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The Dog Who Came To Breakfast
By Maggie m grinnell
Thursday, November 05, 2009

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This story is about a dog who wanted breakfast like any other person which is how she feels she is.

THE DOG WHO CAME
TO BREAKFAST

Daisy, a white fluffy miniature poodle

with sad brown eyes, is ready

for breakfast.


Daisy runs to the table, jumps up onto

the empty oak chair and faces the

kids.


The kids have already been served

their eggs and sausage by now.


Daisy doesn’t see her plate of food.

She tilts her head as if to say ‘where

is my plate? Maybe wagging my tail.’


Swish, swish goes the tail across the

bottom of the chair.


The kids laughingly call out to their

mom.


Ester turns and sees Daisy sitting in

one of the chairs wagging her tail.


Kevin, one of Ester’s kids, points to

Daisy saying “She wants what we

have.” He grabs a piece of sausage

with his 2 fingers, reaches over

to Daisy, handing her the piece of

pork.


“Stop it” Ester demands, taking the

piece of pork from Kevin.


Kevin and the other kids feel hurt

when their mom doesn’t want to feed

Daisy.


Seeing the disappointed faces

surrounding the table, Ester gives the

sausage to Daisy. The kids

screams “yeah.” Daisy thought to

herself ‘Next time, go for the eggs.’

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Reviewed by Lee Pritchett 12/18/2009
fun, with good strong imagery. also a good representation of a dogs personality!




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