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Dogzilla by Dav Pilkey

Dogzilla (edition 2003)

by Dav Pilkey (Author)

Series: Creature Feature (1)

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A monstrous mutt terrorizes the residents of Mousopolis.
Authors:Dav Pilkey (Author)
Info:Clarion Books (2003), Edition: 1-Simul ed., 32 pages
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Dogzilla by Dav Pilkey


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  PBEBOOKS | Jan 31, 2023 |
Dav Pilkey strikes again. Love his stuff...this isn't his very best...that's for the Dragon series...but funny and fun. ( )
  Martialia | Sep 28, 2022 |
A goofy spoof about a monstrously huge dog.
  NMiller22 | Aug 4, 2019 |
It is a good example of fantasy because it talks about a battle between mice and dog.
Dog is annoyed; therefore, mice wants to kick dog out. They have meeting to go against dog. Finally, dog is frightened because he is afraid of taking the bath.
It is a interesting story to read. I like the illustrator which is colorful and puts the actual mice inside.
Good to elementary ( )
  Zhaoying | Mar 5, 2018 |
This is a very dog example of a modern fantasy book because it is about a dog's inbreak in a mice community. The book talks about a prehistoric dog that is attracted by a barbecue smell and intrudes the mice community. Later the mice figure out a solution--bathing the dog which let the dog runs away. The story connects the reality which makes the story vivid. Also, the media is appealing--adding real pictures of a dog mice. I really like the plot and the media of the book. Teachers can read the book to students to make them laugh and also teach them something about dogs. The book is suitable for k-4th grade students. ( )
  lolatong | Mar 4, 2018 |
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It was summertime in the city of Mousopolis, and mice from all corners of the community had come together to compete in the First Annual Barbecue Cook-Off.
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