Marley: The Dog Who Ate My Homework

Marley The Dog Who Ate My Homework Marley has been waiting all day to play with Cassie but when she gets home there s still work to be done Cassie is making a model of the solar system for school using fruit to represent each of the

  • Title: Marley: The Dog Who Ate My Homework
  • Author: John Grogan Richard Cowdrey Rick Whipple
  • ISBN: 9780062074812
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Marley has been waiting all day to play with Cassie, but when she gets home there s still work to be done Cassie is making a model of the solar system for school, using fruit to represent each of the planets When all the work is done, Daddy hangs the model in the dining room for all to see including Marley Marley doesn t like homework, but he sure does like a snacMarley has been waiting all day to play with Cassie, but when she gets home there s still work to be done Cassie is making a model of the solar system for school, using fruit to represent each of the planets When all the work is done, Daddy hangs the model in the dining room for all to see including Marley Marley doesn t like homework, but he sure does like a snack, and before he can stop himself, the solar system has disappeared into the black hole of Marley s stomach Cassie wakes up before school to find herself without her assignment, and in need of a quick fix Can Marley somehow make up for his cosmic mistake and help Cassie get her project in on time This Marley beginning reader is filled with out of this world laughs, perfect for anyone who s ever suffered from a case of disappearing homework.

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    1. My Kindergarten class really enjoyed this story of Marley the puppy who couldn't resist eating his owner's science fair project!

    2. Cute "I can read" book came in a bookcaseclub box for my 3 yr old grandson, a little too advanced for him to try and read, but he really liked it, I had to read it to him several times. Would be really good for a new reader. Cute story.

    3. This book is very typical of any of the books in the Marley beginning reader series. Marley gets a little carried away and eats Cassie's science project: a mobile of the planets made of fruit. What kind of dog eats fruit, I ask you? Anyway, just when everyone thinks that Marley's ruined everything, Marley saves the day, by bringing the family balls to make the solar system with instead. Cue the 1950's laugh-track! The watercolor illustrations featuring a happy Caucasian family, wearing conservat [...]

    4. Marley's is fun and always into trouble. At first I was thinking this would be like Dixie but it was a lot better and perhaps with an older character. This is a great early reader to encourage looking on the bright side of things and for moving forward. Disaster is apparently not the end of the world. :)*Thanks to HarperCollins for providing a copy for review.*scheduled: creativemadnessmama/blog/2

    5. Having been a teacher for over 25 years, I have of course, heard this excuse from my students. Sometimes I believed them and sometimes I didn't!But this excuse becomes a great book for little ones to read and enjoy.Marley does eat Cassie's homework assignment of her science project. She created the solar system using fruits for the different planets. Well, it turns out that Marley liked her project so much that he ate all the fruit.Cassie has to do some quick thinking to save her project.Delight [...]

    6. I need to read this book so there is really nothing to say about this book so thanks i really want this book so make sure i like it mail and see.

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