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I'm a Baked Potato!: (Funny Children’s Book About a Pet Dog, Puppy Story) (Hardcover)
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A cozy story about a curious pup with a slight identity crisis . . . Children and caregivers alike will enjoy this charming tale. —Kirkus Reviews
When a baked potato–loving lady adopts a dog, she adores him unconditionally&mdashland given the pup's small, round frame and warm, brown coat she can't help but call him "Baked Potato"! But what happens when a dog who thinks he's a baked potato gets lost? Will he find his lady? And more importantly, will he find himself? I'm a Baked Potato! is a fun, bighearted story about the names we're given, the names we choose, and how both can help us find our way home. Full of heart and laugh-out-loud moments, this story will leave readers giggling—and looking at pets in a whole new way.
• A book about identity and discovering where one might belong • Filled with personality filled animals including a mean blue dog, a wily fox, and a very smart owl • Full of heart and laugh-out-loud moments, this story will leave readers giggling
Adults and kids who are fans of Llama Destroys the World, Rabbit and Robot, or Tiny T.Rex and the Impossible Hug will love this book.
This book is perfect for children discovering the sensory details of the world and is ideal for the following reading categories: • Read-aloud books • Early reading books • Fun books for Kids • Book for kids about getting a new pet
About the Author
Elise Primavera has been writing and illustrating children's books for more than 25 years. Her bestselling book Auntie Claus has sold more than half a million copies. She lives in New Jersey.
Juana Medina was born in Bogotá, Colombia. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and is the winner of the Pura Belpré Author Award for Juana & Lucas. She lives in Washington, DC.
"A cozy story about a curious pup with a slight identity crisis . . . Children and caregivers alike will enjoy this charming tale." - Kirkus Reviews