Marley: The Dog Who Cried Woof

Marley The Dog Who Cried Woof Woof Woof Woof Marley barks at tricycles Marley barks at trucks Marley barks at mailmen neighbors even other dogs His job is to let his family know when important things happen But after all his barki

  • Title: Marley: The Dog Who Cried Woof
  • Author: John Grogan Richard Cowdrey Lydia Halverson
  • ISBN: 9780061989445
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Woof Woof Woof Marley barks at tricycles Marley barks at trucks Marley barks at mailmen neighbors even other dogs His job is to let his family know when important things happen But after all his barking, when something really important happens, will Marley s family still pay attention Beginning readers will enjoy Marley s hilarious antics in Marley TheWoof Woof Woof Marley barks at tricycles Marley barks at trucks Marley barks at mailmen neighbors even other dogs His job is to let his family know when important things happen But after all his barking, when something really important happens, will Marley s family still pay attention Beginning readers will enjoy Marley s hilarious antics in Marley The Dog Who Cried Woof, the perfect addition to the I Can Read series inspired by John Grogan s bestselling picture books.

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    1. Aside from the eyelashes on the dog on the cover, I like the story. Kids can identify with both yippy dogs and danger.[Not only does Marley have long eyelashes, he has a smiley bark, a narrow neck and a round head, giving it a human expression. Animals should look like animals, not like humans.]

    2. Marley barks at too many things and gets in trouble. But when the baby crawls out, he tries not to barkbut has to. He saves the day.

    3. Read by: MelanieGenre: Realistic FictionAuthor: Susan Hill(based on the best selling books by Josh Grogan) Illustrator: Richard Cowdrey/Lydia HalversonInterest Level: K-3Grade Level Equivalent: 2DRA: N/ALexile: N/A Marley is a misunderstood puppy who wants to let his family know about everything by barking at it. He doesn't understand why he keeps getting in trouble for barking and almost stops doing it until he sees baby Louie crawling away. He notifies the family and ends up a hero for barking [...]

    4. Lexi loves dogs so of course she is a big fan of Marley. So am I.I am just not that fond of this story. I know to little ones it will be great that Marley rescues the baby but that is just it! Where are his parents? How can they not notice he is crawling out the door, then out an open gate, and out into a busy street?Really? Maybe Marley should become the parents. LOL After all, he pays more attention!

    5. This book was about a dog who wanted attention but eventually he wanted to save the baby. I liked the book because it was fine. My favourite character was the dog because he saved the baby.mi would recommend the book maybeI don't see why not and I don't see why. It was really just an okay book.

    6. Bookaday #70. Ugh, illustrations are awful in this book. Only thing saving it from a single star is the easy to read story. My kindergartners love easy readers but there are better ones than this.

    7. Marley barks at everything. I bark, but not ats everything. He get in trouble and then nobodies believe him when he bark.

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