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The dog who thought he was Santa

by Wallace, Bill

  • 14 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social life and customs,
  • Bloodhound,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Family life,
  • Fiction,
  • Dogs,
  • Families,
  • Coal mines and mining,
  • Christmas

  • About the Edition

    In 1957, problems at the mine threaten to ruin Christmas for fifth-grader Don, his family, and the rest of their Oklahoma coal town, but Don"s bloodhound, Frank, is determined to do whatever it takes to make the holiday special for Don and his six-year-old sister, Susan. Alternate chapters are told from the human and canine points of view.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Bill Wallace
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.W15473 Dog 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination184 pages ;
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26339359M
    ISBN 100545290945, 0545289394
    ISBN 109780545290944, 9780545289399
    OCLC/WorldCa690652809

    Don tries every trick he can think of to get her to tell him, but nothing works. And, to top things off, Don wonders if he will get what he wants for Christmas, a fancy fishing reel that he has wanted for ages. The family dog, a large bloodhound called Frank, watches the goings on with concern.   I told her that I thought He had. Yesterday, for Labor Day, we took the kids to Austin to a natural history museum. When we got back, there was a package wrapped in gold paper on our front porch.

    Author-Bill Wallace was born on August 1, in Chickasha Oklahoma and He is married to Carol Ann Piddle. He became a writer to survive his first year as a teacher. He said his class loved the stories that he wrote for them and the students was trying to persuade him to get somebody to make the students a real book. The Name of the characters in the book the dog who thought he was Santa are Don Franklin, Frank Franklin, Susan Franklin, the mom and dad, Kyle and Don Franklin is the boy and one perspective of the book, frank is the dog and he is a bloodhound Also Susan is the little sister that doesn’t want to tell anyone what she wants for.

    It looks as if Christmas might not be all that merry at the Franklins' house. But Christmas is a time for miracles, whether seen from a boy's perspective or a dog's -- and The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa looks at the Franklins' Christmas miracle from : Wallace, Bill. Description of the book "The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa": The Nose Knows Don Franklin's dog, Frank, is a bloodhound, so he can "smell" when something's wrong. And a lot seems to be wrong in Don's family. Mom and Dad are worried about money, especially with Christmas right around the corner and the threat of the mine closing.


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The dog who thought he was Santa by Wallace, Bill Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa by Bill Wallace is a good book that I would recommend to young readers. The book alternates between two perspectives, Frank the dogs perspective and a narrators perspective. I did think that the title was The dog who thought he was Santa book bit misleading though.

Don and his family are worried for their dad who works in a mine mining coal/5(69). The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa by Bill Wallace - The Nose Knows Don Franklin's dog, Frank, is a bloodhound, so he can smell when something's wrong. And a Released on: Octo But Christmas is a time for miracles, whether seen from a boy's perspective or a dog's -- and The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa looks at the Franklins' Christmas miracle from both.

Explore our editors' picks for the best kids' books of the month. See which new books our editors' chose as this month's favorites for kids of all ages. /5(17). Though the title is a tad misleading, this is a story of a loving, down-on-their-luck family with an extraordinary dog.

Set in a small mining town in the s, the story is told in alternating chapters between the dog's perspective and the year-old Don's point of view. As Christmas approaches, it's clear that the townsfolk are worried because half the mine is closed.

Frank, the hound, can. THE DOG WHO THOUGHT HE WAS SANTA: summary of book; author; The setting of the book I think is wealthy also the time of the year in the book is around Christmas so it is in winter and the modern day the book was rote was in was written about the Author wrote a lot of different books too for kids adults and for whoever wants to read.

The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa By Bill Wallace This is a new book in Bill Wallace’s collection. Wallace is an Oklahoma author that resides in Chickasha, Oklahoma. Wallace is a master at his craft/5(5).

The Dog who thought he was Santa Bill Wallace Fiction Ages 8 to 12 Simon and Schuster,For some reason things do not feel right in Devlin Hollow. Though Christmas is just a few days away Don Franklin cannot seem to get into the Christmas swing of things.

People are worried about what will happen with the mine. Get this from a library. The dog who thought he was Santa. [Bill Wallace] -- Inproblems at the mine threaten to ruin Christmas for fifth-grader Don, his family, and the rest of their Oklahoma coal town, but Don's bloodhound, Frank, is determined to do whatever it takes.

The Nose Knows Don Franklin's dog, Frank, is a bloodhound, so he can smell when something's wrong. And a lot seems to be wrong in Don's family. Mom and Dad are worried about money, especially with Christmas right around the corner and the threat of the mine closing. Don's worried because he's just discovered how dangerous Dad's job in the mine is.4/5(3).

It looks as if Christmas might not be all that merry at the Franklins' Christmas is a time for miracles, whether seen from a boy's perspective or a dog's -- and The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa looks at the Franklins' Christmas miracle from :   Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

He is just a dog starring in the movie, Santa paws. Asked in Domestic Dogs, Cats (Felines), Cat Behavior What was the lesson in the cat who thought she was a dog and dog who thought he was a.

Don's dog, however, is determined to make the holiday a happy one for his family. Chapters are alternately told by Don and his dog, Frank.

Problems at an Oklahoma coal mine in threaten to ruin Christmas for eleven-year-old Don's community. The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa and the principal for the same school he had attended as a child. His first book, A Dog Called Kitty, was published in He wrote more than 30 children's books during his lifetime including Danger on Panther Peak, Trapped in Death Cave, Red Dog, Buffalo Gal, Danger in Quicksand Swamp, Beauty, Aloha 4/5(3).

Book trailer The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa by Bill Wallace. Book trailer The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa by Bill Wallace. Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution Recommended for you. The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa () The newest and last of his books. Awards. Oklahoma Sequoyah Children's Book Award (A Dog Called Kitty) Texas Bluebonnet Award (A Dog Called Kitty) Nebraska Golden Sower Award (A Dog Called Kitty) Utah Children's Book Award (Trapped in Death Cave).

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Skippyjon Jones, a siamese cat, still thinks he is a Chihuahua.

In this book he is sent to his room for drawing on the wall. His mom hopes he will start to think like a Chihuahua. Once in his room he enters his closet and that's where he finds his Chihuahua friends.

Now his adventure really begins. The book is read by the author, Judy Schachner/5. Book trailer for the book The Dog Who Thought He was Santa by Bill Wallace. The Dog Who Thought He was Santa Setting & characters Dad looked up into the chimney & saw a tail.

He told Mom to get a flashlight so he could see what it was. When he saw what it was & got it out he covered it up with his arms & walked over to Susan.

He uncovered it showed the. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa, Bill Wallace, The Nose KnowsDon Franklin's dog, Frank, is a bloodhound, so he can "smell" when something's wrong. And a lot seems to be wrong in Don's family.

Mom and Dad are worried about money, especially with Christmas right around the corner and the threat of the mine closing.Christmas is quickly approaching and twelve-year-old Don Franklin should be excited, but something is wrong. Times are tough, and he's not sure his family will have enough money to spare to celebrate the way they always have.

His dog, Frank, thinks worrying is a waste of time, especially when Don could be scratching his ears. And his little sister, Susan, is sure that.

Inproblems at the mine threaten to ruin Christmas for fifth-grader Don, his family, and the rest of their Oklahoma coal town, but Don's bloodhound, Frank, is determined to do whatever it takes to make the holiday special for Don and his six-year-old sister, :