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Books with title Otter Goes to School

  • Ming Goes to School

    Deirdre Sullivan, Maja Lofdahl

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2016)
    Delightful story about going to school.
  • Spider goes to School

    Idris Emerick, Enroc Illustration, J Emerick

    eBook (Amirah Publishing, )
  • Noddy Goes to School

    Enid Blyton

    Hardcover (Sampson Low, Marston, March 15, 1976)
  • Otis Goes to School

    Ashley Nicole Bramlett

    Paperback (Ashley Nicole Bramlett, March 24, 2014)
    Revealing and putting his unfortunate past behind him, lovable family dog, Otis, cautiously noses under a flood-ravaged fence plank, and completes a family with his unconditional love and contagious personality. The gentle mother and father care deeply for their children's playful pet. The toddling baby boy is his daily entertainment, perpetually ready with giggles and cookie crumb snacks. The only girl is a precious pixie, pirouetting through the grass, always crowning Otis her most honored guest at backyard tea parties. And the oldest boy-the tall, responsible, smart, athletic big brother-well, he is Otis's champion, his biggest fan, his best friend. Summertime's tree house capers, creek splashing, hide-and-seek and hammock-lounging all come to an end when the Crows announce the arrival of Fall, and thus, the routines of School Days. Daring curiosity and sincere concern tempt Otis to his greatest adventure to find out what the older two of his three favorite children do in the classroom all day... everyday. Making the trek to School to check things out for himself, Otis discovers the lively playground where imaginations abound and creativity blooms between the swings and slides. He peaks through classroom windows, observing patient teachers opening doors to the boundless world of reading. He is mesmerized by paint-tipped brushes recreating Monet's masterpieces, and startled by small, symbol-clad hands crashing together to announce the finale to the elementary school's version of Beethoven's melodious marvels. He is enticed by his hungry, growling tummy to swipe baked chicken nuggets and buttery cornbread crumbs that fall to the floor from the fingers of chatty children in the lunchroom. Avoiding being caught just long enough to sneak a dreamy nap underneath cushy pillows in a quiet corner of the library, Otis awakes to the familiar, loving face of his best friend. Relieved to be found (again), and happy with his discoveries of the epiphanies happening at school, Otis gains an even greater appreciation for his cherished home, satisfied at last with the School Days interruption of his time with the three most beloved children in his world. Luring the reader with all five senses, Otis's viewpoint advantage brings alive the scent of Laurels and sounds of the scurrying Squirrel. The taste of jelly and taffy on fingertips is tantalizing. A new forever friend is revealed in Otis's reflection in the pond. The tickling of his fluffy fur and the coolness of his wet nose are as real as the true inspiration for his character. Stretching the realm of vocabulary and descriptive words, the playground zephyrs, lunchroom cacophony and sleepy shenanigans of one valiant dog all come together with the purpose of adding and nurturing a sixth sense for the reader: imagination.
  • Boomer Goes to School

    Constance W. McGeorge, Mary Whyte

    Paperback (Chronicle Books, July 1, 1998)
    In Boomer's Big Day, Boomer and his family moved to a new town. Now Boomer is going to school! Like many new students, Boomer finds that going to school can be a bit confusing . . . at first. But in the end, he discovers that school is a great place for friends, learning, and fun!
  • Stuart Goes To School

    Sara Pennypacker, Martin Matje

    Hardcover (Orchard, July 1, 2003)
    This hilarious sequel to STUART'S CAPE is a witty chapter book about an eight-year-old worrier's first day of school.Our favorite worrier is back, and Stuart is about to start third grade. As he makes his way to the first day of school, wearing the worst outfit ever, what could a first-rate worrier do but worry?Stuart worries about getting stuck in the boys' bathroom, about not having anything to show for show-and-tell, but most of all, about not making any friends. With his cape, though, Stuart is bound to have a day full of wacky adventures.
  • Gus Goes to School

    Jane Thayer, Joyce Audy Dos Santos

    Hardcover (William Morrow, March 15, 1982)
    A ghost decides to go to school and learn to spell when a publisher returns his autobiography.
  • Little Critter Goes to School

    Mercer Mayer

    Library Binding (Random House Books for Young Readers, June 23, 2020)
    Join Little Critter as he gets ready for his first day of school in this Step 2 Step-into-Reading Leveled Reader, a perfect back to school read--no matter what that looks like!Wake up! It's time to get ready for school with Little Critter as he rides the bus, meets a new teacher, and makes new friends! Children ages four to six will love this full-color Step 2 Step-into-Reading Leveled Reader! Step 2 Readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. These readers are perfect for children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
  • Tatter Goes to School

    Bill Height

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, April 26, 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.
  • Turtle Goes to School

    V. Elaine Whipple

    eBook (Xlibris US, April 29, 2016)
    Mona is about to get the surprise of her life. This cute curly headed eight year old loves turtles so very much that she wishes herself to become one. On the way to school it begins to rain and one drop of rain suddenly transforms her into a turtle.When Mona realizes that she is a turtle, all the delights of living a life as a turtle goes away. Finally, at school she realizes that everyone and everything is much bigger than her, so she sets out to save herself. There are many obstacles and she almost gets squished by a huge tennis shoe. She must find a way out!
  • Spot Goes to School

    Eric Hill

    Hardcover (Gardners Books, Jan. 31, 2004)
    Spot spends his first day at playschool and finds himself having more and more fun as the day goes on. This is a board book edition of Eric Hill's classic lift-the-flap picture book.
  • Woof Goes to School

    Danae Dobson, Dee Derosa

    Hardcover (W Pub Group, Oct. 1, 1989)
    As Mark and Krissy work to find homes for six abandoned dogs, they are reminded that God loves even the unlovely