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Review of Watch Dog and the Coyotes
By Amanda Bigelow
Genre: Non-fiction Level: Elementary 4-6
Category: Student Examples

Amanda B.

Watch Dog and the Coyotes, Written by: Bill Wallace

This book is about a dog named Sweetie who thinks that he is a watchdog, but he just sits there and does nothing. It is funny because Sweetie bites his owner's Mom's bottom. Sweetie meets two friends named Red and Poky. They help get Sweetie straightened out about being a watchdog. Coyotes cause a problem when they take Sweetie's, Red's, and Poky's food and sleep in their doghouses. Together, Sweetie, Red and Poky fight off the Coyotes. I strongly recommend reading this book because it's really funny.

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About the Author: Amanda Bigelow is a 4th grader at Chugach Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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