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Buddy: The First Seeing Eye Dog

Buddy The First Seeing Eye Dog With inspiring and educational stories s Hello Reader series caters to the spectrum of reading abilities among beginning readers My First Hello Readers use basic words to reinforce phonics and sight

  • Title: Buddy: The First Seeing Eye Dog
  • Author: Eva Moore Don Bolognese
  • ISBN: 9780590265850
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • With inspiring and educational stories, s Hello Reader series caters to the spectrum of reading abilities among beginning readers My First Hello Readers use basic words to reinforce phonics and sight vocabulary The books at this level offer punch out flash cards plus six additional pages of skill building activities Levels 1 4 combine a greater vocabulary aWith inspiring and educational stories, s Hello Reader series caters to the spectrum of reading abilities among beginning readers My First Hello Readers use basic words to reinforce phonics and sight vocabulary The books at this level offer punch out flash cards plus six additional pages of skill building activities Levels 1 4 combine a greater vocabulary and longer sentence length Each book has an introductory letter from an education specialist guiding parents on how to help their children learn to read Grades 2 Grades 4.

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    1. This book is based off a true story. Buddy was the first seeing eye dog in America. She was smart and loyal. She was trained in Germany. Her owner Morris loved her very much and they had an amazing connection. She served Morris until she died. She introduced guide dogs to America and became very famous for it. This is a great book because it is a reader book. Many beginning readers on different levels can read this book. It uses basic words that can easily be sounded out and it is organized int [...]

    2. This is a delightful true-life story for a second-grader. My second-grader was impressed with the friendships in this book: The friendship between Kiss and Gala, and the friendship between Kiss (now Buddy) and Morris. The only thing that didn't quite make sense was the title. Buddy was the first seeing eye dog in the US, but she wasn't the first seeing eye dog.

    3. A magnificent easy reader book about the first seeing eye dog in America, Buddy. You are immediately transported to another place and time, specifically the green valleys of Switzerland, where American Dorothy Eustis raised German Shepherds in Fortunate Fields for police and rescue work. Dorothy becomes intrigued by a fantastic story of seeing eye dogs in Germany, and goes there to see first hand if this is true, and is stunned to find out that properly trained dogs can be "eyes" for the blind. [...]

    4. Buddy is a German Shephard and a seeing eye dog. The first ever seeing eye dog. There was a woman that asked herself why it is that people that are blind have to struggle so much to get around. Buddy's name originally, was Kiss. She put him in a school for seeing eye dogs. Then she gave him to a blind man who found the name Kiss, not appropriate for a seeing eye dog, so he renamed him Buddy. Before Buddy came around he had people help him get around. When Buddy arrived, he decided to take him in [...]

    5. This is a nonfiction book and it's intended for children in the second to fourth grade.The fiction book I chose to pair with this one is called Dog Man: From the Creator of Captain Underpants, written by Dave Pilkey. I chose to pair these two books together because the nonfiction book provides information and the history behind seeing eye dogs, while Dog Man is a graphic novel about a new hero named Dog Man. I thought this was a good match because they're two very extremes; it shows children tha [...]

    6. Ideal for ages 7-10, this book teaches kids about seeing eye dogs. This tells the true story of, Buddy and does a great job of explaining to kids what seeing eye dogs do, and why they're so special and important.

    7. This is a great beginning chapter book that tells a very interesting story. I read it after my homeschooled second grader recommended it to me. Buddy, the female german shephard, and Morris Frank become real to you and you become attached enough to cry when Buddy dies, after only 48 pages.

    8. It's a great book and I think it's one of the best books I've ever read. And I remember that Buddy was a german shephard.

    9. This is an easy reader type chapter book, very short chapters and lots of pictures. It was a nice follow up to Helen Keller's story. We enjoyed it.

    10. It was a German Shepard. It is a good book for dog lovers. It is a good story for a family with a handicaped person.

    11. Definitely not good!!! Really surprised our school curriculum recommended this one. You'd think with all those words, they'd have something important to say.

    12. interesting to see how seeing eye dogs are trained--who first thought of it--and really what freedom they allowed to those who couldn't walk outside their front doors without someone with them.

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