Dog Man: Lord of the Fleas and Brawl of the Wild - Dog Man: Lord of the Fleas, Fore-Foreword-Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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The opening section of this novel is titled “Dog Man: Behind the Epicness.” Harold and George introduce themselves and describe how they have matured now that they are fifth graders. They decide to “grow” moustaches by drawing them on with markers. George says one of the good things from being in fifth grade is that they have read some good literature, including Lord of the Flies. Harold admits that he did not actually read it, but that he saw the movie. He is talking about the Lord of the Rings movies, and realizes that is why he failed his literature test. George says he read it and that it inspired him to write this novel.

George and Harold then include a few pages describing the story up to this point. There was a police officer and his police...

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