A Dog Named Zero by T. C. Bartlett (Book Review #819)


A dog named zero is a children’s book written about a dog that has lived most of his life in Hawaii and an apple that is juicy and has no name. Dog wants to eat the apple, but the apple is too high up in the tree. His friends come to help and are named by numbers, standing on top of each other to create the right height.

The book has beautiful illustrations filled with colors inducing just a purely joyful experience.  Everything about the book was designed in such a way to grab the child’s attention and have them flick through the pages. The message behind the story was superbly crafted. We can only achieve greatness when we all work as a team, and therefore, we all benefit from it as well.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Good Children’s books are hard to find these days. Times have changed, and the industry has mostly geared towards a more marketable and business-like approach to selling them. However, with this book the author has managed to catch the essence of the book.

I recommend this tale to anyone who is looking for a good children’s book.

Written by Jeyran Main

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