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Books with title Otter Goes to School

  • Spot Goes to School

    Eric Hill

    Board book (Warne, July 22, 2004)
    It's Spot's first day of school, and he's a little nervous and shy. But Mrs. Bear and Spot's fellow classmates&150Tom Alligator, Helen Hippo and Steve Monkey&150make Spot feel more comfortable. Suddenly school is fun!
  • Tatter Goes To School

    Bill Height

    language (Bill Height, April 5, 2014)
    Tatter is a bit concerned about his first day of school. So many unknown things await him. There's teachers, new experiences, books, and new friends. All of it kind of scary. Come with Tatter on his first day of school and learn how new experiences don't have to be frightening.The Tatter Series helps children explore the unknown and teaches them that new experiences don't have to be scary. Join Tatter the dog on all of his exhilarating adventures. Reading ages 4-6 The inspiration for this book series is my grandchildren surprising how quickly they grow up and how quickly they learn. Tatter is a real dog and I can almost see him doing all of these things as your children or grandchildren will see.
  • Scout Goes to School

    Barbara Jo Almendinger, Haley A Thompson

    Hardcover (Proving Press, Sept. 12, 2018)
    Scout Goes to School is a true story about a therapy dog named Scout who loves going to school each day. Scout might get into a little mischief, but the students sure love having her at school. Scout makes everyone's day a little more fun!
  • Lola Goes to School

    Marcia Goldman

    Hardcover (Creston Books, July 12, 2016)
    The lovable therapy dog from Lola Goes to Work has her first day at Doggy Daycare. Like anyone new to preschool or kindergarten, she's a little bit nervous, a little bit scared, and very excited. Perfect read-aloud for back-to-school, at home, library, or classroom.
  • Bobbo Goes to School

    Shirley Hughes

    Hardcover (Candlewick, March 26, 2013)
    Lily fears she has lost her favorite stuffed toy forever in Shirley Hughes’s wonderfully reassuring follow-up to Don’t Want to Go!It starts out as a regular trip to the store with Mom, but then Lily does a dreadful thing: she flings her beloved stuffed toy, Bobbo, high in the air, only to have him land on top of a school bus just as it’s pulling away! Lily is inconsolable. What if she never sees Bobbo again? Little does she know (though the reader can see) that Bobbo is having an exciting adventure at school — and will be well cared for until he finds his way back to Lily. In her deft portrayal of a preschooler’s worries, Shirley Hughes offers a comforting peek into an appealing world to come.
  • String Goes to School

    Paul Michalko

    Paperback (Newman Springs Publishing, Inc., Dec. 12, 2019)
    Do you remember how you felt when you had to do something that you had never done before?Were you afraid? Excited but nervous at the same time?Well, that's exactly how String felt when she faced going to school for the very first time. She was just a little girl bean and had only known the comfort of her own home. Why, she had never even been out of her own field! She was uneasy about leaving her safe space where she knew everyone and everyone knew her.What would happen to her? Who would she meet, and what would she see? What were the other beans like?Join String as she begins her journey down a path to unknown horizons. She has no idea that a wonderful new wide-open world awaits her.There will be many more adventures to follow, but the first step has to be taken.Is she ready? Let's find out!
  • Ming Goes to School

    Deirdre Sullivan, Maja Löfdahl

    eBook (Sky Pony, July 5, 2016)
    Ming goes to school, where she learns to say hello and good-bye. She meets new friends and introduces them to old friends (including her favorite teddy). She builds sandcastles and makes snow angels; she traces, glitters, and glues. She is so fearless that when held at sword point, she even walks the plank! And when she’s playing in the mud, she reaches out and touches the worms with her bare hands. But despite those brave deeds, she isn’t quite ready for the big red slide—not yet.This is a very sweet story with soft, evocative watercolor illustrations that will help kids to grow comfortable with the idea of starting preschool. Ming is curious and playful and ready for adventure, but even she gets scared of new things sometimes. Kids will relate to her desires and fears and will be excited to see Ming at the top of the slide by the story’s end.A quiet and reassuring picture book for preschoolers (3-5), this is a wonderful going-to-school story that can be read both at home and in the classroom or childcare center. The illustrations provide a lot of diversity of characters, making this feel like any classroom in any school in the country.
  • Spot Goes to School

    Eric Hill

    Paperback (Puffin, Aug. 1, 1994)
    Spot, the hero of a popular lift-the-flap series featuring colorful illustrations and interactive fun, has a wonderful day at school, where he learns to paint and sing and gets to show his bone at Show-and Tell. Reprint.
  • Maisy Goes to School

    Lucy Cousins

    Hardcover (Candlewick, Sept. 1, 1992)
    This classic Maisy novelty book is now small enough for her many fans to take along to school or anywhere!School's in session and it's time for Maisy — and her readers — to have fun. As they watch Maisy spend an eventful day at school, little ones can pull the tabs and lift the flaps to help Maisy paint some pictures, write a story, add and subtract, and even dance like a ballerina. Toddlers who are crazy for Maisy will love going to school with their favorite mouse!
  • S.J. Goes to School

    J.C. Carr

    "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.
  • Dad Goes to School

    Margaret McNamara, Mike Gordon

    eBook (Simon Spotlight, Nov. 10, 2015)
    It's Parents Week for Mrs. Connor's first graders. Each day another parent is visiting and showing what they do. But Ayanna's dad isn't like the other parents. Will her classmates like him anyway?
  • Pete Goes to School

    Diana S. Duncan

    eBook (Partridge Publishing Singapore, Feb. 17, 2017)
    Pete Goes to School is a rhyming tale about a young boy, Tom and his Labrador dog Pete. When Tom goes off to boarding school Pete runs away from home and arrives at Toms school late at night. The next day the headmaster says that Pete must go but Toms formidable Mum turns up and persuades him, through a mixture of hard talk and flattery, that if Pete were allowed to stay at the school, not only would he make an excellent In House dog but his appointment would also enhance the schools (and more importantly) the headmasters reputation. Of course Mum gets her way and Tom, his school mates and Pete in particular, are very happy. School life is much easier to bear with a school dog to pat and cuddle!