by Mary J. Fulton Illustrated by Don Williams
Reviewed by Sophia L. (age 7)
Sophia L. is a student in Mrs. Laffin's 2nd Grade Class
This story is about Pongo and Perdita who have fifteen dalmation puppies. Their owners names are Roger and Anita. They live in a warm, little house in a quiet street in London. One night two ugly men stole the puppies. They worked for Cruella de Vil. The dalmations escaped the de Vil mansion. At the end Roger and Anita were at home with 101 dalmations.
My favorite part of the story was when the dalmations escaped. It showed that they were brave. I liked the puppy named Lucky because he was very brave and cute. The bad people learned their lesson that it is not good to steal.
I would recommend this story to kids who like dalmations. I think first and second graders would like this story because it teaches a lesson that stealing is bad.