Pretzel (Curious George) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-29 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 120 user ratings

" OK....the only reason this isn't getting 5 stars is because I feel pretty strongly that Pretzel should have given that prissy poodle the cold shoulder when she was down in that well for snubbing him in the first place. But Pretzel is more of an adult than me and that's why we love him in the first place, right? " said.

" This is a book by the author(s) of the Curious George series. The illustrations were definitely the best thing about this book. The story starts out really cute, but I lost interest pretty quickly. It might be good for really small kids who like lots of repetition or who have very short attention spans and want a quick book. " said.

" I dunno, it's cute and all but I'm not sure I really like the implied message that, if you give a girl stuff and help her out, even if you're not her type, she'll end up marrying you. The kid was all "She's so MEAN" and I tried to point out that the lady-dog was not mean because she wouldn't marry Pretzel but maybe a little mean for continuing to take his stuff.Probably reading too much into it. " said.

"This was a lovable tale. Pretzel is a very long dachshund who can't get the attention of the lady dog he loves. How will he win her? Pretzel can do amazing tricks as you can imagine. He even wins prizes, but he can't seem to win that one elusive darling he wants. A cute story of love, bravery, loyalty and devotion with a funny, Pretzel twist!
As usual the Reys have done a great job on a book. Loved the illustrations. Cute details to catch the imagination, nice bright color and delightful expressions.
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"Pretzel's a super crazy long weiner dog. He's got the mad hots for another daschund but there's a problem: She doesn't like long dogs. That is until she falls down a well and Pretzel stretches on down to swoop her up into his loving paws forever and ever amen.

But really, it cracks me up. Pretzel's all "hey baby let's go out" and she's like 'I got a man" and Pretzel's like "whatcho man got to do with me?" and repeat, repeat, repeat until bitch finds herself down the crapper! In the end it's a very valuable message for children the world over... size doesn't matter, kid. Not when you're stuck in a pit of dispair.
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My love of reading started when i was young, and it gives me immense pleasure to provide books to Spread the Word Nevada, an organization that passes them on to children in the community. They are a terrific organization supporting an important cause. If your local I encourage you to check them out. For those living further a field, look in your own community, their may already be a similar program in place. And if not, you can always help start one.

Myself, I go out on the weekends and
shop thrift store and bulk book lots to rescue books and donate them. Sometimes I'll find a book I remember reading when I was young and will read it again before passing it on.

I don't rate these books using my normal scale, instead I give most of them three stars. This isn't a Criticism of the book, simply my way of rating them as good for children.
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"I am sure that I read this book when I was a child - probably more than once. So I was very excited to read this one with our girls. And probably none too soon, as they are starting to grow out of simple books like this one.

The narrative is short and entertaining and the illustrations are colorful and certainly remind me of the pictures from the many Curious George books I read when I was young. Our girls never really got into George, but they liked this story.

Overall, this is a sweet tale to read with younger children. It certainly evoked a sense of nostalgia from me as I read it aloud (on our iPad no less!) We were thrilled to find this ebook available from our local library and we really enjoyed reading this book together.
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"My mother-in-law has a very small selection of books on hand to read, some of which are her children's childhood books. Apparently Pretzel is one of these. I love the illustrations, but the story is weird reading these days:
Pretzel is an insanely long Dachshund. He likes Greta and wants to marry her, but Greta doesn't like long Dachshunds. So he gives her gifts, and she isn't interested. He does tricks to impress her, but she's not interested. Finally, he saves her and she marries him. While you could read it that not gifts and showing off but doing the right thing will win someone's love, and maybe that it's good to look past appearances, it's pretty weird that Greta keeps his gifts and it is a little "rescue the princess and win her love." I later found out my wife loves this one from childhood; I guess it's a good thing I never tried to win her over with gifts and by showing off. ;)
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