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Dog Who Had Kittens
by Live Oak Media
Written in English
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The Dog Who Had Kittens by Polly Robertus is a charming little book for children about a dog, Baxter, who lived with a cat named Eloise that had kittens.
The dog felt ignored at first but when everyone was gone, sneaked in to see the kittens and liked them. They got along great. I loved that the dog became the kittens playground/5(35). The Dog Who Had Kittens Paperback – January 1, by Janet Stevens (Author) out of 5 stars 27 ratings.
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And now that there are little paws running around the house things change. First things get worse. Then things turn better for good news. The book is about a 5/5(5). Polly M. Robertus lives in Austin, Texas, with her three children.
The Dog Who Had Kittens is her first children's book, but she has had several stories published in Cricket, the Magazine for Children. Janet Stevens’s books have won many awards, including a Caldecott Honor. Her books have been named American Library Association Notable : The Dog Who Had Kittens is her first children's book, but she has had several stories published in Cricket, the Magazine for Children.
Janet Stevens’s books have won many awards, including a Caldecott Honor. Her books have been named American Library Association Notable Books. She is the illustrator of the popular Anansi books written by Eric /5(27). The Dog Who Had Kittens is a favorite book of Ladybug’s, featuring Eloise the cat and Baxter the dog.
I had never heard of this book until it showed up in a stack of books someone gave us. It is on the longer side, so you’ll want to snuggle up if you plan to read this each day during the unit.
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Get this from a library. The dog who had kittens. [Polly M Robertus; Janet Stevens] -- Baxter the basset hound comes to the aid of some kittens when their mother disappears one afternoon. Baxter the Basset Hound comes to the aid of some kittens when their mother disappears one afternoon.
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I love setting up a central area for our theme focus and my daughter loves it too. I gather our toys and books together and display them the night before we begin our unit. It helps to draw her in and get her excited about our learning time together. The Dog Who Had Kittens Oxford University Press, Hardcover, ; The Dog Who Had Kittens Trumpet club, Paperback, ; The Dog Who Had Kittens [With Hardcover Book] Live Oak Media, Audio Cassette, ; Dog Who Had Kittens Tandem Library, Hardcover, ; Dog Who Had Kittens: Readalong Teacher's Package Live Oak Media, Paperback, /5().
Buy The Dog Who Had Kittens by Polly M Robertus online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 4 editions - starting at $ Shop now. How Baxter, a basset hound, becomes self-appointed babysitter to a litter of kittens whose mother, Eloise, he considers irresponsible.
The two have some pungent disagreements about kitten-tending; but once the kittens have been given away, they sensibly decide to snuggle up together. Told with an amusing lack of sentimentality: in Steven's lively illustrations, Baxter is.
The Dog Who Had Kittens Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson With these multi-leveled lessons, students are encouraged to explore the important elements of any fiction text to support comprehension.
The Dog Who Had KittensISBN: EAN: Written By: Janet StevensIllustrated By: N/ABinding: PaperbackPages: 32Summary: Baxter the Basset Hound comes to the aid of some kittens when their mother disappears one afternoon.
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The Dog Who Had Kittens by Polly Robertus Illustrator(s): Janet Stevens eBook | Pages: 32 Size: 10 X 9 | USD: $ ISBN: Publication Date: January 1, Age: | Guided Reading Level: R. About the Book. When Eloise has kittens, Baxter the Basset Hound feels ignored. He is miserable until he meets the kittens for the very first time.
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