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by Roddy Doyle

eBook Rover Saves Christmas download ISBN: 0439982901
Author: Roddy Doyle
Publisher: Scholastic (October 18, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1843 kb
Fb2: 1874 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Teenager

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If yes, read Rover Saves Christmas by: Roddy Doyle. If no, go find some other book. What happen when Rudolph gets sick on Chtistmas Eve? Rover saves the day, with a little help from his friends. Can a dog make it all around the world in one night? I think Roddy Doyle wrote this book because he nedded a good laugh.

Rover Saves Christmas book. Roddy Doyle's fabulous sequel to the New York Times best seller THE GIGGLER TREATMENT. now in paperback! Rudolph the reindeer is being a pain

Rover Saves Christmas book. now in paperback! Rudolph the reindeer is being a pain. He only has to work one day a year and what does he do? He calls in sick! Enter Rover, the only dog with the smarts, talent, good looks, and charms to be a sub. Rover's about to take Santa on the ride of his life - and Roddy Doyle's fabulous sequel to the New York Times best seller THE GIGGLER TREATMENT.

When Rudolph comes down with the flu, it's up to Rover the dog and the Mack children to help Santa complete his Christmas deliveries.

Doyle, Roddy, 1958-; Ajhar, Brian, ill. Publication date. Humorous stories, Humorous stories, Christmas. New York : Arthur A. Levine Books. When Rudolph comes down with the flu, it's up to Rover the dog and the Mack children to help Santa complete his Christmas deliveries. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by MishelP-loader on September 3, 2010.

Rover Saves Christmas. Gloriously silly comedy from Booker prize winner and bestseller Roddy Doyle. It's Christmas eve and Rudolph's got the flu!

Rover Saves Christmas. It's Christmas eve and Rudolph's got the flu! Will the big day be cancelled? Or can Rover the wonder-dog come to the rescue? To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Rover Saves Christmas Award-winning author/illustrator. Roddy Doyle is the author of many acclaimed and bestselling novels: including A Star Called Henry, The Commitments and The Van. This is his third book for children published by Scholastic. Suitable for 7 - 9 years.

Best Christmas books: How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Rover Saves Christmas. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has pulled a Christmas sickie and Santa’s sleigh isn’t going anywhere. But Christmas is not about what’s under the tree, it’s about what’s in our hearts, according to Dr. Seuss. But maybe Rover the wonder dog has something to say about that.

Christmas is under threat! Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer only works one night a year-but, unfortunately, he's chosen Christmas Eve to take a sickie. When your star sleigh-puller is stable-ridden with the flu, what do you do? You call Rover...Join Rover, Robbie, Jimmy and Kayla, and all the other stars of the Giggler Treatment for a fantastic race against time...as Santa embarks on a sleigh-ride he'll never forget...
Comments: (7)
Fordredor
This will provide a whole lot of laughs for your little ones (or even just for you).

The pictures and the sense of humor is very charming and clever.
Anardred
Gift for granddaughter who has enjoyed it.
ZloyGenii
Roddy Doyle has indeed done it again. This book ( a sequel to The Giggler Treatment) has all of the traits that made the original a must read book, wit, intelligence and a great sense of fun.
Rover is not your basic 'dog next door' and neither is the book. As you might expect, Rudolph has decided not to guide Santa's sleigh on Xmas Eve and it is up to Rover to make sure that all the good kids in the world get their toys.
If anyone has read "The Giggler Treatment" to know what to expect. A fun romp where the reader (from 8 to 80) never knows quite what is going to happen next, but that the gifts will arrive on time.
Unlike some authors Roddy Doyle does not insult his reader, while giving them an exciting and playful story.
Read the Giggler Treatment to your class first if you are a teacher like I am , and then expect your class to want this book!
Llanonte
THis book is FUNNY. I spotted it in the children's section in our bookstore and decided that it is somethign worth getting for my son (a couple of years will pass before he is old enough for ths, but as an ambitious mother I have already started building a library--I kow it is silly, but it is amazing how many really good children's books are rarely reprinted)
I read it and was laughing out loud. It is a simple story--Rudolph goes on strike and Santa needs to use Rover, the dog. The short chapters are hilarious, and the illustrations are beautiful. Some situations are absurd, and this absurdity is reinforced by the way the novel is structured (with recurring chapters and ads).
Doyle has a great, multi-layered sense of humor, that borh children and adults will enjoy. He reminded me a lot of Terry Pratchett.
Hilarious Kangaroo
Do you like comedy, or laughing so hard you cry? If yes, read Rover Saves Christmas by: Roddy Doyle. If no, go find some other book.

What happen when Rudolph gets sick on Chtistmas Eve? Rover saves the day, with a little help from his friends. Can a dog make it all around the world in one night?

I think Roddy Doyle wrote this book because he nedded a good laugh.

This is the best book ever. It's so funny ( like S.N.L. for kids funny .) Even my mom likes it. So what are you waiting for? Go buy the book and read it!

P.S. : Read every page even 159.

P.S.S : Who are you? Who are you? Whhhooo aaarrreee yyyoooouu?!

P.S.S.S. : Bum - Bum! Bum - Bum!! Buuummm - Buummm!!!

You have to read the book to understand this.
Alsalar
I was disappointed by... rave review for this book (which prompted our purchase). I haven't read any others in the series, but if they're similar, parents would do well to note my concerns. While this book is listed as appropriate for kids aged 9-12, it is really difficult for a 9-year-old to manage. It reads something like a sitcom script, with commercials included -- lots of fast cuts from one scene to another; wisecracking asides (many of which are probably only funny to those with a developed sense of irony, i.e., adults -- my daughter didn't laugh at all); and line after line of unattributed dialogue (no "he said" or "she said"), so readers are often confused about who said what. My daughter first read it silently, then I read it to her aloud, and it was still tough for her to follow. This would more likely appeal to those at the upper end of the 9-12 age group (although the "poo-poo" humor probably wouldn't appeal to kids that age), but it's very hard for some younger kids to follow. When the story follows a rare straight line for several pages it can be fun.
Freaky Hook
Rover Saves Christmas is about a dog named Rover who lives in Dublin with his friends. One day an elf showed up looking for Rover and told him that Santa needed him. So him , his friends, and the elf were off. when they got there they left emediatly. The rest of the night was incredable and they had a blast.

I think this is a great book for grades kindergarden through third.
Roddy Doyle became an instant hit with my nine year old (and thirteen year old) when we read 'The Giggler Treatment' together. A story whose central theme revolved around Mr Mack stepping into a pile of freshly laid poo and how Rover came to the rescue.
Consequently we immediately ordered the other two books in the series and we were not disappointed (they could have been longer). What is most enjoyable is how the characters all manage to have a say in how the story will proceed. One moment we are with Rover and the kids, the next moment the author (presumably Roddy is taking a coffee break while the story 'idles' and then suddenly Rover is egging the author to get back to his desk and continue writing. Wildy unpredictable - like Milligan but original. Highly recommended by both kids and myself