Dory Dory Black Sheep (Dory Fantasmagory #3) (Prebound)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Dory Fantasmagory series.
- #1: Dory Fantasmagory (Paperback): $7.99
- #2: Dory Fantasmagory: The Real True Friend (Paperback): $7.99
- #4: Dory Fantasmagory: Head in the Clouds (Hardcover): $16.99
- #5: Dory Fantasmagory: Tiny Tough (Hardcover): $16.99
Dory turns learning to read into a hilarious adventure through the power of imagination--perfect for fans of Junie B. Jones and Ivy and Bean
Ever since Dory met Rosabelle, a real true friend whose imagination and high spirits match her own, school has been pretty good. But now the class is learning to read, and it's proving to be a challenge for Dory. While Rosabelle can read chapter books in her head, Dory is stuck with baby books about a happy little farm. Dory wishes for a potion to turn her into a reader but things don't go as planned. Suddenly, a naughty little girl who looks an awful lot like Dory's imaginary nemesis, Mrs. Gobble Gracker, shows up. And a black sheep leaves the pages of the farm book to follow Dory to school. It really needs her help--this seems like a job for a superhero And it would help if she knew how to read.
In her third book, Dory takes reluctant reading to new heights with a story that is as one-of-a-kind and hilarious as she is.
"An especially wonderful book to share with reluctant readers...I can't imagine a book more calculated to reinforce the power of reading and becoming a reader than Dory Dory Black Sheep. It is a true triumph." --Publishers Weekly ShelfTalker
"Hanlon has a winning way with the story's characters (real and imaginary) and dialogue." --Booklist
About the Author
Abby Hanlon has taught creative writing and first grade in the New York City public school system. Inspired by her students' storytelling and drawings, Abby began to write her own stories for children, and taught herself to draw after not having drawn since childhood.
This book captures the cat look. I would know, I have lots of experience with so many people coming to look at me at the store. "The cat walked through with its whiskers, ears, and paws," all very important for cat life. - Pippi, bookstore cat