Put Me in the Zoo Spot a polka dot leopard who can change colors and even juggle his own spots tries to convince two children that he is special enough to be exhibited in the zoo

  • Title: Put Me in the Zoo
  • Author: Robert Lopshire
  • ISBN: 9780679844839
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spot, a polka dot leopard who can change colors and even juggle his own spots, tries to convince two children that he is special enough to be exhibited in the zoo.

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    1. A leopard with colorful spots on his body is requesting to put himself in the zoo!Why don't anybody listen to him? Do you get to see these kind of leopards daily who ask you to put them in zoo? Like a boss!

    2. A funny story that helps introduce your children to colors. Your child will laugh at all the things this silly animal can do with his spots. A definite hit with my little ones.When we got the book it came with a stuffed animal and my boys still fight over "Spot" the beloved main character of the story.This has a great rhythm to it as well which will have you acting it out with the kids which of course will give them even more giggles.I highly recommend this!

    3. I fell in love with this book as a young girl, jealous that my friend owned it. It is a fun, whimsical, rhyming book that I never tire of reading. Last night I had my grand daughter read it to me, and she loved the swinging rhythm of the words. The story it tells is of finding one's place in life, and being confident in the talents that God has given us. Sometimes it just takes time to find the best match for our abilities.

    4. “Put Me in the Zoo” by Robert Lopshire is a children’s book written about an animal that wants to be in a zoo.The animal really wanted to be kept in a zoo, but when he asked the zookeepers, they said no and kicked him out. At first, he was very upset and did not understand why they would not keep him. He met the young brother and sister and he started to do tricks for them. He changed the color of his spots from red to blue to orange to green and to violet. The little boy and girl loved wa [...]

    5. You really want to get the board book on this, because the board book is condensed quite a bit. Frankly, the antics of the multi-spotted cougar get annoying after a while - there's just too much repetition. It's an OK kid's book, not much more than that, and the primary purpose is in identifying the colors on the cougar (if that's what it is). The board book concentrates on that, and it's much shorter and that much better.Having said that, this is a near-perfect look at what you need to do in a [...]

    6. Nick liked that he could read it aloud. Matt liked the pictures and was interested when the kids wore the spots. Many of these beginner readers really have lasted the test of time (Suess, Are you my Mother?, Go Dog Go, etc), but this particular one mentions that the loveable spotty animal might be best suited for the circus. No animal is suited for the circus. And though I'm not fanatical about abolishing them (perhaps I should be), that little point certainly dampens the story for our household [...]

    7. I loved this book as a kid. It was one of my favorites and I just re read it since I’m giving it as a gift and I still liked it a lot compared to some of the others I re read. I liked all the color changes and movement of the spots as a kid and it made it a bit more interesting than some of the others to me now.

    8. Put Me in the Zoo, was and still is, handsdown, my favorite picture book. EVER. My mother read this book to me so many times, that I would know if she didn't finish the page, and I knew exactly what needed to be said, on each specific page. My mother could read it with her eyes closed, and would know exactly when to turn the page, and I would "read" it upside down, and sideways. I never realized when I was younger that this book would be considered poetry, but being older now, I do think that it [...]

    9. This afternoon I observed my daughter "reading" this book to her babies. When I asked her about why she chose this particular book, here was her answer. "My babies love to hear about how he can put his spots everywhere and how they change color. It also helps my babies learn their colors. It helped me. Remember, Mom? I used to mix up yellow and orange. It's also funny when the kids tell him he needs to be in the circus. That's funny." I couldn't have said it better myself. :)

    10. This book reviews color names, includes rhyme, and has cute illlustrations. There is even a problem and solution here (main character wants to go to the zoo, but he gets kicked out. I won't spoil the ending for you, but there's an alternative solution).My daughter enjoys hearing this book before bed, and I'm sure it'll be one of the books she'll be reading to herself as she gets older.

    11. This a fun book that is full of rhymes. It's a part of the "I Can Read" beginner books. This would be a great book to have in a preschool or early elementary classroom because its full of sight words and rhymes making it an easier read for beginner readers. This book can increase children's confidence in reading.

    12. A Mommy Poem about "Put Me In the Zoo"This book has 65 pages. I feel like I've been reading it for ages.My 1 year old asks me to read it everyday. I have no choice but to say "Okay."Twice a day for 2 months long;I need wine to keep me strong. Adding it to my Reading Challenge now.To this, I DARE anyone to say "No way; no how." Signed, Mom of a Book Lover

    13. I read this children's book while sitting in a waiting room. I enjoyed the illustrations as well as the message. It held my attention and helped me relax after a hectic day. I would enjoy reading this to a child.

    14. A boy and girl help a talented, uh, bear-thing achieve his dreams of showmanship. An inspiring story of friendship and self-actualization. One of my favorite books as an early reader. Funny, though—I don't think I ever noticed the cameo appearance in the last page until just now.

    15. This one is new to me, but I'm delighted to have stumbled across it. I always hear about three or four color illustration books but this is a really neat way to accomplish that. Fun as an early reader and fun for 'rhymes a little bit too. Definitely will read many times more.

    16. Extremely hilarious, well-written children's book that I never tire reading. The illustrations are bright and cheery.

    17. This book is a great tool to use to talk about colors, over, under, in, out, and on. You can also use it to build a young reader vocabulary.

    18. Quote: "No. You should NOT be in the zoo. With all the things that you can do, the circus is the place for you." I enjoyed this quote because the meaning of it to me is saying that you have to keep looking before you find a place that you belong.Character: The spotted dog thing The main character of the book. I liked this character because he just kept trying and he didn't give up until he found where he knew he belonged.Theme:You should never stop searching for the right place. Let being who yo [...]

    19. A fun rhyming book about a part dog/part bear animal that's yellow with red polka dots who wants to live at the zoo. He asks the security guards if he can stay, but they kick him out. A boy and girl then tell him he doesn't belong in the zoo because he doesn't "do" anything. The animal then proceeds to switch his spots from red, to blue, to orange, and then green. The children encourage him to keep changing his spots till he makes rainbow spots. He then puts his spots on all sorts of things, lik [...]

    20. 1. No awards2. Kindergarten to 2nd grade3. This book tells the story of an animal who visits the zoo and gets kicked out. He dreams of being in the zoo and tells two children why he belongs there. He has specials spots all over him that he can change colors, take off, make bigger or smaller, and so on. You’ll have to read to find out if he gets put in the zoo!4. I loved this book! It sends the message to never give up on yourself or feel that you aren’t good enough. Children will learn to be [...]

    21. This book is about finding your place in the world. The lion in the book really wants to be in the zoo and shows the two children what he can do. This leads to children telling him that he is better off in the circus. The lion loves this idea more and finds his place in the circus.Three ways to use this book:1. This book can help teach the idea that you have a place in the world. The lion found the place in society in the lion.2. This book also teaches that your first choice might not be the bes [...]

    22. I think that that book was brilliant!! And, this book was a lot harder than all the others that I read. I thought that this book had a lot of words that I did not know. But I figured out that these books look okay but these books are kind of hard. But you need to just figure out how to read and sound them out. Reading is fun!!!And, these books kind of look easy to you and these books can be hard or easy. And I bet that you have never seen a chapter that a kid can read but reading is very very ve [...]

    23. This is a cute story about an animal who wants to be in the zoo. The zookeepers won't let him in and he ends up showing some kids his tricks. The kids then advise him to try out the circus and that's where he ends up.

    24. not sure if it's a meditation on why animals, once domesticated, desire their own imprisonment or a kid's version of browning's freaks.

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