Sundogs: Journey to the Great Windmill
I like “Sundogs: Journey to the Great Windmill,” by Kay Elliott, because I have a dog and my dog is a shade of light pink and it makes it feel so realistic. It’s very neat. I like the illustrations. I like how red is a frisky color and blue is a calming color. And how the dogs feel like a family. And then how they go to the great windmill where one of the puppies lives and that’s how they go to their new home and they are loved. I feel like my dog did that and all my friends’ dogs did that. It makes me feel like I want to go to that same planet and see all those puppies and lead them to the great windmill where they can be swept up and brought to a loving home, because the dogs choose us. It’s just a great story. The only thing I didn’t like is because my dog, Saint, wasn’t in there and he, or a dog like Saint, seems very likely to be found in the book.