Doggy Dog

Doggy Dog Simple words and illustrations detail some of the things that Doggy Dog is not including a cat a lampshade and a potato

  • Title: Doggy Dog
  • Author: Chris Raschka
  • ISBN: 9780786806423
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Simple words and illustrations detail some of the things that Doggy Dog is not, including a cat, a lampshade, and a potato.

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    1. in this book, you will learn that a dog is not a potato. or a cheese. if these facts had eluded you before this book, i suggest you read more books in general; you lack some basic knowledge. but i love this one for its sheer ridiculous velocity. doggy dog!thanks to sarah montambo!

    2. This is a great book for your beginning readers. It's such an easy read. The kids will enjoy this little book. It will fit into their little hands perfectly. It's easy to relate this book and make real life connections.

    3. This book reminds me of Not a Box by Antoinette Portis. That book was about all the things a box could be, while this one is about all the things a dog is not. This book can be used to compare and contrast a dog with other things. It is great for working on critical thinking skills.

    4. Slightly better than the others in this series that I've read, but I am still excessively puzzled as to why the dog would think he's a lampshade.

    5. Doggy dog encourages oral expression and active participation from the reader, thus making story time enjoyable and entertaining.

    6. This is a super sweet book. I really enjoyed participating in a read alound using this book. After doing so, I completely realized that this is ONE book that you MUST be enthusiastic about (or it just won't be the same). I would use this book to allow children to think of their own comparisons to the dog (ex: "you are not a") and make a list of their responses. I think that the addition of a finger puppet, or full size puppet makes the story that much cuter! The kids are sure to enjoy this one!

    7. This is a fun book and the way that it was read to me was even more funny but asidde from this is a great way to get students to identify different items that they will come across, they can distinguish the difference between a dog and other items. An activity you could have students do would be to identify who they are it is important for students to form an opinion about themselves at an early age (a positive image), students write and iluustrate things that they are and are not.

    8. Doggy Dog is kinda simple picture book with simple illustration and short sentences. It can really go with children even when they grow up. Because it really goes with me now when I see dogs, I would go "Doggy Dog." Children can play with sounds using other animals names and objects, such as penny pen, booky book, cuppy cup, catty cat, cowey cow, chicky chick, etc.

    9. I love the use of comparisons in this book. This is a great book to read to very young children who are learning about objects in the world. This book is so humerous, it will keep them anticipating what is coming next. This book is great to use with inflections and voice changes, it brings the book to life. This is a must read for all children.

    10. This book is another really fun and simple book. Just like the "Snaily Snail" book it would be great to use a little toy dog prop with this one. My teacher shared this book with us in that way and it was hilarious!! It is all in the way that you share this story with the little ones that will determine how much the children really love it!

    11. Like Professor Meyers,I would use a dog puppet when reading this story allowed to students, and ask them to repeat the silly sentences along with me. Again, this could be a use as a transiting technique from one activity to another.

    12. Silly, told in a minimalistic style that I absolutely loved. Umwhy should we be confused whether the dog is a piece of cheese? (though I've confused mine often with a footstool). Cute and lively and fun to read.

    13. This is one book that you MUST be enthusiastic about. I would use this book to allow children to think of their own comparisons to the dog and make a list of their responses. Having a finger puppet, or full size puppet makes the story that much more engaging. The kids are sure to enjoy this one.

    14. Doggy Dog is a dog, not any of the other silly things shown in the book (i.e. a lampshade, a foot stool, a cat etc). So cute, very simple (fun illustration paired with simple text), great for sharing with the toddler crowd. Love this series of books, they crack me up!

    15. This is a cute book about a dog and all of the things that a dog is not - it helps children to become aware of the differences between images on a page, particularly when they have some abstract elements. Best for a 1-on-1 read with children under the age of 3.

    16. This is a really cute book. It can be a great read aloud but you will have to be quite animated to make it work. I think it would be fun to see what kids will come up with to say what doggy dog is not.

    17. Doggy Dog, you are a dog. You are no cat. You are no lam shade. Doggy Dog, you are not a footstool. You are not a potato. Doggy Dog, are you a big piece of cheese? NO! Doggy Dog, you are a dog! Woof! Doggy Dog!

    18. I enjoyed this book because this was a funny book and I enjoy funny books. I also enjoyed this book because there was a little dog and I like little dogs.

    19. Both Doggy Dog and Sluggy Slug are fun books for little onesbut are the most fun when seen performed by Mr. Raschka himself!

    20. I liked this book because it was nice and simple. I also liked how my teacher Dr. Meyers read this story in a deep silly voice. I will definitely be reading this book to my students.

    21. Silly and simple! I wish I had a bookshelf to fit this on, because I would not want to forget about it. Great little book filled with sight words (are, not, you) and just funny. Love it.

    22. A simple book. My professor read it in such a funny way that made me love the book. It's a real sweet and humorous book.

    23. This book has simple language, but is funny so that little ones can laugh and learn about comparison of different objects.

    24. Oh my goodness I am in LOVE with this book! I don't think I would have loved it nearly as much if it hadn't been read to me by my professor. Such a cute book!!!!

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