Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Moka Becomes a Water Dog *Book Review



The Dog on my Feet series starts out with Moka Becomes a Water Dog by Jeff Stevenson, illustrated by Nicholas Voshall.

Ethan and Lucas get a new Labrador for Christmas and she loves to play at the cabin on vacation. She has never been in a lake before and is a bit fearful of the water. Dad has a brilliant idea to tempt Moka into the water to play, helping her to forget her fears. Moka loves her new toy and learns to be a water dog!
This books makes an excellent easy reader. The words are basic and easy for a beginner to read. The simple, large text will help kids feel confident in their skills while learning about Moka and her adventure to becoming a water dog.
Illustrator Nicholas Voshall adds comedy to the book with his childlike drawings, giving the story an overall feel that it was created by a youngster, for his friends.  The back of the book includes activities for the young reader to enjoy. A few coloring pages, a maze and a word find.

moka fetch cafepress
A note from the Author:

The Dog On My Feet Series is a series of illustrated children’s books written around the family dog Moka as she grows and discovers her world. It is illustrated by a talented young man named Nicholas Voshall of Lancaster, CA. This series was imagined by our oldest son, Lucas.
This children’s book is nicely illustrated with a great story. Complete with a variety of activities, it makes a great first reader for a child with a word find, maze and coloring pages for them to complete when they have finished reading the story.
This first book in the series entitled, Moka Becomes a Water Dog, will be available before Christmas 2012, through Amazon.com
I am proud to publish this book. On behalf of my family, we hope you enjoy these stories.
Thank you,
Jeff Stevenson

Purchase Dog on my Feet merchandise from Cafe Press HERE

Watch for the 2nd book in the story coming soon Moka's Pillow Party!!

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are solely my own.



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