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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
In Love, Sugar & Cookie by Susan Marie Chapman, we are introduced to two Pomeranian sisters. Cookie is very tiny and only weighs three pounds while Sugar is the bigger sister at seven pounds. They are cute and fluffy but, most importantly, they are twins. The two are best friends but each is very different and unique in their own way. Sugar loves to eat her food fast and moves very slowly. She doesn’t like walking. Cookie is the opposite; eating her food slowly and is very fast. She’s spunky and has a lot of sass. Sugar is very ladylike and loves taking her time with everything. Even with their different temperaments, the two pups do everything together. They shop together, make the same facial expressions without even realizing it, and they both enjoy car rides with their mom. The two do everything together from sun up to sun down when they awake till they fall asleep at night.
As a huge lover of dogs, I found this story both adorable and enjoyable. I liked how the author didn’t just introduce us to her two beautiful dogs but she humanized them by telling us about their personalities. Children will instantly be hooked on Cookie and Sugar and how even though they are different from one another, they are still the best of friends. There’s also a lesson to be taught with this book. Being unique and different is okay. You don’t have to act like someone else to be considered a friend. Just be yourself and those true friends will come to you. I also really enjoyed how the author used real photos of Cookie and Sugar. They are so darn adorable and made me think of my Pomeranian who crossed the rainbow bridge a few months ago. Overall, I found Love, Sugar & Cookie by Susan Marie Chapman a great read and I would love to see more books about these two beautiful sisters.