Making Scents

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“Man’s best friend”–can you guess what it is? Dogs! But they can be man’s best sibling also, apparently. Mickey was found in the woods by a dog breeder. Then he instantly became part of the family; he learned dog instincts from his fellow dog “siblings,” and he developed a strong nose. And then school came and also the school talent show. Mickeys parents were driving along to the school when, WHAM! A car accident happened. Now he has to live as an only child with his uncle and aunt.

Making Scents is a colorful book, full of colorful pictures with the best contrast of colors. It has a drawing style that is similar to the style of really popular by cartoonists right now, which isn’t really a bad thing. I actually think it’s quite nice and charming and is overall a delightful style. I love how the plot seems so absurd but is just crazy enough so it doesn’t seem too fake.

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Author Arthur Yorinks • Braden Lamb, Illustrator • Shelli Paroline, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 112 pages
Publisher First Second
Publish Date 2017-Jun-27
ISBN 9781596434523
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Issue July 2017
Category Tweens


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