Enzo and the Fourth of July Races Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-31 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 3 user ratings

" The ending is weird in that I don't know many dogs who like fireworks. " said.

" It took several sittings, but Alice finished the whole book all by herself! " said.

" This book really has more to do with race car racing then the Fourth of July. Told through the eyes of Enzo the dog. " said.

"Enzo is Denny and Zoe’s dog. Today is the big Independance Day Race - Denny is racing his car at the speedway and Zoe gets to race her Go Kart for the very first time. Enzo can tell that Zoe is worried and he wants to be supportive. When Zoe registers for the Kids’ Kart Challenge, a boastful boy teases her because she is a girl and “girls aren’t fast drivers”. Now Zoe doesn’t want to race, and it’s affecting Denny’s driving for his race (because his mind must be totally on the race.) So, after a pep talk with Denny’s mechanic and a lot of support from Enzo, Zoe puts her name back on the list determined to do her best in the race.

This was a great story - lots of great messages about believing in yourself, not giving up, focus on the prize etc. The full color illustrations were full of things to look at - like you were really at the speedway. There were a lot of racing terms, so the glossary at the end comes in handy. A lot of text, but it’s a great read aloud to share.

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"ENZO AND THE FOURTH OF JULY RACES is told from Enzo's point of view, Denny and Zoe's dog. The three of them attend the Independence Day races every year, but this year, Zoe is old enough to race.

While looking at the entry list, Zoe hears a boy saying girls aren't as fast as boys. This upsets Zoe and she no longer wants to race, but Enzo doesn't understand why. He knows that Zoe's fast and that she shouldn't be scared because he believes in her. After some pep talks from Johnny Mac and her dad, Zoe decides to "do the talking on the track".

Enzo supports both Zoe and Denny from the sidelines and runs back and forth between races. The support of Enzo was so sweet and it showed unconditional love. I enjoyed watching the race from his viewpoint and how he especially liked when a hot dog was dropped.

Final Verdict: Enzo was the perfect pet and how a dog would probably see the Independence Day Race. With the Fourth of July just around the corner, this would be a good read to share with your child. It also teaches that girls can be just as fast as boys and sometimes even faster.
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