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There are big dogs, little dogs, curly dogs, dogs that sniff, and dogs that wag their tails. But only one dog will get biscuits from twins Jimmy and Janet -- or will it? Maybe dog biscuits aren't just for dogs after all!
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 20th 1996 by HarperCollins (first published March 1st 1986)
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Flannery
What kind of troll gives a Beverly Cleary children's book one star, right? Don't worry, I'll tell you exactly why...while spoiling the entire plot of this very short picture book:

Twins, a boy and a girl, are given two milkbone dog biscuits.
They leave them various places around the house until they decide to give them to dogs.
They then go around town seeing all sorts of dogs with their biscuits in their pockets and VETO EACH ONE for reasons like the size of the dog or the fact that the dog barked
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Robin Morris
Dec 16, 2015 Robin Morris rated it it was ok
A very simple story about 4-year-old twins who eventually feed dog biscuits to a cat. The story ends with their father coming home and the twins' recapping the book for him. The father exclaims, "What a joke on Mother!"
Jennie Park
Apr 07, 2011 Jennie Park added it
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Beverly Cleary has been my all time favorite children's author. This story is about two twins who got dog biscuits from their neighbor and are looking for dogs in the park to give it to. Finally, the twins decide to give their dog biscuit to a cat. Their mother said that cats could not eat dog biscuits but the twins proved her wrong. One message that is conveyed through this story is that no one is perfect, not even adults! Adults can make mistakes and can learn different facts just like childre ...more
Shuntia Williams
Mar 03, 2011 Shuntia Williams rated it liked it
Shelves: curiousity
In this book two twins are searching for a dog to give their biscuits to. When they can't find a dog they try giving their biscuits to a cat who actually ate it! I would use this story with students when talking about prediction.
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Beverly Cleary (born April 12, 1916) is the author of over 30 books for young adults and children. Her characters are normal children facing challenges that many of us face growing up, and her stories are liberally laced with humour. Some of her best known and loved characters are Ramona Quimby and her sister Beatrice ("Beezus"), Henry Huggins, and Ralph S. Mouse.

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