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Skippyjon Jones in The Dog-House written by Judy Schachner is a sweet and silly picture book about a Siamese .

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Skippyjon Jones in the D. .has been added to your Cart. Best known for her Skippyjon Jones series, Judy Schachner has illustrated many of her own stories, including the much-loved Grannyman and its companion book, Bits & Pieces. A New York Times Bestseller, Judy is also known for her spirited reading of the Skippyjon stories, for which she won the first E. B. White Read Aloud Award. She lives in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Holy guacamole! Meet t he New York Times bestselling Skippyjon Jones! Skippyjon Jones is no ordinary kitten.

In his room for a time-out, Skippyjon Jones lets his imagination take him to a shack where his Chihuahua friends are yipping and yapping and hiding out from the bad Bobble-ito, who has taken over their doghouse. How El Skippito chills the Chihuahuas and banishes the Bobble-ito will make more amigos for this endearing and irresistible rascal! Категория.

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Puffin is updating the Puffin Storytapes™ audio program and converting the cassette tapes to compact discs! our list begins with three perennial classics- Corduroy, Madeline, and Froggy Gets Dressed-as well as one modern classic new to Puffin audio-Skippyjon Jones. each Puffin picture book will be accompanied by compact disc that features a professional reading of each unabridged story and, in. some cases, music. perfect for road trips or quiet bedtime reading, as well as story time, preschool, and home schools, Puffin Storytime™ is sure to please children and parents alike.

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Skippyjon Jones in the Doghouse, Paperback by Schachner, Judith Byron (ILT), ISBN 0142407496, ISBN-13 9780142407493, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK Skippyjon Jones is a Siamese cat who wants to be a Chihuahua dog, despite his mother's efforts to make him think "Siamese. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Skippyjon Jones in the Doghouse by Judy Schachner (Paperback, 2007). Brand new: lowest price.

Puffin continues to update the Puffin Storytapes? audio program and convert the cassette tapes to compact discs! This season, we?re adding another title to our list of Puffin Storytime? packages: Judy Schachner?s Skippyjon Jones in the Doghouse. This Puffin picture book will be accompanied by a compact disc that features a professional reading of the unabridged story. Perfect for road trips or quiet bedtime reading, as well as story time, preschool, and home school, Puffin Storytime: Skippyjon Jones in the Doghouse is sure to please children and parents alike.

Comments: (7)

JoJoshura
I am a huge fan of Skippyjon Jones! I love the whole series. I ordered this as a gift for a friend's daughter who doesn't like to read and she was completely engrossed for over an hour!

She sat on the couch reading, laughing, reading more, giggling hysterically, then starting back over. It was so awesome!

The premise: a young Siamese cat who imagines he's a Chihuahua and goes on all kinds of fun adventures (usually while on time-out) with his Chihuahua buddies. Of course it's all imaginary as Skippyjon is actually in his own room.

The adventures are creative and clever. The drawings are colorful and fun. The characters are adorable. Even as an adult, I enjoy these.

Pro tip: the hardcover has a CD of the song Skippyjon sings while on his journeys and I think reads the book. You can also find the song (or versions of the song) on YouTube. Definitely worth a listen however you access it!
Arcanefist
This is not only an amazing children's story, but an excellent way to help readers with pronunciation of words. It also teaches children Spanish words. As I was reading, I could not help but use a Spanish accent with the Spanish words. I love the words bouncing across the page, as well as the words ending in -ito and -ita, and the cute little rhymes. A Siamese kitten who wants so badly to be a Chihuahua. Kids will love ALL of the characters, especially Skippyjon Jones. He is adorable! This is a must-have book for your children! They will want to read it over and over again. - Candy Grant (Children's Author, Omnibus Publishing)
Peles
Judy Schachner is amazing !! I started buying these Skippyjon Jones books to read to my 2young granddaughters!! We had such a good time & the girls would interact with the clapping & singing& got such enjoyment interacting with the stories that I'm now buying the collection so,hopefully,someday they will be able to share the fun & laughter with their little ones!!!
Marilbine
We love the Skippyjon Jones books, but this one was a bit boring. Not the usual peppy writing, and she has stuck to the same plot and lines in each of her books and by this one it is old. Still fun if you are not very familiar with Skippyjon.
Hulbine
Skippyjon is one of my favorite characters. My granddaughter has discovered him and I have bought this to have a new book to read. We were wearing out the first one. Love the adventures and the accents. He is the hero of every kid that gets sent to their room to think about their behavior.
Tekasa
Your kid may be fascinated by this book without ever understanding why. Is that a good thing? Well, probably -- I'm one of those who feel that literature should stimulate and challenge the brain. But I think most kids might find it hard to follow the wild Spanglish wordplay, to get all the jokes, or even to follow the storyline at first.

Our young reader, whose reading skill is generally higher than the age range proposed here, had trouble figuring out whether Skippyjon really is a cat or a dog. That's partly due to the character's insistence on his alternate identity in the text, but it's also partly due to the fact that the illustrator has exaggerated the cat's doglike characteristics (notably the ears).

In this book Skippyjon is banished to his room for a timeout, where he uses the opportunity for a flight of fancy in his closet. His imagination is wild to the point of being surreal, in my view. That's not necessarily bad, but it is unusual, and you might need a second or third reading to work out just what is happening, and who the "characters" are, and why they are singing such strange and silly songs.

On one hand, the audacity of the text could be viewed as refreshing. But I am tempted to wonder whether Ms. Schachner dashed off this manuscript after sipping a bit too much Mezcal. Since she's an artist, one might say that would be in character, but I have no similar theory to explain why the publisher did not require more tweaking -- just a few things here or there to clarify the story and make it accessible to more readers.

Who knows, perhaps one needs to read the first book in the series to really "get it" -- but that's not a good thing, in my view. Anyway, it is fun to read aloud IF you are familiar with Spanish phonetics and Mexican foods. But if you don't know that "Holy Jalapeno" is alliterative, or how a small white blankie might resemble a tortilla, then you might find the book even more confusing.

Based on just this one book, I'm not ready to buy into the allegations of ethnic stereotyping. Chihuahua is a placename in Mexico, and the dogs are named after it. So, if an *imaginary* cat *imagines* that he is a chihuahua dog, then it makes sense for him to imagine that he speaks Spanish. But since he is NOT REALLY a Mexican dog, it makes sense that he'd only speak a limited amount of often-mangled Spanish -- which is what one finds in the book -- and that his understanding of Mexican culture is superficial.

But I'd want to see other books in this series before reaching a conclusion on that topic. My opinion of this one is that it is quite fresh and the artwork appropriate to the silly subject. And for the past day or so I have been watching a kid picking this book up over and over, often in preference to a pile of other books available. That must count for something!
Nalaylewe
My kids love the Skippy Jon series.
Move along - difficult to read, formulaic caricature of the decent first book. Couldn’t even finish reading this book to my son.
Skippyjon Jones in the Doghouse: Puffin Storytime download epub
Animals
Author: Judy Schachner
ISBN: 0142410411
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals
Language: English
Publisher: Puffin Books; Reprint edition (March 27, 2008)
Pages: 32 pages