Honestly, it would make a great book for an average of a 5th grader. This would not be a book I would read again any time soon, however, may glance at it in the future to review. She starts to make them weekly and continues for a while. After all, they both made a difference and were proud. Aug 05, Susan rated it liked it Shelves: This is the second in the "dogs" series Duncan is writing. The first was "Hotel for Dogs. It's a big success, but they make a couple of mistakes and are shut down.
Then dogs in their neighborhood start getting "dognapped" and they, with Aunt Alice's help, must find the dognappers. I enjoyed this book, but it's not one of my favorites. Maybe if I were in 4th grade it would be, though. I didn't like the way the kids' parents were This is the second in the "dogs" series Duncan is writing. I didn't like the way the kids' parents were portrayed--completely out of touch with what their children were doing and never listening to nor believing what their children told them.
Glad they weren't my parents! Jul 25, Carie rated it really liked it. This is one of our state award nominees for grades and I think it will be a big hit. First of all, it involves dogs - can't go wrong there.
The main story revolves around the Dog newspaper that Andi and her brother Bruce start in their neighborhood. Bruce reluctantly joins in Andi's newspaper venture so he can earn money to buy a dog from his neighbor. The paper is more successful than they could have imagined. But success breeds jealousy also. Dogs begin to get kidnapped, and Bruce and Andi This is one of our state award nominees for grades and I think it will be a big hit.
Dogs begin to get kidnapped, and Bruce and Andi have to solve the crime. If you like adventure and dog stories, this is the book for you! Nov 23, Jana rated it liked it Shelves: This was a pretty cute book.
My ten year son and I started listening to this together on CD, but then he decided the narrator was too annoying, and didn't like her voices for the characters, so I read the rest to him. We had fun reading it. I think he was a little bored until the mystery started to really happen. He had the mystery figured out pretty early on, but I don't know if it was meant to be hard to figure out. I may give it more if I was his age, but I liked it well enough, but didn't lo This was a pretty cute book.
I may give it more if I was his age, but I liked it well enough, but didn't love it. It was fun, though, reading it with him.
The latest Tweets from News For Dogs (@RealNewsForDogs). Dog's BEST Friend - The most trusted source for news for dogs. News For Dogs Mass Market Paperback – May 1, Lois Duncan modeled the main character in HOTEL FOR DOGS after her childhood self. Today she is the author of 50 books, most of them for young people.
May 26, Catherine rated it really liked it. I really liked this book once I got into it. It's definitely a younger oriented story. The first part is more about the newspaper. The second half is interesting because it talks about how they used tracking devices and computers and such to solve the mystery and catch the kidnappers. Once I got to that part, I just had to finish it! I would reccommend it to anyone who loves dogs and wants an I really liked this book once I got into it. Feb 07, Melissa rated it really liked it. Great book for parents and a first grader to read together.
This is the second book after Hotel for Dogs. The kids start a hilarious pet themed newsletter. However, intrigue and suspense commence when a neighborhood dog is kidnapped for ransom. The kids must uncover the dog nappers before the neighbors and themselves go broke trying to get their dogs back.
Jan 13, Emiley rated it really liked it. In my book News For Dogs was about Andi and her older brother Bruce, and their journey to make a newspaper for dogs in her neighborhood. Then something goes wrong when dognappers on the loose. They made the dogs's owner pay a ransom to get their dog back. Feb 27, Ginny Daniels rated it liked it. News for Dogs is an easy read for reluctant readers because it is easy to make connections to for children who have dogs as pets.
It contains a flourishing newspaper business that has a brief online success. It also has dognappers and a crime to solve. Jan 01, Alyssa rated it liked it. This book was just a really fun, and cute book!
I got it in 4th grade from my teacher, so I decided to read it. I finished it in around a day, give of take. Just a fun, adventerous book that's an easy read. May 25, Naydelin Estrada rated it it was amazing.
This is good book about dogs and more. Mar 12, Veronika rated it liked it. Aug 11, Shelby rated it really liked it. It made me laugh alot! Sep 10, Christina rated it liked it Shelves: I felt like this book had about 50 pages of unnecessary text, however, my girls loved it. I will advocate for anything that gets kids excited about reading.
Jan 15, Lisa rated it really liked it. I'm leading Annie's book club at St.
Francis, so I'm reading what they read. So far, so good Nov 01, Olivia rated it it was amazing. I loved this book. Mar 05, Kelly rated it it was amazing. May 23, Dondero rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked this book because it's about a newspaper for dogs. Nov 01, Camille added it. Your password will not be reset! I'll reset password later.
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