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Cookie Meets Peanut
by Bethenny Frankel and Daniel Roode


Overview - "From self-made businesswoman and mom" BETHENNY FRANKEL: "a story inspired by her own life about two siblings--a new baby and one diva dog."Cookie the dog is Mommy's Furry Baby and everything is just the way Cookie likes it...until one day when Mommy comes home with a real baby Little "Peanut" is suddenly getting all the attention, and Cookie gets left behind.  Read more...

 
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Overview

"From self-made businesswoman and mom" BETHENNY FRANKEL: "a story inspired by her own life about two siblings--a new baby and one diva dog."Cookie the dog is Mommy's Furry Baby and everything is just the way Cookie likes it...until one day when Mommy comes home with a real baby Little "Peanut" is suddenly getting all the attention, and Cookie gets left behind. As Peanut gets older, and walks and talks, Cookie is forced to make room in her doggy life for the little girl. After throwing Mommy a tea party, Cookie and Peanut realize they can have a lot of fun together. Cookie is a furry big sister now

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780316368438
  • ISBN-10: 0316368431
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Publish Date: September 2014
  • Page Count: 32
  • Reading Level: Ages 2-5

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2014-09-29
  • Reviewer: Staff

Media personality Frankel debuts with an uninspiring story drawn from her own experiences with her daughter and dog. Mommy and her dog, Cookie, have a lovely urban life together, taking "walksies," window-shopping at "Bark Jacobs," and getting coffee at "Starbarks." But the arrival of a blond baby girl, Peanut, interrupts the routine Cookie so loves. Working in digital media, Roode (the Little Bea books) brings a kewpie-doll cutesiness to the characters, human and canine alike, along with a chic midcentury-meets-modern aesthetic. While readers are sure to sympathize with Cookie's unhappiness, neither Mommy nor Cookie appears to care about it much. "Bye, Cookie. We'll be home soon," they say, leaving Cookie alone in the apartment, leash in mouth (throughout, the subtext seems to be: "Deal with it, dog"). More egregious, though, are the "sly" plugs for Skinnygirl products—alcohol bottles in the kitchen provide a visual reminder of the cocktail line she founded, and a version of the silhouetted Skinnygirl logo appears on a billboard and on Mommy's apron. Ages 3–6. Author's agent: Andy McNicol, William Morris Endeavor. Illustrator's agency: Lilla Rogers Studio. (Sept.)

 
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