How to Behave at a Dog Show

How to Behave at a Dog Show Julia and Charles can t wait to enter Rexie in the Happy Tails Best of Breed Dog Show To prepare Julia will show Charles how to give Rexie a bath Charles will show Julia how to dye a dog blue Julia w

  • Title: How to Behave at a Dog Show
  • Author: Madelyn Rosenberg Heather Ross
  • ISBN: 9780062279279
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Julia and Charles can t wait to enter Rexie in the Happy Tails Best of Breed Dog Show To prepare, Julia will show Charles how to give Rexie a bath Charles will show Julia how to dye a dog blue Julia will don a proper handler outfit Rexie will don the smell of skunk.Julia will get them to the show on time Charles will make sure their entrance is grand and their exit evJulia and Charles can t wait to enter Rexie in the Happy Tails Best of Breed Dog Show To prepare, Julia will show Charles how to give Rexie a bath Charles will show Julia how to dye a dog blue Julia will don a proper handler outfit Rexie will don the smell of skunk.Julia will get them to the show on time Charles will make sure their entrance is grand and their exit even grander.Meanwhile, Rexie will teach both of them that while not everyone can be Best in Show, everyone is Best in Something.Madelyn Rosenberg and Heather Ross revisit the characters from How to Behave at a Tea Party with another sweet and silly story filled with sibling antics, laugh out loud moments, and undeniable heart.

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    1. Within the last thirty days my wonderful four-footed furry friend and I have traveled from Michigan to Montana and back and then out to Montana to our new home. During these trips one thing has been abundantly clear; people with dogs enjoy the ride with more leisure. Rest areas and places of interest are evidence of frequent pauses and longer periods of rest. Our canine companions' needs are telling us to slow down, stop and smell the scent of a gazillion dogs. Another observation and lesson hum [...]

    2. Julia and Charles do their best to prepare their dog Rexie for the Happy Tails Best of Breed Dog Show, but things don’t go quite as planned. The run in with the skunk definitely didn’t help. And winning dogs don’t bite judges. Sometimes it takes losing to discover what really makes you a winner. This is the second How to Behave story by Madelyn Rosenberg. The story’s main character Julia knows how to behave at functions, but her little brother Charles and dog Rexie don’t live up to fes [...]

    3. It's all about perceptions. This book does an excellent job of comparing grown-up thinking, kid thinking and dog thinking, and presenting the ways in which the differences can lead to interesting results.Julia clearly wants to enter the family dog in the fancy grown-up dog show. Charles, the younger brother, is going along with the idea for fun, but the dog just isn't interested, and not at all cooperative.Skunks, blue hair dye and a neighborly frog all contribute to the resulting chaos, but the [...]

    4. How to Behave at a Dog Show is a delightful book! I love how the story shows that we all have differences and sometimes what we are good at is not always inside the box. It's also a story about friendship and looking for the best in others. The illustrations fit perfectly. I couldn't help but smiling as I read this book and thought abut how the story looks for the best in our loved ones. We need more stories of encouragement like this! Well done!I received this book for free on in exchange for [...]

    5. Took me right back to my childhood when I wanted to enter my dog into a dog show. My dog would have behaved the same way and the trial and errors to train her were just as fun as author Madelyn Rosenberg and illustrator Heather Ross have portrayed in this book.They did it one step further though which brought on more smiles and giggles from me. Read it to find out what those were.A Katherine Tegen Book and Imprint of Harper Collins.

    6. I just wasn't a fan of this one. I feel like the start feels like it picks up in the middle (or at least after the start) of the book. I suppose kids with dogs could maybe relate and follow some of this, but other kids reading this or hearing it as a read aloud in class might get lost. Even as a dog lover, and a book lover, I felt it was very busy and chaotic, and it jumped around a bit. Cute idea, but I couldn't keep up with the execution.

    7. Dog fans will delight in this entertaining story about children who attempt to groom their dog for a dog show, with hilarious if disastrously predictable results. Cute & entertaining fun, especially when they choose to hold their own contest - a more successful and creative fare. Highly recommended.

    8. Rexie is the kind of dog that doesn't fit in at an official dog show. So, Julia and Charles create their own Best of the Best Pet show, in which Rexie's talents propel him to the top.So cute with hilarious illustrations (keep an eye on the frog!). I'm anxious to read this one to my students.

    9. Rexie's personality shines through from the start, and the cast of competitive characters never gives up, never failing to see Rexie as the best dog in the world. The word choices, the repeated patterns, and visual humor will generate plenty of "read it again" responses.

    10. Filled with cute illustrations, HOW TO BEHAVE AT A DOG SHOW is a books adults and children will both love. Julia and Charles try to enter their dog Rexie into a local dog show with disastrous and hilarious results. In the end, if you can't beat 'em, make your own competition and do it your way.

    11. Perfect marriage of illustrations and text. The humor is delightfully portrayed through illustration, making Julia's already strong voice come fully alive. Young readers will pore over the pages again and again.

    12. Lots of fun to read and compare the perceptions of the adults, kids and pets in this funny picture book. Leads to loads of "How to behave at a " conversation. PreK-grade 2.

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