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Wolcott Public Library E HWANG, S. (Text to phone) 34031148792992 Juvenile New Picture Book Checked out 08/05/2021

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Toasty, a piece of toast, believes he is a dog deep down in his crumbs, but realizes he is very different from all the other dogs.
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Ages 4 to 6. Holiday House.
Grades K-1. Holiday House.
Subject: Bread > Fiction.
Dogs > Fiction.
Identity > Fiction.

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Toasty
Toasty
by Hwang, Sarah
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Toasty


A deliciously funny story about Toasty, a piece of bread who wants to be a dog, for fans of Arnie the Doughnut by Laurie Keller and Everyone Loves Bacon by Kelly DiPucchio. A deliciously funny story about Toasty, a piece of bread who wants to be a dog, for fans of Arnie the Doughnut by Laurie Keller and Everyone Loves Bacon by Kelly DiPucchio. Toasty loves dogs--so much so that he'd like to be one. He knows there are some differences--most dogs have four legs, but Toasty has two arms and two legs. Some dogs sleep in dog houses, but Toasty sleeps in a toaster. All dogs have hair and fur, but Toasty has neither because he's made of bread. In spite of these differences, he decides to go to the park to play with the dogs but runs into trouble when they want to eat him. Lucky for Toasty, he is rescued by a little girl who has always wanted a dog but can't have one because she is allergic. Toasty is the perfect dog for her. Sarah Hwang's inspiration for Toasty came from her childhood experience as an immigrant and her discovery that you find your best friends when you're willing to just be yourself. Her playful art for Toasty came to mind when she saw a piece of toast that reminded her of the way she used to draw dogs as a child.

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