"Stylish and understated, this argument for tolerance is a welcome one-just like that saxophone-playing dog." - Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW
"Matoso's blocky images and in-your-face red-and-blue palette give the book an ultrahip aesthetic, complete with quirky neighbors, tattooed movers, and badminton-playing elephants." - Publishers Weekly
"My Neighbor Is a Dog is smoothly translated with a refreshing and humorous angle on the importance of accepting others as they are."
- New York Journal of Books
"The messages about judging people by their actions rather than their appearances is well camouflaged by the humorous situations and is brought home all the more effectively by the non-standard ending." - Jesse Karp, Booklist
"... a unique take on acceptance." - School Library Journal
"Lively and bold artwork complements a story line that celebrates the chaos of urban living and the inherent tolerance of children." - ForeWord Reviews
"... an entertaining story with an important message about diversity." - Gregory Bryan and Brittany Miller, Canadian Review of Materials
"A story about tolerance and the diversity of urban living seen through the eyes of a little girl." - B Is for Books: Children's Book Review
"...a delightful children's tale." - Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, The Best Spiritual Books of 2013
"[A] delightful story that salutes the spiritual practice of hospitality." - Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Practice
"The bold pink, red, and blue retro-styled, full-spread illustrations by Madalena Matoso are delightful, with wonderful details that children will pore over." - Resource Links Magazine
"This would be a great addition to a story time about neighborhoods, and what it means to be a neighbor." - Katie Fitzgerald, Story Time Secrets
"...will have young readers wishing that their neighbors were bears, elephants and a sax-playing dog." - Books for Kids Blog
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