“Compelling and filled with intelligent humor”

“Miss Missy’s School is a delightful, well written story filled to the brim with lovable and charismatic characters. Missy herself is comical and quirky without being portrayed as a dumb dog, as anthropomorphized animals often are. She opens the doorway for children and adults to brush up on their vocabularies through her use, and misuse, of the English language. It offers readers the opportunity to broaden their horizons, especially offering children an introduction to topics like classic children’s literature and history in a joyful and lighthearted manner that they may not come across elsewhere. The story is compelling and filled with intelligent humor. It’s a “just one more chapter” kind of story that will keep you reading well past bedtime. With its plethora of well rounded characters, it’s a great read aloud option for the whole family.”

  –GoogleBooks review


Use and misuse of the English language…

Miss Missy’s School Book I: A Pack of Farm Dogs Starts a School by Marica Bernstein.

Illustrated by Caroline Cooper. Old Schoolhouse Road Publishing.

Ages 7 and up. Grownups love it, too!

#Friendship #Countrylife #Talkinganimals #Animalstories #Familyreading

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