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Good Dog, Aggie

Good Dog Aggie In this sequel to Aggie and Ben the best friends are back for boy and his dog fun Young readers will laugh out loud at Aggies irrepressible antics and Bens determined attempts to train her Three shor

  • Title: Good Dog, Aggie
  • Author: Lori Ries Frank W. Dormer
  • ISBN: 9781570916458
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this sequel to Aggie and Ben, the best friends are back for boy and his dog fun Young readers will laugh out loud at Aggies irrepressible antics and Bens determined attempts to train her Three short chapters, just right for beginning readers, follow Aggie and Ben on their adventures in doggie training, obedience, and friendship Frank Dormers spirited and expressIn this sequel to Aggie and Ben, the best friends are back for boy and his dog fun Young readers will laugh out loud at Aggies irrepressible antics and Bens determined attempts to train her Three short chapters, just right for beginning readers, follow Aggie and Ben on their adventures in doggie training, obedience, and friendship Frank Dormers spirited and expressive illustrations are as unrestrained as Aggie herself.

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    1. Ries, L. (2009). Good Dog, Aggie. Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge.978157091645848 pagesAppetizer: A wonderful transition from picturebooks to early readers, Good Dog, Aggie shares the story of a young boy, Ben, and his dog, Aggie. Since Aggie doesn't listen to Ben (and actually does eat his homework despite being told no), Ben decides to take her to obedience school at the pet shop. But soon the teacher decides Aggie and the boy may be too disruptive for the class. So, it's up to Ben to train Aggie [...]

    2. What do you do when your dog is a bad dog? Will Ben ever be able to train Aggie? Find out by reading these three short stories. Good for 1st/2nd grade readers. AR 1.5 but the book is divided in chapters and a little bit longer so it could be okay for a 1st grader if they are okay with a longer story but would be good for a second grader who needs a longer story but the reading level is a bit easier.

    3. To do a really good beginning reader book you have to get past the limitations of the syntax with something special and I don't see that here. It's a sweet but predictable story. I don't like the art -it's scritchy scratchy in a Diary of A Wimpy Kid sort of way, or perhaps more like one of those dreadful little "Bob" books, only with color fill. This is the sort of thing that fills a need, but doesn't rock the world--but then, everyone can't be Mo Willems.

    4. I read this to my son at bedtime. Our dog, Addie, stays by the foot of the bed, while I'm reading. Her ears were working overtime during this story. Each time I read 'Sit, Aggie', they would perk up! We thought it was so cute!

    5. Cute story about a boy and his dog. We've read two other books about these characters and they are simple, but fun stories that are good for beginning readers who are starting chapter books. Our girls love the illustrations and the interaction between Ben and Aggie.

    6. Highly enjoyed this little primer! What an excellent story for beginning readers. The voice of the boy teaching Aggie to be a "good dog" is so independent, specific, and strong.

    7. What a great bookvforcearly/transitional readers. I want more Aggie books. Fans of Henry and Mudge will love this book. It is an easier read.

    8. Aggie is a good dog, but she does not obey! This is a cute beginning reader with fun illustrations.

    9. This is a great book for transitional readers. I hadn't seen it and heard about it through CYBILS short list. Glad I picked it up.

    10. I woudl have said this was more of a reader than a picture book though it is in with PB's. It has chapters about a little boy looking to train his dog. Grades 2+

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