One, Two, Cheer . . .
Three is a disabled stray dog but inquisitive and happy. Three soaks in the sun, enjoy a shower, and wags when fed. He roams the city all day long, exploring every other creature - those tiny six-legged ones living underground, the eight-legged ones winding down a tree, the two-legged, four-legged, and so on. But Three was happy being a three-legged. Finally, Three followed a sweet scent and walked far away from the cars and city noise. What happened to Three afterward?
We picked this book for its intriguing title. A disabled dog embraces everyday struggle with cheer and brightens it with an undying passion for exploring new things. And the positivity eventually helps the dog find a new, happy home. In addition, the brilliantly made illustrations complement the storyline.
Three by Stephen Michael King is a beautifully illustrated happy-ending story of a disabled dog that teaches hopefulness and compassion to young children.
Originally published: 2019
Author: Stephen Michael King
Illustrator: Stephen Michael King
Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (4.5), Characters (4.5) Writing Style (4.5), Illustrations (5.0) & Ease (4.0)
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