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Arf and the Three Dogs (Graphic Trax)

by Philip Wooderson

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Pat Trattles (Children's Literature)
Arf was always forgetting things, but it was not his fault. He couldn’t help it if the minute he stepped into the store on his way to buy his mom a newspaper he was almost run over by two big dogs, dragging an old man and another little dog behind them. When he was helping the clerk pick up the mess the dogs had made, he found a lottery ticket, and he was so busy trying to find the old man to give it back to that he forgot the newspaper. Of course Arf’s family had heard all the excuses before and did not believe him. So Arf decided to take pictures. Arf found the man and his dogs coming out of the animal shelter and was able to snap a few pictures before being knocked into a puddle. The scraggly looking man who helped Arf back to his feet told Arf that the shelter was a menace to the neighborhood and asked Arf to bring the pictures to a meeting that evening. But when Arf investigated further he was not so sure. Who was really the problem here, the old man and his dogs, or the scraggy looking man? A quick, easy read, Arf’s story is told in graphic novel/comic book fashion, and should appeal to fans of that genre, as well as reluctant readers. 2006 (orig. 2002). Ages 8 to 12.
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Arf decides to use his mother's camera to make money as a reporter and photographer. When he takes pictures of the neighborhood dogs, Arf realizes that something strange is happening at the animal shelter.

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