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Skippyjon Jones, Class Action

Judy Schachner

Hardcover

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Description

Skippyjon Jones really wants to go to school. School is for dogs, his mama tells him. It's where they go to get trained. But nothing can stop Skippy-once inside his closet, he finds himself on the playground of his imagination, surrounded by dogs of all kinds. He bays with the beagles, learns French with the poodles, and checks out a Chihuahua book from the library. And when a bully starts sending shiver-itos down the spines of the little yippers, Skippy saves the day and earns the biggest gold star.


Praise For Skippyjon Jones, Class Action

Praise for Skippyjon Jones, Class Action:

"Typical of Schachner's style, the book has hilarious songs, wild antics, a smattering of Spanish words, and humor that everyone can appreciate . . . As with the earlier books, this one makes for a wonderful read-aloud that will have young audiences laughing out loud."--School Library Journal

"Skippyjon's world is as off-kilter, high-energy, and irreverent as ever."--Publishers Weekly

Children will find much to laugh at in Skippyjon's latest adventure, and although much of the wordplay will go over kids' heads, adults who are asked for repeated readings will appreciate it.--Kirkus Reviews


Praise for #1 New York Times bestselling, Skippyjon, Jones:

"Both feline hero and story are full of beans (more Mexican-jumping than pinto) but ay caramba, mucho fun."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"Buoyant and colorful cartoon illustrations match the exuberant text perfectly."—School Library Journal

"The illustrations are as humorous as the story and kids will enjoy them."—Children's Literature

Dutton Books for Young Readers, 9780525422280, 32pp.

Publication Date: July 12, 2011



About the Author

Judith Byron Schachner has been illustrating and writing children's books since 1992 and has given numerous presentations in schools and libraries. Her workshops are designed to be warm and personal with a special regard for the less than stellar student.