The review of ‘The Secret Life of Pets’ for PBS’ Children’s Program of the Year honors the book and its creators, Lisa Bloom and David Ehrlich, who are both well known for their work on children’s books and films.
The review, published in the September/October issue of the magazine, was penned by Laura Flanders, an author who wrote a book called “The Secret World of Pets,” and a longtime fan of the popular book series.
The book, published by Penguin Random House in 2012, is based on a short story by the same name.
The title of the book is a reference to the series, which has been a popular franchise in children’s literature.
In the book, the three dogs live in the world of Pets, a fantasy world filled with magical creatures.
The animals have to interact with each other, which often involves a lot of touching and tugging.
In “The Great Pups of Pets” story, the book’s author, Lisa, and her pet friends, Petunia and Tiana, are caught in a life-and-death battle for survival as they try to protect the pets from the evil King Bubbles, who has become a pet-obsessed ruler.
They also have to deal with a villainous “King Worm” who has a long history of stealing and killing the animals’ favorite toys, including their beloved pets.
Lisa’s description of “The Puppy Wars” in the book reads, “The King Worm’s kingdom is the perfect breeding ground for Pugs, which he feeds on his own beloved pet Pugs.
This time, however, the King Worm is more concerned with Pugs than the King Bubles.
He has hatched a plan to conquer the world and steal their pet-friendly toys.
The King Worm has the entire world in his grip and is determined to make this happen.
Lisa and her pals are the last line of defense.
To keep their precious Pugs safe, they must rescue them from the King.
Written by PBS