[[ PDF / Epub ]] ★ Dogger Author Shirley Hughes – Anguillais.us

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[[ PDF / Epub ]] ★ Dogger Author Shirley Hughes – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Dogger
  • Shirley Hughes
  • English
  • 12 February 2017
  • 9781862308053

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  1. says:

    I had almost forgotten just how good this is Shirley Hughes manages to tread that fine line between emotionally affecting and twee without ever falling into the cutesy pie The story of how Dave loses his beloved Dogger was always a fa...

  2. says:

    I have so many common threads with the lovely story Dogger I too, like Dave had a cuddly toy that i could not be separated from when i was a child and i remember well one cold lonely night when i had to go to bed without my teddy.Family is a constant throughout many of Shirley Hughes stories, with brothers and sisters introduced and featured as main characters within the the story In Dogger i could relate both to Dave and his love for dogger and Bella being the kind older sister I wasn t always kind, but i was an older sister.The school community is also a central theme to the story with Dogger lost when they go to collect Bella from school and found at the school summer fete The summer fete features many activities that were common place when i was at school but when i recently read this story to a small group of year 1 children I found myself having to explain many of the activities that are illustrated The fashion is different as well and it makes a good starting point with younger children to get them to think about whether the story is set in the past or present.During the search for Dogger the illustrations are smaller and laid out in a way that seems to emphasize the panic and eagerness to find poor old lost Dogger as mum tears the house apart looking for him I love the illustration where Dad is out in the garden with a torch and Bella and mum stand by the door while dave looks forlornly out of his bedroom window.In many of t...

  3. says:

    Dogger By Shirley Hughes.I read this story as a child and its one of those most memorable stories from my childhood It has stayed in my family for many years and I have read it on numerous occasions to my own children who have enjoyed it just as much.It s about a young boy called Dave who looses his precious soft toy called dogger and as a result he becomes very sad After searching far and wide dogger is eventually spotted by Dave in his schools summer fair It so happens that Dave doesn t have enough money to buy dogger and a young girl buys it, this makes Dave very upset Dave s sister Bella does something very special to re unite Dave and Dogger once again.The great detailed illustrations in the book...

  4. says:

    This was a wonderful story about loss, gain, friendship and family love Most assuredly worth reading with your child The love a child can have for a favorite toy and what happens when it is gone Be warned, your child may be a b...

  5. says:

    Shirley Hughes is one of the best known and most popular creators of children s books of all time She began to write and design her own picture books when her children were very young because she felt there was a gap in this form of literature She is my favourite children s author, I read her books as a child, I have read them to my own children and I intend to read them to my own class One of my favourites is the story of a soft brown toy called Dogger Dogger belongs to a young boy called Dave who takes him everywhere with him But one day Dogger gets lost and Dave is left really really upset and unable to sleep without him The next day Dave and his family go to the school fair where Dave sees Dogger on sale for 5p, but he doesn t have enough money and is left heart broken when Dogger is bought by a little girl His big sister comes to the rescue and swaps a giant teddy for her brothers Dogger, making Dave a very very happy little boy A fantastic n...

  6. says:

    One of my favourite children s books It made me feel so warm and fuzzy after, I wish I had a sibling who would have done that for me Also, the stuffed dog reminded me of a plush I used to own, which added to the cuteness of this book 3

  7. says:

    It has a 4 for nostalgic reasons I had to include his in my reading log because it is one of my favourite childhood stories I was reading it to my son and just had flashbacks of my childhood Love this book.

  8. says:

    Such a loveable children s book Perfect for a bedtime story with parents or in the classroom looking at decision making The story line of conflict then resolution makes it so relevant for developing children ...

  9. says:

    This enchanting tale follows the love affair between a boy, Dave, and his most treasured possession, his toy dog, Dogger.The eldest out of three, Dave is always accompanied by his Dogger His baby brother has his hard toys for chewing on , his sister Bella has her teddies, but Dave finds full satisfaction in his Dogger They are inseparable.It is therefore a cause for much dismay when after collecting his sister Bella from school, Dave realises that Dogger is no longer with him In fact, he has no idea where he is Despite Bella s kindness in lending him a teddy, nothing can replace Dogger The next day is the school fair a day packed with fun and games for children and parents alike, but Dave is not interested He just wants his Dogger back He searches high and low for him until he stumbles across the toy stall where there, to his shock and horror, peeking out from behind the knitted duck and doll, the familiar face of Dogger is staring back at him with a 5p tag around his neck Although everythin...

  10. says:

    I found this book in the book corner in the year 2 class I am currently placed in Instantly I was drawn to this book as it is one that I remember reading as a child I read this book with a child this afternoon I asked the child questions about the book and they were able to give the answers based on what they had heard This book I would use from year one up to year, adapting the range of questions that I would asked based on the year group I found in this book that you could ask questions about feelings and get the children to empathise with the characters As an extension exercise in literacy I would get the children to write an alternate ending to the story and give other suggestions as to what could have happened to dogger This book would be good to use at circle time also to get the childre...

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