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Books with title Otter Goes to School

  • Max Goes to School

    Adria Fay Klein, Mernie Elizabeth Gallagher-Cole

    Paperback (Picture Window Books, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Describes Max's day at school, as he listens to a story, draws a picture, plays on the playground, and eats lunch.
  • Spot Goes to School

    Eric Hill

    Board book (Frederick Warne Publishers Ltd, Feb. 1, 2009)
  • Babar Goes to School

    Laurent de Brunhoff

    Hardcover (Harry N. Abrams, Sept. 1, 2003)
    Babar, the king of the elephants, has forgotten how hard it is to be a child, so he attends grade school for a day with Pom, Flora, Isabelle, and Alexander, with hilarious results.
  • David Goes to School

    David Shannon

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, May 4, 2021)
    Discover the hilarious schooltime companion to the beloved, bestselling, and Caldecott Honor-winning classic, No, David! -- now in paperback for the first time!David's teacher has her hands full. From running in the halls to chewing gum in class, David's high-energy antics fill each schoolday with trouble -- and are sure to bring a smile to even the best-behaved reader.
  • Cocoa Goes to School

    Khadijah Y Robaina, Maira Islam

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb. 18, 2020)
    The first of the series, we are introduced to Kevin, an intelligent, energetic, four-year-old, and his puppy Cocoa. The two are inseparable and always get into mischief together. Let's see what adventures these two are up to now.
  • S.J. Goes to School

    J.C. Carr

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 13, 2016)
    "That night, I left school for the last time. I thought about all I achieved, but I never forgot my Collie family and all the dogs --- too many to count --- I left behind in the puppy mill and animal shelter. I barked and wished that they could all be adopted, and then, there would be no more homeless animals in shelters. And wouldn't that be wonderful?" S.J. Goes to School is the sequel to the true story of S.J., a rescued puppy mill collie and adopted shelter dog from the book that started it all --- S.J. Goes Home. S.J., the main character and narrator, tells his story of rescue, adoption, his schooling and achievements. His mom, realizing that he is an exceptionally smart dog with an "excellent memory," tells him, "S.J., it's time to go to school." She enrolls him in beginner, intermediate and advanced training classes where he meets fellow students, Frankie and Olee. S.J. excels in his classes and graduates with "Best in Class" honors on his three diplomas, then, prepares to take the "Therapy Dog Test." Children, parents, teachers and all readers cheer him during his final exam where he is "one cool collie" under pressure, aces the test and earns his fourth diploma to become a certified therapy dog. The book, beautifully illustrated in color by artist, Kerri Carabetta, captures the essence of S.J.'s temperament, intelligence, humility and education. After reading S.J. Goes to School, readers, like the author, will champion shelter pet adoptions. Children learn the responsibilities of pet ownership by providing training, care and love that give a dog a second chance at a forever home and a happy, fulfilling life...just like S.J., who is a testament to what shelter dogs can achieve when given that second chance.
  • Marco Goes to School

    Roz Chast

    Hardcover (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, July 10, 2012)
    The irrepressibly inquisitive Marco is off to school in this picture book from New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast.Marco is the busiest bird, and it’s time he goes to school! There is so much to do at school, from lessons to lunch to building a block tower to the moon! But Marco soon learns that his plans for the day may be just a bit too ambitious. Luckily, school has one extra surprise for him—and that’s a new friend! In Marco’s latest wacky adventure, acclaimed cartoonist Roz Chast proves that it’s not getting to the moon that counts—it’s the friends we make along the way.
  • David Goes to School

    David Shannon

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc, Aug. 16, 2001)
    David Goes To School: David, the out-of-control monster-child from David Shannon's Caldecott Honor Book No, David! is back... and ready to disrupt the class. Shannon remembers the word "no" all too clearly from his childhood, and, as he says in his introduction, "It seems that kids haven't changed much over the years, and neither have school rules, some of which date back even further than the invention of sneakers."
  • Moses Goes to School

    Isaac Millman

    Hardcover (Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), Aug. 29, 2000)
    A day at a school for the deaf is like a day at any schoolMoses goes to a special school, a public school for the deaf. He and all of his classmates are deaf or hard-of-hearing, but that doesn't mean they don't have a lot to say to each other! They communicate in American Sign Language (ASL), using visual signs and facial expressions. Isaac Millman follows Moses through a school day, telling the story in pictures and written English, and in ASL, introducing hearing children to the signs for some of the key words and ideas. At the end is a favorite song -- "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" -- in sign!
  • I.Q. Goes to School

    Mary Ann Fraser

    Paperback (Walker Childrens, Aug. 1, 2004)
    I.Q. comes to Mrs. Furber's class on the first day of school. He loves being in class with the children. But who wants to be the class pet when being a student can be so much fun? Each week Mrs. Furber chooses a Student of the Week. More than anything, I.Q. wants to be picked. When will it be his turn?
  • Rappy Goes to School

    Dan Gutman, Tim Bowers

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, June 21, 2016)
    It’s Rappy the Raptor’s first day of school, and he’s having a hard time keeping his cool!But when Rappy spots a classmate being bullied, he finds the nerve to speak up—in rhyme, of course! Parents and kids will snap, tap, and dance first-day jitters away with this funny school story with dino-size heart.What’s today’s date?I don’t want to be late!Is it time to go?Does anyone know?
  • David Goes to School

    David Shannon

    Unknown Binding (Scholastic, March 15, 1999)
    David Goes to School (paperback)