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In this book, like in Hate that Dog, a boy (Jack) is writing poems to his teacher (Mrs. Stretchberry).
I laughed out loud, I cried, I sighed, and now I wish for everyone to read this book for the same amazing round of emotions so wrought in one book.
This is probably a book that students would read in school, but could also be used at home for children that love poetry.
I used this book (and Love That Dog by the same author) to introduce "poetry" to a small group of gifted fifth graders who have English as a second language.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary V. Perry
Hate That Cat was an amazing sequel to an amazing book. All ages can enjoy this well written and dynamic short story simply about one kid's adventures in poetry. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hannah Mango
Sharon Creech is masterful. Hate That Cat is a companion to Love That Dog. Thank you Sharon for exposing students to authors other than yourself. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Buckley
best book to read with your son and introduce him to writing poetry. Not just reading it, but writing it. It worked like a charm. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Casanova
Love that Dog and Hate that Cat are my favorites. I use them are read alouds each year for my third graders. (Good for third-fifth) It is a great way to introduce poetry.Published 8 months ago by Cynthia M. Schultz
Purchased for School District. I can only assume that all was okay with the purchase because I didn't hear any complaints.Published 15 months ago by CJ Harris
A gift for a grand-daughter for Christmas who had it on her wish list. She was excited it get it and actually started reading it immediately while we were still opening gifts. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Alice Cooper