Sterling the dog has always wanted a home. But no home has ever wanted him. So when Sterling sees a sign on the side of the Butlery Cutlery Company advertising free "shipping to homes around the world," he is determined to become the most terrific fork ever! For what home doesn't need flatware?Sterling is delivered on time and undamaged to the Gilbert family's front door. He is not, however, what they ordered. . . . But he may be exactly what they need. Here is a humorous, heart-tugging picture book about finding a family who wants you just as you are....
|Title||:||Sterling, Best Dog Ever|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Sterling, Best Dog Ever Reviews
A clever and humorous story with an underlying message of how it's best to just be yourself.
Sterling thinks he has to be a fork to fit in with this family, but is that really what they want? The illustrations are perfect for this sweet story!
A lovable and unique story about a dog, living alone at a fork factory. One day Sterling rides the conveyor belt and is packed up and shipped off with a box of forks. The dog tries his best to pretend to be a fork. He really wants to fit in with the household and be just what they ordered (so they'll keep him). Of course, dogs weren't made to be forks, and the harder he tries the more difficulties he experiences.
A heartwarming tale of self-acceptance, love, and being true to yourself.
Expressive, dynamic illustrations for a cute, silly story!
Sterling, Best Dog Ever by Aidan Cassie follows the adventures of one very confused Dachshund. Sterling hasn't had very good luck in finding a forever home. His owners seem to always lose interest, sending him back to the streets.
One night, Sterling notices a sign at the Butlery Cutlery Company. Their utensils are being shipped to "all the best homes." He decides to hide in one of the boxes where he waits to be delivered to his perfect home.
The Gilberts are surprised to see the pup inside their ...more
This was a cute story about a dog too busy being everything but a dog in an effort to find a forever home. Poor Sterling has been rejected so many times and I really felt for him, which made the ending all the more heartwarming. Adorable illustrations make this story all the more enjoyable.
There are plenty of stories about being yourself, but usually they feature one creature trying to be another creature. In this book, a dog tries to be a fork, which is just wacky enough to tickle some giggles from a child. In order not to be rejected again, he tries to be other things, anything to be needed, and kept, and loved. The message comes through loud and clear, and the illustrations are totally fun!
This is funny story with a lot of heart about a dog pretending to be a fork (and many other things) to find a home. Visually, it also depicts a mixed culture (appearing to be South Asian and white), interracial family. In the end, this story helps children learn an important message: just be yourself!