read. The site words are easy to recognize and they can easily use the pictures to help identify what is going on.
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