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Walt Disney's 101 Dalmatians (Look-Look)

by Mary J. Fulton

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A story about home being with one's family and standing up for what is right. This story follows a lot of puppies who are captured by the evil Cruella DeVil who wants to turn them into a fur coat.
  eakoepke | Oct 15, 2008 |
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This suspenseful, colorfully illustrated picture book retells the story of one of the most popular of all the Disney animated movies. The setting is in and outside of London a number of years ago. The terrible Cruella de Vil has stolen 101 Dalmatian puppies for her own dreadful purposes. How Pongo and Perdita, loving parents of 15 of the puppies, help rescue the entire adorable bunch is exciting to read and satisfying to experience.

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Pongo and Perdita's attempts to round up their rambunctious puppies give the reader the opportunity to count up to 101.

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