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The pictures of the animals are charming and funny, and the story os sweet, but not especially clever or original. Katie is visited by the neighbor's dog Ruby. Ruby eats from Katies dish, plays with her toys,a nd plays with the cats. Katie is jealous and does nto want to share, but on a second visit learns taht sharing can be fun. Aug 15, Mary rated it liked it Shelves: childrens-picture-books. Oh, I adore Katie and John Himmelman draws her in such an expressive way.
The only thing that bugged me about this book and it's a small, petty quibble, I admit was that Ruby was allowed by her owner to enter a new house and pretty much run amok. What responsible pet owner would allow her dog to eat another dog's bowl of food without permission or any repercussions?
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May 03, Shelli rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books. Very cute read, although I think Katie loves the Kittens was so much better. Katie learns a lesson in sharing her beloved kittens from book 1 who are now cats, her food and her toy with the neighbor dog. She really really doesn't want to, but tries her very best to do better on the second visit. Sharing is not always easy but it is always more fun than playing alone. May 14, Sondra Eklund rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books-read-in This time Katie's learning how to be a friend -- with the puppy next door. Now, that other puppy is not very nice.
I would not want to be the owner of these two trashing the house! But the message is good, and it's nice to have dogs in the situation rather than kids -- gives a nice distance from the subject, with lots of room to talk about it. And I still love John Himmelman's artwork! Sep 15, Randi Haranzo rated it liked it.
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This author greatly examines the moral of sharing. One puppy is introduced as the friendly neighbor and becomes "at home" when she is invited over. Meanwhile, the main character, Katie the puppy, feels upset because the new puppy is using her toys and eating her food. If you would like to implement sharing in your classroom, this book would be a great one for a lesson plan.
Jun 19, Bethany Boutin rated it it was amazing. Sometimes it's really hard to share what's yours! But as little dog Katie discovers, a little self-control can be quite rewarding.
Katie and the Puppy Next Door
This had me laughing along as I was reminded of my own stubborn little dog's amusing territorial personality. Apr 22, Rachel rated it liked it Shelves: picture-book , read Typical friendship story. The irrepressible Katie returns in a second outing about learning to share with a new friend.
Jul 05, Karen Arendt rated it really liked it Shelves: character-ed , friendship , picture-books. The story line is pretty obvious but fans of Katie loves the kittens will enjoy the story. Also good for Pre-k to kindergarten as a discussion tool on sharing. Sep 08, Sharon Lawler rated it liked it Shelves: a-picturebooks , animal-dogs , conflict-resolution , friendship , animal-cats. A lesson in sharing that most kids can understand. May 24, Bree rated it it was ok Shelves: preschool-books. Notes: cute artwork story about jealousy and self-control. Mar 22, Kelsey added it Shelves: friendship , preschool , animals-dogs.
Apr 10, Edward Sullivan rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books. Pooch learns sharing can be fun. Apr 11, Melissa rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books. I liked this, but not like I did "Katie Loves the Kittens". It does send a great message about sharing. Curious to see what kids would think.
Apr 01, Heather rated it it was ok. This was nice how everything worked out in the end, but this book wasn't as good as Katie loves the Kitties. May 20, Bethe rated it liked it Shelves: childrens-realistic , dogs. Kids aren't the only ones who needs to learn how to share with new friends - pups too!
May 13, Lara rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , childrens , picture-books , libraried. Cute story about learning to share with new friends. I feel like it ends somewhat abruptly, but the illustrations are cute and it's a nice, simple book that young dog lovers will enjoy. Alexandria rated it really liked it Oct 31, Thank you for the story Abby! It was super rainy and grey all this week, but the claim is that it's going to be better for the rest of this week!
Except I'll be in another state after tomorrow morning. That's such a cute story! Dear Friends, Thank you all for the visits! Barbara, I love this book!
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