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No, No, Titus!

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  4 reviews
At first Titus the dog has trouble discovering exactly what his job is on the farm, but then a fox's approach to the chicken coop helps him understand how valuable he is.
Library Binding, 32 pages
Published April 1st 1997 by NorthSouth (first published 1997)
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I took Spanish is 6th Grade..that was the last time. Reading this in Spanish I am sure was an insult to all Spanish speaking people. We learned a little from reading it is horrible Spanish Zorro=fox. Dogs don't woof they guau, guau, so.. it is clearly more rhythmic in Spanish
This is a cute story about a dog named Tito (Titus in English) who goes to live in a farm. In the story, he learns what it means to be a dog by trying to do things that children, the farmer, and the other animals. Dogs don't give milk or lay eggs, but they sure can do a lot to protect the farm!

I used this story for dog-themed Spanish and bilingual story time programs. It could be used for a variety of themes, including farms or transportation since it has a bus and a tractor (Tito tries to go on
Takeisha Hannor
Good book with great pictures to assist ELLs. I like the fact that the book is in Spanish and English. I think children would enjoy reading this book and learning about farm animals. The book helps children learn animal sounds.
Katie Scherrer
Presents very well for storytime; not too text-heavy. Can use in one language or bilingually. Great story of a little dog new to the farm who must find his place and purpose. I love the mixed media illustrations.
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