Sean Bryan’s book has so many of my favorite things.
First, I’m a sucker for picture books that center on the humorous aspects of pets. Then, there’s an absurd plot that generates great rhyming opportunities. It’s a story about a pug who wanted a hug so he learned how to juggle and became the town darling. But not everyone is thrilled about the pug’s other habits – like mug smashing, rug soiling, and soda chugging.
Pug promises to stop being “such a lug,” but does he mean it, or did this clever dog just demonstrate a new trick?