PERFECTLY MARTHA Martha, the dog who took alphabet soup to new heights, smells a rat when the dogs in her neighborhood start behaving too obediently after a course with Otis Weaselgraft's Perfect Pup Institute. They sit, they roll over, they lie down on command, which runs counter to Martha's understanding of the dog brain: big sleep, eat, and play lobes, with a minor lobe, about the size of a dust mote, tuned to
LibraryThing Review Martha, the talking dog, is perfect for teaching children about dog abuse and how all creatures are perfect just the way they are. I highly disapprove of shock collars so it is nice to see something of the sort being shamed.
LibraryThing Review Very sweet story about a dog named Martha that can speek. Martha becomes the doggie hero when she helps other dogs find their voices. Great, pup loving, story!
LibraryThing Review The Pictures were great, and I rally liked how in most of the dialogue they used bubbles coming up from the people's mouths. I fell the dialogue bubbles would make it easier for young readers to know who is talking.
LibraryThing Review Martha discovers how the Perfect Pup Institute turns dogs into obedient robots and then does something about it.