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Here's Hank stars the same Hank as in the bestselling Hank Zipzer series only this time he's in 2nd grade Hank is a kid who doesn't try to be funny but he somehow always makes the kids in his class laugh He's pretty bad at memorizing stuff and spelling is his worst Here's Hank A Short Tale About a Long Dog by Henry Winkler sets Hank on his most important mission yet to get a dog of his own He knows that his grades are not the best but he is willing to do whatever it takes to make his dog dreams a realityEntering into a deal with his dad Hank must improve all of his grades in order to earn a trip to the animal shelter He is definitely up for the challenge From studying to creating interactive book reports Hank is determined to make his grades soarWhen his latest report card falls short Hank fears that he will never be able to adopt a furry friend Can he prove to his father that he is responsible enough to handle the challenges of owning a pet? Will he be able to raise his grades and sharpen his focus?I love this story I was surprised to discover that the book is written in a font called Dyslexie This font was created specifically for dyslexic readers by a Dutch graphic designer Christian Boer who himself is dyslexic I found the font very easy to read I feel that it compliments the story well and looks like a font that a child would have created This discrete font change will also help dyslexic children read with confidenceI also found the character of Hank to be charming and hilarious He mentions to the reader numerous times that he has trouble focusing I feel like many children as well as adults will be able to relate to Hank and his focusing issues I especially feel that children with ADD and ADHD will gravitate toward Hank and cheer him on in his uest for good gradesThis story also touches my heart because it sheds light on the importance of adopting animals from local shelters All of my dogs and cats are rescues that have come from various rescue groups and animal shelters One of my dogs is also Dachshund so I can definitely relate to Hank's heart melting moment the day he met CheerioOverall this is a wonderful read for animal lovers of all ages I would highly recommend gifting this book to any child who is in the process of adopting a dog

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A Short Tale About a Long Dog Heres Hank #2Hank declares him to be the new Zipzer dog But when Cheerio gets loose in the park Mr Zipzer furiously announces that the dog must go Can Hank convince his father that he wasn't the one who let Cheerio off his leash or will he really lose his new pet and best friend Fun book about a boy trying to convince his dad to let him get a dog Wow the text is so easy on the eyes and I love that the font was designed to help words stay anchored on the page to make it readable for dyslexic readers

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doc µ A Short Tale About a Long Dog Heres Hank #2 ☆ Paperback read ´ henry winkler ✓ [PDF] ✐ A Short Tale About a Long Dog Heres Hank #2 Author Henry Winkler – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Here's Hank stars the same Hank as in the bestselling Hank Zipzer series oSubject But so are math and reading In the second book in this new series Hank has finally persuaded his dad to get the family a dog and Hank couldn't be excited Mesmerized by a little wiener dog chasing his tail making him look like a Cheerio at the animal shelter Second grader Hank is a nice guy who tries hard but always gets poor grades in school He has a hard time remembering to do important things and spelling flash card work makes no difference His sister Emily has a pet iguana and Hank would like to get a dog; however his dad says he can only get a dog if he improves his grades in ALL subjects The father is tough on Hank always making everything fun seem like a life lesson being uick to blame mishaps and accidents on Hank's lack of responsibility and thinking Hank is just too lazy to do well in school Many children will see themselves in Hank; could be a good fit for some reluctant readers as well as any first through third grader who is interested