Robinhound Crusoe

Robinhound Crusoe Oakdale is shut down during a blackout and Joe s big chance to get noticed by the eighth grade basketball coach will be left in the dark unless he and Wishbone can somehow hightail it across town to

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  • Title: Robinhound Crusoe
  • Author: Caroline Leavitt
  • ISBN: 9780590149297
  • Page: 445
  • Format: None
  • Oakdale is shut down during a blackout, and Joe s big chance to get noticed by the eighth grade basketball coach will be left in the dark unless he and Wishbone can somehow hightail it across town to the game in time Their adventure reminds Wishbone of Daniel Defoe s great tale Robinson Crusoe Wishbone imagines himself as Crusoe, the lone survivor of a shipwreck, tossOakdale is shut down during a blackout, and Joe s big chance to get noticed by the eighth grade basketball coach will be left in the dark unless he and Wishbone can somehow hightail it across town to the game in time Their adventure reminds Wishbone of Daniel Defoe s great tale Robinson Crusoe Wishbone imagines himself as Crusoe, the lone survivor of a shipwreck, tossed into a deset isle without food, shelter, or friends He soon finds himself battling nature, wild cats, and hungry cannibals It will take every ounce of brains and courage this canine castaway has to beat the odds and save the day

    One thought on “Robinhound Crusoe”

    1. Again, a cute book with Wishbone. I have never like the Adventures as much as the Classics, since the Adventures have chapters for modern day, which I think take away space needed to tell the story. The authors usually do a good job of keeping the modern day with Joe narrative relevant to the story they are retelling, however. This one was good, and there were not as many modern day chapters as in some others, so I do think is one of the better ones from this particular Wishbone series.

    2. First of all I never read Robinson Crusoe nor did I get a chance to see this actual episode if it was one. If I get the chance will I read the whole book or another version like an Illustrated Classic? Truthfully I cannot say since there was too much similarities with this particular book and "Swiss Family Robinson", which I do enjoy. The actual reading of the Wishbone story is easy to understand but doesn't have the exact Wishbone flair that I am used to. Although Wishbone was his normal person [...]

    3. Talk about being taken back to ones childhood. I used to watch Wishbone all the time growing up and it exposed me to some great books. Robinson Crusoe being a book I was exposed to because of Wishbone (the show also explaining my liking of Jack Russell Terriers). We need more shows like Wishbone to encourage a new generation to pick up classics like this one, even if it's been tweaked for the show. I think I went looking for the original after I read this.

    4. I had to rate this one five stars because it was the first chapter book that I ever read on my own. I remember when I was finished my mom wrote my name and the date in the cover to remember it. The book probably got thrown away sometime in the last 20 years but I'll always remember it! #neverforget

    5. My favorite part was when robinhound got home safely after going on a ship in a huge storme bad part was when he was a castaway on an island after being in a really huge storme best character is wishbone the dog who imagines himself as Robinson Crusoee bad character is the cannibals who was going to eat Robinson's friend.Auryn 9yo

    6. I really got into this book. I think I'm going through a second childhood. I was interested in learning if Joe would make it to his game on time. And I love the way it is interwoven with Robinson Crusoe.

    7. I think this a wonderful book about a boy and his dog. The dog (Wishbone) has a great imagation and loved to tell classic tales which makes a great combination of stories.

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