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ISBN:0823421147
Author: Bill Wallace
ISBN13: 978-0823421145
Title: The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Holiday House (October 15, 2007)
Pages: 224

The Dog Who Thought He Was Santa by Bill Wallace



Recommendation:I think somone who loves mistery will The Dog Who Thoght He Was SANTA. summary:The Franklins are having a (good) Chrismas. Mom and dad are worryd obout money. Setting: They live sumware in the contrey in winter. The book took place in 1957 USA. Its about a family where a little girl still believes in Santa but someone told the little girl that Santa was not real her family works really hard to make sure that she believes in Santa and the dog. The dog can smell when something bad is happening like he can smell different emotions like happy sad or mad.

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My neice asked for this book for Christmas, and thankfully I browsed through it before wrapping it. The story line has the parents getting the brother to find out from his younger sister what she wants from Santa, so the parents can get it. I would hate to have been the one to reveal to my neice that her parents were really Santa.

by Wallace, Bill, 1947-2012. Publication date 2008. Topics Dog stories, Families, Bloodhound, Dogs, Coal mines and mining, Christmas stories, Family life, Christmas, Bloodhounds, Coal mines and mining, Christmas, Family life, Bloodhounds, Dogs, Coal mines and mining, Christmas. Publisher New York : Aladdin Paperbacks. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on August 13, 2012.

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this book is abought a dog that sense the feelings of his family. it starts out with the town in a weried stateof mind the dog feels the worries of his family. the parents worrie about money, the boy worries about school. the little girl never worries, but to keep santa real she never writes down her list she tells santa. out that she wants a kitten the day before christmas. the family shearchs high and low for a kitten. they were not able to find one but one the morning the dog started to bark at the chimney there was kitten in there. the dog had stuck it there  . Told in alternating voices by a boy and his dog, this homespun novel is Bill Wallace at his best. see all 2 descriptions).

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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.

The Nose KnowsDon Franklin's dog, Frank, is a bloodhound, so he can smell when something's wrong.

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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 Santa will bring the gift she wants, but she won't tell anyone what it is. Told in alternating voices by a boy and his dog, this homespun novel is Bill Wallace at his best.
Reviews: 7
Ghordana
A wonderful book, packed full of colorful adjectives and adverbs on each page to enrich your child's vocabulary. The story is told from the perspective of the animals, which adds a humorous touch. The events are interesting enough to draw in the most stubborn reader.
Drelalen
Another novel by Bill Wallace that features a dog as the hero. Very well written.
Phallozs Dwarfs
Adorable story, was part of my son's advent book basket for Christmas!
Envias
Very good read! Thanks!
Enila
My grandson loved it!
Exellent
Nice book.
SupperDom
Grabbed this at a book fair. Wish I had read reviews first. Bought this to read to my kids who still believe! I had make up some parts and skip over other parts. This book totally spills the beans about Santa! What the heck?! What idiot would write a book that says that and market it to an age group that could be borderline believers?
My neice asked for this book for Christmas, and thankfully I browsed through it before wrapping it. The story line has the parents getting the brother to find out from his younger sister what she wants from Santa, so the parents can get it. I would hate to have been the one to reveal to my neice that her parents were really Santa.

Interleaved between chapters of people dialog are chapters of what the dog and other animals are thinking or 'talking' about; cute, but at times confusing, and didn't seem to add to the story a lot. The ending is great, not becaue of the dog, but because of the selfless actions of the brother, so the book might be enjoyed by a child who already knows there is no Santa.