Two Dogs in A Trench Coat Go to School

Two Dogs in A Trench Coat Go to School

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Sassy and Waldo are good dogs, who keep their house safe (from squirrels, mostly), and worry about their boy, Stewart, who always comes home from school smelling of anxiety; so the two dogs come up with a plan to help him--they will dress up in a trench coat and attend school, posing as a new student, to find out just what is bothering Stewart.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2018
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781338189513
Branch Call Number: J FALATKO
Characteristics: 184 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Jack, Colin - Illustrator

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Sassy and Waldo decide they need to stop sitting at home during the day protecting the house and instead go to school to protect their boy Stewart.

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ArapahoeMary May 16, 2018

If you like hilarious - no, REALLY hilarious, knee-slapping books, then this is for you! Sassy and Waldo are VERY good dogs and when they smell anxiety on their boy, Stewart, after he comes home from school every day, they decide they must protect him. But how to gain entrance to the school? The ... Read More »


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ArapahoeMary May 16, 2018

If you like hilarious - no, REALLY hilarious, knee-slapping books, then this is for you! Sassy and Waldo are VERY good dogs and when they smell anxiety on their boy, Stewart, after he comes home from school every day, they decide they must protect him. But how to gain entrance to the school? The title says it all, and, strangely enough, IT WORKS. Changes in font make it clear when the dogs are speaking, and they truly have a unique voice (learned from watching tv). Colin Jack's cartoon illustrations add to the hilarity.

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