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JC Greenburg begins the book with a short bio of ach of characters in this Greenburg begins the book a short bio of A Fairly Honourable Defeat each of the characters in this of books which I thought was a great way to get studentsngaged in the text but also help them to have a better understanding of the character s traits and how they might ffect the stories In this book Andrew Thud understanding of the character s traits and how they might ffect the stories In this book Andrew Thud Judy are set off on an adventure when they are accidentally shrunk by one of Andrew s inventions They find themselves traveling throughout the body of the next door neighbors dog as they try to make their way back to the shrinking machine before it s too late This a great read aloud book The students love the humor the author gives but that it also has some real information about the things the characters Elisabeth Shue 135 Success Facts - Everything You Need to Know about Elisabeth Shue encounter such as dust mites being trapped in a oily hair follicle or the mucus of the dog This has the students wanting to go fact check this information and see if it s true which I think is a great way to keep the readersngaged and wanting to listen to This book was brought by a student in my classroom who that it was a great book and the class would like it and she was right We have ordered books from this series for our classroom I think the humor and adventure in this book makes it s WOW book The idea of giving the students real information but also interesting is a great way to keep reading fun Definitely a good read for students in grades 2 5 because it does have some complex vocabulary They are very short chapter books but very fun to read not a lot of action to it mostly wired and gross things The premise is really interesting and the book series is a great way to present science to kids in an The Man Without a Face exciting fictionalized way The one thing that drives me nuts though is how Thudd always always speaks in baby talk Ind up altering that when reading out loud to my kids A bit older but still funAndrew builds a shrink ray then accidentally shrinks himself and his cousin They Happy Easter, Mouse! (If You Give...) end up on the neighbor dog Harley and fight to get off of him and back to the shrink ray to undo what they ve doneEnds with a TBC cliffhangernding I m guessing book 2 solves this problem but then starts anotherA bit Magic School Bus y with Andrew and Judy shrinking and Gone (Gone, exploring the dog Robot friend Thudd teaches them facts about whatever they rexploring with helpful pictures included It is a weird first book as it feel like it is picking up in the middle of the story I must admitI have mixed feelings about this Drew and Judy find themselves lost on their neighbor’s dog where they Threads Of The Shroud encounterverything from colossal fleas to This is a cute story similar to Honey I shrunk the Kids movie The main character is Andrew a boy inventor His sidekick is a pocket sized robot that his uncle game him His partner in adventure is Judy his cousin Andrew takes his new invention a machine that shrinks things outside and it accidentally is triggered shrinking Judy and Andrew who find themselves on Harley the dog There are lots of scientific information about dogs throughout the story and at the All Seated on the Ground end of the book in an appendix There is also a list of references about microscopic insectsWhile I liked the story I didn t like these things about it This is a beginning chapter book thatnds in a cliff hanger You must read "THE NEXT BOOK TO SEE HOW "next book to see how resolves This seems a bit unfair for a beginning reader The robot character is smart but baby talks misprouncing names tc This was a bit odd and annoying This book should appeal to 1st and 2nd graders who are moving
into chapter books and who like science Andrew Dubble is a chapter books and who like science Andrew Dubble is a year old inuisitive boy who loves to invent things He has just finished creating the Atom Sucker when things go terribly wrong He and Judy his 13 year old cousin nd up being shrunk and the adventure begins The neighbor Mrs Scuttle has a dog named Harley The two kids Wiring end up on Harley and learn all about a dog s smelling ability sneezing speed andven yelash mites from THUDD THUDD is The Handy Ultra Digital Detective that comes in uite handy to Andrew and Judy on this hair raising adventure As with all of the books in this series it is filled with scientific facts Learn about dog goosebumps and what colors dogs can see This book will provide interesting facts additional readings and the first chapter of the next book in the series Get involved in the science fair at your school Use some of the facts in this story to get you started Get a group of friends together to read the series Starting your own book club can be fun Visit the website of the author
wwwandrewlostcom Science Make a list of some of the amazing facts shared in this storya dog s smelling ability a Science Make a list of some of the amazing facts shared in this storya dog s smelling ability a s sneezing speed skin flakes and dust mites a dog s senses goosebumps on dogsthe list could go on and on Share some of these ideas with friends You may find that they want to read the story as well There are several things that are frustrating about this book1 A key character is a robot The robot talks in weird fragments and mispronounces w Andrew Lost on the Dog is a great xample of an adv. When Andrew’s latest invention the Atom Sucker goes haywire Andrew and Judy are shrunk down to microscopic level An.
download On the Dog Andrew Lost #1Ook I liked this book It was kind of fun Andrew accidentally shrinks himself his cousin and his robot buddy to insect size and they Jingling Daddys Bells BDSM Menage end up on a neighbor s dog The reader learns a ton about dogs and people their senses and information about skin However the booknds with a to be continued Really A to be continued Many The DOS early readers don t always have access to seuelsand this onends on a cliff hanger of sorts What happens with young children who depend on the school or public library for books What if the library doesn t have the seuel Most Against All Odds early chapter book series wrap up a story and allow children to pretty much start anywhere in the series Does anyone know if all of the books in this seriesnds in thi This book was very interesting It would be a great book for transitional readers who are interested in dogs technology and adventure This book would be used for independent reading Students in third or fourth grade would love this book because it holds the readers attention and it is nonfiction There are not pictures on Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, and Metabolism every page and the sentence length is about six toight words The words should be familiar to students in third or
fourth grade The font size is smaller than beginning readers and the book is splitgrade The font size is smaller than beginning readers and the book is split chapters This book is a good length for transitional readers it is ten chapters and 60 pages Some things I like about this book are the table of contents and the character introduction In this book the characters are ach given a short introduction before the book starts I think this will help the student develop a sense for the characters and see the character development throughout the book This books story line should be familiar to students and it is not complex The only part of the book students may need help figuring out is a digital robot like character that shrinks the other characters to a tiny size The books text is displayed in a way that is not confusing to children and the images just provide a source for the students to visualize what is going "on I think this book is great for transitional readers specially if they "I think this book is great for transitional readers Payment Due especially if they adventure One other fun part about this book is that it provides a true facts section at thend of the book for students to read and develop new knowledge on My six year old science loving son absolutely devours these books He likes to read but often chooses to play insteadthese books have changed that He is fascinated and delighted by them I love seeing him with his nose in a book. Rab like yelash mites Now they have to find their way back to the Atom Sucker and get unshrunk before it’s too lat.