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Reviewed by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo for Readers' Favorite
In Finding Little Doggins by Virtuous Nyamsem Cornwall, there is a town called Animalsville, where different types of creatures live. Every morning, the different families of this town prepare their kids for school. However, as the kids are all walked to school, nobody speaks to one another. Each family does not know the other family’s language. One day, Little Doggins could not be found. Mr. and Mrs. Doggins barked and barked. The other families could not understand what this barking was about. All of a sudden, Mr. Doggins got out paper and crayons and taught the others. Finally, they all split up “woofing”. The Pandapoo family ended up “woofing” in the woods and found Little Doggins. He could not figure out how they knew his language. At the end of the book, the mayor of Animalsville declared every first Friday of each month a family celebration as they all know each other now.
The plot of Finding Little Doggins is cute in how everyone went from being strangers to being friends as they pulled together to find a missing character in this story by Virtuous Nyamsem Cornwall. The pace flows right along, from one animal’s unique family to the next in this search. The action was neat as one really wants to know what in the world has happened to Little Doggins. The characters are unique as they are animals yet portrayed like people. The theme seems to be safety in numbers and how strangers come together in a time of need to build lasting relationships.