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5.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
5.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
5.0

Finding a friend

In PINE & BOOF, Boof loves finding treasures that campers leave behind. His favorite is his lucky leaf that he does everything with. One day, the leaf gets caught in the wind and is taken away from Boof.

Pine loves adventures and is on the search for one when he runs into Boof. He sees that Boof is upset and volunteers to help him find his leaf. After all, Pine has a lucky compass that will help them. In the end, they can't get Boof's leaf back, but he realizes he's found something better: a new friend that he'll never lose.

The illustrations were cute and the story has some humor in it that makes it flow better. It teaches that belongings aren't as fun as finding a friend. Pine and Boof are just beginning their friendship and I look forward to more adventures from them.


Final Verdict: I would recommend this story to children who love animals. It also is a good read because it emphasizes the value of friendship, which every child should learn.

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