Book Reviews of Lady and the Tramp

Lady and the Tramp
Lady and the Tramp
Author: Walt Disney Productions
ISBN-13: 9780717283408
ISBN-10: 0717283402
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 44
Edition: 1st
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Grolier Enterprises
Book Type: Hardcover
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Disneys Lady and the Tramp book based on the movie. This is a story about puppy love. When Jim dear and Darling have a new baby, Lady(the dog) gets put outside! Lady meets stray dog(Tramp), gets put in pound, has go around with sneeky twin Siamese cats and more. Will she every fall in love with the Tramp? Good book.
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ISBN 0307010279 - Lady and the Tramp is another Disney/Golden Book that just misses the mark, with a rushed effort to tell too many details making for a poor telling of an excellent story. The illustrations are great, as is usual with Disney, of course,

Lady has a happy life but The Tramp, a homeless dog, tells her that will change when a baby comes into the house. And when a baby does come, Lady worries. Darling and Jim Dear have less time for her and then, to make matters worse, Aunt Sarah comes and immediately orders Lady to be tied up in the yard⦠and muzzled! The Tramp releases her from her rope and her muzzle and offers to go anywhere she likes; he's shocked when she chooses home. Thankfully, they arrive in time to alert the family to a fire and, out of gratitude, Jim Dear and Darling take The Tramp into their home.

The speed with which things happen would make a normal person's head spin, not the children are actually normal people. Lady is tied up, freed, returns home, all seemingly within a few hours. There's no adventure for Lady and The Tramp - and no spaghetti! Children aren't likely to be bothered by this, but parents who know the tale will see the holes in the story. Worth reading, but keep an eye out for a more complete adaptation.

- AnnaLovesBooks