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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Personally, I spent my entire first reading of this book worried about the dog, Willy, but like the protagonist, both he and his owner are fine at the end. Extremely successful as a read-aloud for third through fifth grades or for book discussion groups, How to Steal a Dog has gained a host of fans, many who believe that it is the best book that they have ever read.
These are the rules for finding a dog: 1. The dog must not bark too much.
The dog must not bite. The dog must be outside by itself sometimes. The dog must be loved a lot and not just some old dog that nobody cares about. The owner of the dog must look like somebody who will pay a lot of money to get their dog back, like maybe someone who has a big house and rides in a limo or something like that.
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Thanks for mentioning it! However, once I read it, I was smitten.
I agree. I was bothered by this book but the ethical issues were tackled in a profound way. When I booktalk it I present situation in which a person could be desperate enough to do something.
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This is one of my favourite novels to read aloud. I recommend it to everyone when they are looking for a book that will spark rich discussion. My students were spellbound when I read this book to them. I would hear them talking about it throughout the entire day.
Such a truly fantastic book. We adopted a dog six months ago and my son Theo is obsessed with dog books. It sparked several interesting discussions. Great to see this post which might bring it to more readers. Thanks everyone for your posts on How to Steal a Dog; I was happy Angus to hear about your experience with your son.
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So many children have fallen under the spell of this book. What a powerful first line. Thank you for recommending, Anita. Name required.
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