Many fears and insecurities come up in ‘Dog Vs Ultra Dog’
Fear and doubt can crop up sometimes. I think it is a normal thing to happen. When it does though it is important to try not to dwell on it too much. This isn’t always an easy thing to do though. Tuffy learns this lesson in Dog Vs Ultra Dog. I was able to read a digital copy of this book and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for Dog Vs Ultra Dog here:
Tim loves his pet dog, Tuffy, and Tuffy adores his boy. Tim also happens to be an überfan of the TV superhero Ultra Dog: he watches the shows, reads the books, plays the video games, wears the cape, and even sports Ultra Dog underwear. Despite cajoling from the neighboring cat, Tuffy has absolutely no fear that Ultra Dog is stealing his boy. Ultra Dog is too famous to want a regular boy…right?
Just in case, Tuffy tries extra hard to be super obedient and to outdo Ultra Dog with his love for Tim. But when Tuffy hears about Tim’s upcoming trip to Ultra Land, the faithful pup is officially afraid of losing his boy. What’s a dog to do? Fight back, of course! Tuffy enacts a plan to beat Ultra Dog once and for all, and the reward is unexpected—but awesome.
Dog Vs Ultra Dog told a really good story. When Tuffy fears he may be losing his owner to someone else, he is ready to do whatever it takes to get them back. He tries all kinds of crazy things, and none of them work of course. Yet just when all seems to be lost, he finds out all these fears were unwarranted. A good lesson it told in these colorful pages, that fear can happen but only gets bad if you act on it. I think kids of all ages will have a lot of fun reading this story.