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Space Dog By Mini Grey,

  • Title: Space Dog
  • Author: Mini Grey
  • ISBN: 9780553510584
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Meet Space Dog, Astrocat, and Mousetronaut in this hilarious adventure about teamwork and unexpected friendship from the award winning creator of Traction Man Space Dog is zooming through Cake Space on the SS Kennel when he receives the first of many distress calls from the vast Spooniverse Can he rescue the Cereal People, plug up the Ketchup Volcanoes, and defeat theMeet Space Dog, Astrocat, and Mousetronaut in this hilarious adventure about teamwork and unexpected friendship from the award winning creator of Traction Man Space Dog is zooming through Cake Space on the SS Kennel when he receives the first of many distress calls from the vast Spooniverse Can he rescue the Cereal People, plug up the Ketchup Volcanoes, and defeat the Cheese Ants All on his own He might need some help But Space Dogs, Astrocats, and Mousetronauts have always been sworn enemies Can they put aside their differences to save the Spooniverse This hilarious offering from the award winning Mini Grey is a non stop adventure, a celebration of imaginative play, and a triumphant story in which sworn enemies become sworn friends
    Space Dog Meet Space Dog Astrocat and Mousetronaut in this hilarious adventure about teamwork and unexpected friendship from the award winning creator of Traction Man Space Dog is zooming through Cake Space o

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    1. Mini Grey is one of our favorite kids authors and artists, and she nails it with this very British scifi picture book The style is vintage radio drama, the protagonists are cute animals, and the message is inter species harmony What could you need Once you ve read the story, double back and look closely at the newspaper backgrounds in the introduction to our characters and don t miss the end papers, of course.If you haven t read her other books Toys in Space and the Traction Man Is Here series, [...]

    2. Mini grey is one of my favourite children s writer illustrators of recent times Her last book HERMELIN was nigh on perfection but this somehow is even better The great thing about children s fiction is that you can get away with high levels of absurdism And this has it in joyful bucketloads From cereal planets suffering from a milk drought to sausage and bacon people being terrorised by ketchup volcanoes It also has a fun message about friendship which just makes this THE perfect read Highly hig [...]

    3. This book shows a cat, dog and mouse all flying around space visiting different planets which are in need of help The story starts with Space Dog who is on a mission but finds himself lonely on the spaceship with the same food and playing Dogopoly on his own On their home planet, dogs, mice and cats are all sworn enemies but due to various disasters which occur along their journeys, the three astronauts end up together saving one another Their last mission involved saving the mouse from the chee [...]

    4. Grey, Mini Space Dog, Alfred A Knopf, 2015 17.99 PICTURE BOOK Content GAfter many exciting adventures blasting across the universe, Space Dog is finally traveling home Suddenly he gets a distress call from Astrocat who is stuck in a lake of thick cream and sinking fast Space Dog must help, but everyone knows Space Dogs and Astrocats are sworn enemies What will happen when these foes are forced to share a spaceship together This book is a hilarious quirky delight that all readers, young and old, [...]

    5. This book is about a space dog, astrocat and moustronaut who are sworn enemies on their home planet As they whoosh around the universe space dog saves the astrocat and then they both save the moustronaut The three realise that it is ok to go against stereotypes and be friends as they get along and a space team is better when you work together I enjoyed this book however, I personally feel it may be a bit long.

    6. Sworn enemies Space Dog, Astrocat, and Mousetraut team up to save the Spooniverse Best for older elementary students, many plays on words imaginative with a space theme.

    7. Cartoon style story set in the future with a dog, cat and mouse saving folks in distress across the universe Lots of fun Recommended Gr 2 5.

    8. Being a Space Dog is hard work, especially in a busy, animated, anthropomorphic food Spooniverse Our hero wants to go home, but gets wrapped up solving the Spooniverse s problems along the way I love how this character challenges himself to veer away from his normal routine and explore unchartered territory Themes of taking risks, friendship, and teamwork are present With that combination, anything is possible The cartoonish illustrations are worthy of a television series The commercialism is ap [...]

    9. Filled with puns, strange places and citizens, this picture book follows the adventures of three most unlikely of friends Space Dog, Astrocat, and Moustronaut as they end up helping each other Despite the fact that a mouse, a cat, and a dog are natural enemies and might seem to have nothing in common, the three find that they share some interests and might be able to peacefully coexist in the right space and time Along with pages that resemble cartoon strips with their lively colors and panels, [...]

    10. Space Dog traveled through space, trying to help people and planets in outer space He saved the cereal planet from being too dry and the milk planet from being too wet He pulled out a hairball from a stinky drain He judged a hat competition But he was going to go home to his home planet when he heard a distress signal He went to the planet and rescued a cat The cat was sinking into some cream Space dogs and Astrocats are supposed to be enemies, but they decide to work together Then they rescue t [...]

    11. This picture book follows the adventures of Space Dog, a traveler from the year 3043 returning from a long jouney back to his Home Planet All the reader knows about Home Planet is that Space Dogs, Astrocats and Mousetronauts are sworn enemies On Space Dog s adventure home, he answers several distress calls and eventually becomes friends with an Astrocat and Mousetronaut The three travelers put aside their differences and try friendship instead of hatred This story loosely uses the Hero s Journey [...]

    12. Meet Space Dog, Astrocat, and Mousetronaut in this hilarious adventure about teamwork and unexpected friendship from the award winning creator of Traction Man Space Dog is zooming through Cake Space on the SS Kennel when he receives the first of many distress calls from the vast Spooniverse Can he rescue the Cereal People, plug up the Ketchup Volcanoes, and defeat the Cheese Ants All on his own He might need some help But Space Dogs, Astrocats, and Mousetronauts have always been sworn enemies Ca [...]

    13. Mini Grey is one of my favorite author illustrator that few others know about Space Dog is loaded with interesting visual detours and plays on words the end pages themselves are filled with things to look at , but at its heart is a story about enemies discovering they might have in common and might actually be able to find joy in life as friends Why return to a world in which others define who we should like and dislike Why not start a world in which those rules don t apply Not a bad message f [...]

    14. For kids and parents who love reading and thinking about outer space adventures, cheese, or imagining amazing animals like Space Dog, Astrocat, and Moustronaut, Space Dog is the perfect read aloud story to enjoy The illustrations are lively and action packed, and the story line takes readers from one dog solving outer space problems all alone across the galaxy all the way from the Breakfast Cluster to the Pastaroid Belt to a trio of three great animal friends who have each other s backs Unique a [...]

    15. Pros important message about moving beyond stereotypes of other groups, silly wordplay scenarios for performing rescues, outer space is cool, shows importance of having friends to play withCons very scary looking Cheese Ants trying to BBQ one of the astronauts, new friends feel like it s hopeless that they d be able to stay friends when they return to their own groups on their home planet and so they stay away rather than trying to build bridges between groups on their home planet

    16. My son is in love with this book I can t say it any better This story feeds his exact brand of quirky imagination and he asks to read it again and again Thanks to Random House for sending us an advanced copy he LOVES it

    17. For me, it was slightly than just okay, but I can see how the kiddos would absolutely love it It s got puns, it s got animals, it s got inter species cooperation what s not to adore The illustrations are fun and the story keeps rolling along nicely.

    18. Space dogs, Astrocats, and Moustronauts are sworn enemies Until the day they need to help each other in order to save the Spooniverse Hilarious, adventurous, and filled with food Great picture book for kid who are a bit older, as the humor will be better understood.

    19. I find that the illustrations are very busy this book would be best used one on one, or with older children who can visualize the story I would not use this in a pre school storytime, because the children would not be able to follow the visual clues of the story.

    20. A high energy space adventure about how a Space Dog, Astro Cat, and Moustronaut go from sworn enemies to friends This playful picture book space opera will appeal to young readers who appreciate humorous science fiction.

    21. The loved this book It s a wonderful adventure story that illustrates that in the dangers of outer space we must set aside our differences and band together for survival Excellent illustrations.

    22. megan winter reading 2016, children s book, picture book, dogs, cats, mice, teamwork, cooperation, space, adventure, prek, kindergarten, first grade

    23. I read this for a book review for school Cute story about the unusual friendship of a dog, cat and mouse Also touches on teamwork Written for K 2 grade.

    24. I m an adult I know how reading work.s Left to right top to bottom This book doesn t do any of that and it was ultra confusing even for my mind Definitely a no.

    25. More of a graphic novel than a picturebook, this adventure into space is chaotically full of detail and is something an independent reader would wholly enjoy reading alone.

    26. Please tell me there is going to be a further adventure Full of jokes for the grownups AND the kids, fabulous art and a great story line More

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