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Dogs Rule! av Daniel Kirk
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Dogs Rule! (urspr publ 2003; utgåvan 2003)

av Daniel Kirk, Daniel Kirk (Illustratör)

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A collection of twenty poems from a dog's perspective, such as "Bad Dog," "Dog Bone Blues," and "Purple Rhinestone Collar," set to music on an accompanying CD.
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Titel:Dogs Rule!
Författare:Daniel Kirk
Andra författare:Daniel Kirk (Illustratör)
Info:Disney-Hyperion (2003), Edition: Har/Com, Hardcover, 56 pages
Samlingar:Ditt bibliotek
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Taggar:dogs, rhyme, dog adventures

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Dogs Rule! av Daniel Kirk (2003)

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This is a fiction book filled with many, many poems all about dogs. This is a great book to use to introduce poetry to children. ( )
  MankinSamara | Apr 4, 2017 |
Summary
The dogs rule book is about a dog's perspective in life. The first poem that I read in the book was the winds in my whiskers. This was a rhyming poem about a dog riding in a car with the windows down. The book used simple words. The book describes the dog as happy as can be. Another poem in the book was bad dog. While reading this poem I feel very sad for the puppy that kept getting in trouble. It reminded me of my own dog. The dog was a young puppy that was learning all the new rules about how to be a good dog.

Personal reaction
The book was filled with wonderful poem that describes what it is like to be a dog. I have three dogs and know what it is like to raise them and it's not easy. But I've always wondered what it would be like to be a dog and these poems the author uses describes what is most likely going on in a dogs mind.

Classroom extension
1. Have the students create a poem about their pets perspective and share it with the class.
2. After reading a couple poems to the class the teacher can then dive into to different poems that are out there in the world to teach to the students .
  Kim_Riedmann12 | Apr 15, 2015 |
Summary:
The first poem I read from this book was "Purple Rhinestone Collar". It was a poem about an owner buying her male bulldog a purple rhinestone collar and goes over what the dog thinks of it and the embarrassment he goes through wearing it. The second poem I read was "What's So Good About A Cat?", which was the story of a dogs reaction to his owner's new kitten. The dog doesn't understand all the weird habits of a cat comparing them to those of a dog.

My Personal Reaction:
I thought this book was super super cute!!!! 1. It's all about dogs! (who doesn't love dogs?!) 2. The poems I read were from the dogs point of view and because I have two little "fufu" dogs collars and dressup are funny when I think about what they might be thinking! 3. It shows young children that not all poetry is boring and serious but rather they can have fun with it and it can be about anything such as a dogs reaction to his collar.

Classroom Extension Ideas:
1. We could write a poem about our own pet.
2. We could do a pet show and tell.
3. This could be an introduction to poetry and as a class we could go over the different types of poems. ( )
  JacquelynTorres | Apr 14, 2015 |
Summary (Purple Rhinestone Collar): This poem was about a big, mean looking bulldog who was forced by his master to wear a rhinestone purple collar. Even though other animals laughed, he kept it on.
Summary (What's So Good About a Cat?): This poem was about a dog who's life is interrupted when their master gets a cat. The dog wants to play and be friendly, but the cat wants nothing to do with it. The dog decides cats and dogs are much too different to ever get along.

Personal Reaction: These poems from this book were to funny and detailed. It is from the dog's point of view, so it is like we know exactly how they are feeling. The pictures went perfectly with the text.

Classroom Extension Ideas:
1)Print out many different pictures of dogs with different facial expressions, then guess what they could be thinking.
2) Have the students right a story from a dog's point of view. ( )
  SarahMoore | Apr 14, 2015 |
Summary:
Bad dog is a poem included in a book of poems titled, Dogs Rule, written by Daniel Kirk. The poem is about a dog whose owner instructed it how to behave inside the house. In the poem, the dog was disobedient and chewed on its owner’s shoes, pulled down a curtain, and went potty on the floor instead of the newspaper. Its owner calls it a “bad dog” for not doing what is expected of him. At the end of the poem, the dog goes potty on the newspaper and gets a hug from its owner.

Personal Reaction:
The illustration of a little puppy portraying a sad puppy dog face while sitting on a newspaper makes one feel sorry for the dog. This poem is illustrated with bright and vivid pictures. In the book of poetry, there are different breeds of dogs featured in all the poems. The book has a compact disc with 22 songs to go along with the 22 poems written in the book. My dog name Princess, goes into my son’s room sometimes to grab some of my son’s toys. Princess takes the toys back to her bed and begins to chew on them. Whenever my son finds Princess chewing on his toys, he screams, “Bad dog Princess!” This story reminds me of my son and his dog.

Classroom Extension Ideas: 1.) Create dogs out of compact discs, pom-poms, wiggly eyes, felt, glue, and scissors. Trace around the CD onto any color felt and cut out the circle. Glue the circle to the CD. Have students cut out ears and glue to the top of the head. Glue the wiggly eyes to the face of the dog. Clue on pom-poms to form the dog’s mouth and nose. 2.) Make dog collages. Collect some old magazines and have students cut out pictures of dogs to glue onto medium size poster boards. Allow students to add accessories for dogs on the collage such as dog food, houses, collar, bowls, etc.
  YolandaFelton | Apr 10, 2015 |
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