The Adventures of Chips & Salsa by Cynthia Petillo

Rating: 4 out of 5.

This is a great book for kids to learn a variety of lessons!
✔️ Friendship
✔️ Making new friends
✔️ Being in a new place
✔️ Bullying
✔️ Doing the right thing

Salsa is new to the neighborhood and meets Chips. They spend time playing in the dog park near their homes. They come across dogs that can be new friends, and other dogs that are not so nice. One day Salsa comes across a dog in trouble, but it’s one that was not nice in the past. What does Salso do?

I liked this story. It’s easy for kids to connect to the characters and the lessons in the story are easy to understand. Both of my children enjoyed this book, and it’s already been read multiple times now!

The illustrations are fun. They are cartoonish, but still realistic. The kids enjoyed looking at them!

Overall, I thought this was a good story. The characters are fun, and the story is great!

To Read or Not To Read:

I would recommend The Adventures of Chips & Salsa to children in preschool through middle-elementary. It’s a great book for a child that is moving to a new place, or trying to make new friends, but really, it’s perfect for any child!

Where to Find This Book:

The Adventures of Chips & Salsa by Cynthia Petillo publishes on December 8, 2020 and is available at these sites.

Amazon ~ Mascot Books

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Chips is a happy-go-lucky, friendly beagle. Salsa is a tiny, shy Chihuahua who is new to the neighborhood. Chips and Salsa become fast friends and, before they know it, find themselves on a playful adventure in the park. Although Salsa is tiny, he proves that true loyalty, friendship, and love come in all sizes. Join Chips and Salsa as they takes readers on a fun-filled and exciting journey full of new adventures!

Just the Facts:

The Adventures of Chips & Salsa by Cynthia Petillo
Genre: Childrens
Page Count: 38 pages
Publisher: Mascot Books
Pub Date: December 8, 2020

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I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.

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