Remy, Micayla, Bennett, and the C Twins are back on Seagate Island for another summer of beach traditions, new and old. A new tradition: keeping Remy’s dog-sitting business going. Remy loves seeing her dog friends (and her real friends, too), but the doldrums start to sink in when it turns into the rainiest summer on record, with evacuation constantly threatening to ruin tRemy, Micayla, Bennett, and the C Twins are back on Seagate Island for another summer of beach traditions, new and old. A new tradition: keeping Remy’s dog-sitting business going. Remy loves seeing her dog friends (and her real friends, too), but the doldrums start to sink in when it turns into the rainiest summer on record, with evacuation constantly threatening to ruin the world’s most perfect vacation spot. Tempers are short and dogs are bored. What can one 12-year-old do to create summer magic when the summer doesn’t seem to be showing up?...
|Title||:||Dog Beach Unleashed|
|Number of Pages||:||36 Pages|
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Dog Beach Unleashed Reviews
This book kind of put her last book to trash because she liked a different guy and her whole progress with him in the first book became trash and I found this unrealistic and a bad message but I guess it was entertaining.
I just read the book Dog Beach Unleashed by Lisa Greenwald. This book is actually part of a two book series. In this book, Remy, Bennett, The C twins and Micayla are back for another great summer on Seagate Island. What they don't know is that a storm is likely to come this summer and could totally wreak havoc on their perfect summer. That is not the only bad thing going on right now, Remy just can't decide if she likes Calvin or Bennett. Not to mention the other drama going on between Micayla, Claire, and herself. This book had a lot of cliffhangers that would always keep me hooked on the book. I loved the part where she would take her dog Marilyn Monroe to Mornings ( a breakfast restaurant) and they would get croissants. One part that I didn't like was when her and her friends would get in little fights and sometimes not talk for a little bit. Despite all the drama, this book was definitely a book that I will never forget,This book would honestly fit just about any personality and character traits. This book would be especially good for girls of just about any age of 11 and above. I loved this book and I know that lots of girls out there would love it just as much as I did.
Overall, a sweet, simple book that is ultimately just a bit too bland for my taste. There's a bit of pre-teen drama, but no one really gets all that angry, and everybody's always instantly sorry for hurting anyone's feelings. The twins' parents' are getting divorced, and all the drama over this feels overdone--the narrator acts as though having divorced parents is some kind of novelty, which is hardly the case. The plot just kept wavering around way too many topics, none of which added up to much. There's just not much at stake here. Ultimately, the reader ends up wondering what Remy is so worried about all the time. Which may, in the end, be part of the novel's point--that it's not worth worrying about things you can't change--but, still. This is a PA Choice book for 2016-17, and I expect it will appeal to animal lovers. The dogs are fun: I wish the story centered more around them.
My middle-school daughter was reading a book for school (she didn't tell me which one) where she said she knew the dog was going to die. So she asked her teacher if she could read this one, which she picked up at a book fair, instead. Apparently they have something of a free read policy because the teacher agreed. In the interest of seeing what my kids are reading these days, I picked it up one evening, unaware it is actually a sequel.Of course it is packed with pre-teen drama, but it was actually a good glimpse of summer life on an island with a hurricane approaching. Mix in a generous helping of dogs and my daughter seemed to enjoy it (none of the dogs died, just got lost). Pretty light stuff, but not a bad middle school novel. Not enough to motivate me as a parent to read the first one, but still, not bad.
12-year-old Remy and her friends are back on Seagate Island for the summer with their successful dog camp. New issues come forth - preteen friendship/ love , divorce, depression, rainy weather and a prediction of a whopper hurricane. Remy who dislikes change has to deal with these problems and help her friends out as well. Seagate is a community and it supports its residents. The teens, especially Remy, grow a bit more mature as the summer passes.
I absolutely loved reading this book!It is definitely a wonderful sequel to Welcome to Dog Beach! I loved it, and I liked the magic of summer, even though it wasn't the best.The dogs really helped the story move along, and all of them looked adorable in my head! I also liked the summer romances, especially those concerning Remy.This book was a really fun read, and I hope to read more of Lisa Greenwald's work soon.
A great summer read about a group of preteen friends spending the summer on an island while untangling complicated friendships, first love, and loss (divorce and a hurricane), all while developing their business of a day camp for dogs. Can be read independently of the first book in the series.
Light, easy, fast read but nothing special.
It was just glad to read something by Lisa.
3.5 stars; cute follow-up to the first, but it also lacked the charm I was looking for! Review to come.