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Quite Enough Hot Dogs

3.60  ·  Rating Details  ·  15 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
- Fits national reading standards by linking images to the text to provide picture clues and introducing age-appropriate vocabulary
- This series meets the Reading First initiative
- The repetitive language, structure, and rhyming patterns help children decipher words
- Word lists at the back of each book help build reading vocabularies
Paperback, 31 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Children's Press(CT) (first published March 28th 2007)
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Edward Creter
This book is a weiner...scuse em, a WINNER! A small boy loves hot dogs, but when he eats too much, he becomes one himself (it's a dream, but he does not know that yet.) and noe his own dog wants to EAT HIM ALIVE! (Doggy loves frankenfurters too!) This one is totally kosher...and this from one reviewer who "answers to a Higher Authority."
Oct 20, 2015 Mandy rated it did not like it
WTF. Little boy wakes up to discover that he is a hot dog and cries tears of yellow mustard before sliding face first down his stairs because he is a hot dog and has no legs. His wiener dog (actual dog) tries to eat him and then he wakes up.
Jan 16, 2016 Chrissy rated it did not like it
A boy, a dog, hot dogs, how weird could it get?

"That was stupid", the worst thing my kid has ever said after finishing a book yet.
Mar 13, 2012 Tam rated it it was amazing
Shelves: early-reader
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Feb 13, 2016 Jackie316 rated it it was amazing
Short & sweet. Funny!
Dec 03, 2013 Emily rated it it was ok
This book is weird, and the illustrations are terrifying, and I had to read it to see where it fell in our classification system. Though I wanted to put it in scary stories, I put it in humor.
My 6 year old pointed out that the people in this book have one thumb and only three fingers. :)
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Wil Mara has been publishing books for the last 25 years. He began with nonfiction for school libraries, moved into children's fiction by ghostwriting five of the popular ‘Boxcar Children Mysteries,' then into adult fiction with his 2005 disaster thriller, Wave, which won the New Jersey Notable Book Award. The next disaster novel, The Gemini Virus, was released in October 2012 to rave reviews by c ...more
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