Skippyjon Jones, Class Action

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10 thoughts on “Skippyjon Jones, Class Action

  1. Stacia Leigh Stacia Leigh says:

    In this book our main character is referred to in many ways Skippyjon Jones, nugget, kitty boy, hombre, Skippito Friskito, dude, Skippy, gatito, Mr Whistle Whiskers, and Little Dipper.Then there s the closet, the extra characters with strange names, throw in Spanish and French elements, mix with varying font types and sizesI was confused.


  2. Shannon Shannon says:

    Whuuuuuuuut What HAPPENED Not funny at ALL And I don t even know what to say about the idea that the dogs go to school and the cats stay home to do the housework.


  3. Meg McGregor Meg McGregor says:

    This little kitty has crawled right into my heart and has a permanent resting place there I love Skippyjon The illustrations are wry and whimsical, the text poetic and lively, and it just makes me happy reading this to my little ones Skippy is a Siamese Cat who thinks he is a mighty chihuahua His imagination has no limits and he is just the cutest little thing.I especially am happy that little ones, who hear this, will be given an introduction to Spanish, in a very pleasing and memorable way S This little kitty has crawled right into my heart and has a permanent resting place there I love Skippyjon The illustrations are wry and whimsical, the text poetic and lively, and it just makes me happy reading this to my little ones Skippy is a Siamese Cat who thinks he is a mighty chihuahua His imagination has no limits and he is just the cutest little thing.I especially am happy that little ones, who hear this, will be given an introduction to Spanish, in a very pleasing and memorable way Speaking of happiness, there is lots of humor in this story and in the illustrations Little ones will enjoy going over all the pictures again and again In this adventure, Skippyjon Jones wants to go to school like all the dogs do On the bus, he finds out the school is being terrorized by the wooly bully he vows to defeat this nemesis Among the classes he takes are a art where he drew his best ever doggie doodle.b music where he bayed like a beagle for the canine chorus.c library time where he realize4s that Not even a bowl full of frijoles smelled as delicious as the scent of books waiting to be read I heartily agree Being a teacher and nanny for forty years, I had to laugh at the teacher s names The art teacher s name is Mrs Houndler the music teacher is Mr Muzzeltuff the math teacher is Mrs McDrooler, and the librarian is Mrs Leonora Lappsitter.I really have to admire Skippyjon s Mother She is the model of patience


  4. Lynne Lynne says:

    Let me start off with stating that I really like the Skippyjon Jones books It is a cute character, the illustrations are fun, and the word play and story lines are usually good However, I didn t find that I liked this one as well as some others The pages are very busy overwhelming at times Also, while I know that kids like rhyme, adding an O to things to create that rhyme was just annoying to me I think children will still like the story and the character, but I don t want to be the one w Let me start off with stating that I really like the Skippyjon Jones books It is a cute character, the illustrations are fun, and the word play and story lines are usually good However, I didn t find that I liked this one as well as some others The pages are very busy overwhelming at times Also, while I know that kids like rhyme, adding an O to things to create that rhyme was just annoying to me I think children will still like the story and the character, but I don t want to be the one who has to read it to them Disappointed in this one


  5. [Name Redacted] [Name Redacted] says:

    SUETER AND SUERTE ARE NOT THE SAME THING PLATANO AND BANANA or GUINEO ARE NOT THE SAME THING GAAAAAAAAAAAAAH


  6. Luann Luann says:

    I loved the first Skippyjon Jones book I read, which was the first Skippyjon Jones book I didn t enjoy the second one I read, Skippyjon Jones Lost in Spice, nearly as much It seemed to be just exactly like the first with just a different theme In some book series that s a good thing, but in this one it just wasn t as much fun the second time Although I do have to say I haven t noticed any of the students in my library turning their nose up at a second Skipppyjon Jones book They seem to enj I loved the first Skippyjon Jones book I read, which was the first Skippyjon Jones book I didn t enjoy the second one I read, Skippyjon Jones Lost in Spice, nearly as much It seemed to be just exactly like the first with just a different theme In some book series that s a good thing, but in this one it just wasn t as much fun the second time Although I do have to say I haven t noticed any of the students in my library turning their nose up at a second Skipppyjon Jones book They seem to enjoy their second as much as the first So I figured they would like a third as well I wasn t planning to read this, but I m glad I did This one seemed to have a bitto it or maybe I just like the school themethan spice I especially loved the references to other children s books such as Don t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and The Cat in the Hat Fun And of course I always love it when any story characters spend time in a library All the expected Skippyjon Jones wackiness is here are as well I expect that this will be well received in my library


  7. kristen kristen says:

    Thank you Mrs Reinhardt for this fun gift today I have heard so much about these Skippyjon Jones books but had never picked one up until Mrs R so generously left one in my classroom this morning Our comprehension strategy was to go back and reread if we didn t understand and this was the perfect book to practice with It was a BLAST reading these spanish words and then using context clues to decipher meaning or backing up to reread to make sense of the crazy fun of the story My 2nd graders Thank you Mrs Reinhardt for this fun gift today I have heard so much about these Skippyjon Jones books but had never picked one up until Mrs R so generously left one in my classroom this morning Our comprehension strategy was to go back and reread if we didn t understand and this was the perfect book to practice with It was a BLAST reading these spanish words and then using context clues to decipher meaning or backing up to reread to make sense of the crazy fun of the story My 2nd graders loved this book I can t wait to get my hands on the others


  8. Jacque Sherbak Jacque Sherbak says:

    Our Siamese Kitty Boy is fantasizing again This time he dreams he goes to school with the other dogs he imagines himself a chihuahua you see He will confront the dreaded wooly bully Probably the sweetest of his closet escapades and exposes the reader tospanish than in the past Loved it, the art is a hoot Check out the earrings on the librarian and posters in the dog school hallways


  9. Amberly Amberly says:

    I think this is the third Skippyjon Jones book I ve read I kept hoping I d get what everyone else seems to love but I don t I had a hard time even paying attention.


  10. Rebecca Dean Rebecca Dean says:

    This book was very hard to fallow The words a are written in all differnt sized and styled fonts, which I think would be hard for a beginning reader to fallow and read all the way through.


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Skippyjon Jones, Class Action ❰EPUB❯ ✶ Skippyjon Jones, Class Action Author Judy Schachner – Polishdarling.co.uk Skippyjon Jones really wants to go to school School is for dogs, his mama tells him It s where they go to get trained But nothing can stop Skippy once inside his closet, he finds himself on the playgr Skippyjon Jones really wants to go to school School is for dogs, his mama tells him It s where they go to get trained But nothing can stop Skippy once inside his closet, he finds himself on the playground of his imagination, surrounded by dogs of all kinds He bays with the beagles, learns French with the poodles, and checks out a Chihuahua book from the library And when a bully starts sending shiver itos down the spines of the little yippers, Skippy saves the day and earns the biggest gold star.

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Skippyjon Jones, Class Action
  • Judy Schachner
  • English
  • 20 June 2019
  • 0525422285

About the Author: Judy Schachner

I was the last child and only daughter born to Edward and Mary Francis Byron on August th, in the city of Waltham, Massachusetts My oldest brother Ted was very good at art and my middle brother Kevin kept me laughing with his funny storiesGrowing up we didn t have much money My mother was very ill, and to make matters worse, I was extremely shy All my teachers complained that Judith needs to speak up in class, Judith needs to improve in arithmetic, and Judith needs to finish her work Skippyjon Jones, Epub / on time But no one complained about my artwork On paper I drew myself a world where mothers were healthy and teachers were kind My life was perfection in pencilIn , Massachusetts College of Art accepted me as a student despite my poor SAT scores I graduated in with a BFA in illustration and went straight into the greeting card factories which included a stint at Hallmark For five years I designed cute cards, sad cards, funny cards, and wedding cards I was not having fun in fact I never wanted to pick up a paintbrush againThen I met my husband, Bob, and for the first time in many years I could step off the to treadmill and devote all my energy to creating a portfolio of children s book art That was until two little baby girls were born Then motherhood became my favorite new jobOver the years I read hundreds of books to my daughters Inspired by the art and words, I was moved once again to finish my portfolio and take it on the road to New York That s when I met Lucia MonfriedThe most important relationship in publishing is that of the author illustrator and her editor I am most lucky to have Lucia With her gentle encouragement and wisdom she took me by the hand and helped me accomplish the impossible In I not only illustrated my first picture book but I wrote it too Willy and May was published to wonderful reviews and no one ever suspected my fear of semi colonsThe great thing about my job is that one day I can be writing about history, as I did in Mr Emerson s Cook The next day I m drawing a wacky old woman for I Know An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie Or I can bring to life a beloved pet cat in my book The Grannyman I live in a constant state of rd grade bliss making up stories and drawing pictures Isn t that what we all did as children Several years ago the great author Lloyd Alexander stood in my back yard admiring my daughters Viking ship that s another story Never in my wildest fantasies did I ever think that my art would inhabit his world of words How the Cat Swallowed Thunder proves that dreams really do come true from.



10 thoughts on “Skippyjon Jones, Class Action

  1. Stacia Leigh Stacia Leigh says:

    In this book our main character is referred to in many ways Skippyjon Jones, nugget, kitty boy, hombre, Skippito Friskito, dude, Skippy, gatito, Mr Whistle Whiskers, and Little Dipper.Then there s the closet, the extra characters with strange names, throw in Spanish and French elements, mix with varying font types and sizesI was confused.


  2. Shannon Shannon says:

    Whuuuuuuuut What HAPPENED Not funny at ALL And I don t even know what to say about the idea that the dogs go to school and the cats stay home to do the housework.


  3. Meg McGregor Meg McGregor says:

    This little kitty has crawled right into my heart and has a permanent resting place there I love Skippyjon The illustrations are wry and whimsical, the text poetic and lively, and it just makes me happy reading this to my little ones Skippy is a Siamese Cat who thinks he is a mighty chihuahua His imagination has no limits and he is just the cutest little thing.I especially am happy that little ones, who hear this, will be given an introduction to Spanish, in a very pleasing and memorable way S This little kitty has crawled right into my heart and has a permanent resting place there I love Skippyjon The illustrations are wry and whimsical, the text poetic and lively, and it just makes me happy reading this to my little ones Skippy is a Siamese Cat who thinks he is a mighty chihuahua His imagination has no limits and he is just the cutest little thing.I especially am happy that little ones, who hear this, will be given an introduction to Spanish, in a very pleasing and memorable way Speaking of happiness, there is lots of humor in this story and in the illustrations Little ones will enjoy going over all the pictures again and again In this adventure, Skippyjon Jones wants to go to school like all the dogs do On the bus, he finds out the school is being terrorized by the wooly bully he vows to defeat this nemesis Among the classes he takes are a art where he drew his best ever doggie doodle.b music where he bayed like a beagle for the canine chorus.c library time where he realize4s that Not even a bowl full of frijoles smelled as delicious as the scent of books waiting to be read I heartily agree Being a teacher and nanny for forty years, I had to laugh at the teacher s names The art teacher s name is Mrs Houndler the music teacher is Mr Muzzeltuff the math teacher is Mrs McDrooler, and the librarian is Mrs Leonora Lappsitter.I really have to admire Skippyjon s Mother She is the model of patience


  4. Lynne Lynne says:

    Let me start off with stating that I really like the Skippyjon Jones books It is a cute character, the illustrations are fun, and the word play and story lines are usually good However, I didn t find that I liked this one as well as some others The pages are very busy overwhelming at times Also, while I know that kids like rhyme, adding an O to things to create that rhyme was just annoying to me I think children will still like the story and the character, but I don t want to be the one w Let me start off with stating that I really like the Skippyjon Jones books It is a cute character, the illustrations are fun, and the word play and story lines are usually good However, I didn t find that I liked this one as well as some others The pages are very busy overwhelming at times Also, while I know that kids like rhyme, adding an O to things to create that rhyme was just annoying to me I think children will still like the story and the character, but I don t want to be the one who has to read it to them Disappointed in this one


  5. [Name Redacted] [Name Redacted] says:

    SUETER AND SUERTE ARE NOT THE SAME THING PLATANO AND BANANA or GUINEO ARE NOT THE SAME THING GAAAAAAAAAAAAAH


  6. Luann Luann says:

    I loved the first Skippyjon Jones book I read, which was the first Skippyjon Jones book I didn t enjoy the second one I read, Skippyjon Jones Lost in Spice, nearly as much It seemed to be just exactly like the first with just a different theme In some book series that s a good thing, but in this one it just wasn t as much fun the second time Although I do have to say I haven t noticed any of the students in my library turning their nose up at a second Skipppyjon Jones book They seem to enj I loved the first Skippyjon Jones book I read, which was the first Skippyjon Jones book I didn t enjoy the second one I read, Skippyjon Jones Lost in Spice, nearly as much It seemed to be just exactly like the first with just a different theme In some book series that s a good thing, but in this one it just wasn t as much fun the second time Although I do have to say I haven t noticed any of the students in my library turning their nose up at a second Skipppyjon Jones book They seem to enjoy their second as much as the first So I figured they would like a third as well I wasn t planning to read this, but I m glad I did This one seemed to have a bitto it or maybe I just like the school themethan spice I especially loved the references to other children s books such as Don t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and The Cat in the Hat Fun And of course I always love it when any story characters spend time in a library All the expected Skippyjon Jones wackiness is here are as well I expect that this will be well received in my library


  7. kristen kristen says:

    Thank you Mrs Reinhardt for this fun gift today I have heard so much about these Skippyjon Jones books but had never picked one up until Mrs R so generously left one in my classroom this morning Our comprehension strategy was to go back and reread if we didn t understand and this was the perfect book to practice with It was a BLAST reading these spanish words and then using context clues to decipher meaning or backing up to reread to make sense of the crazy fun of the story My 2nd graders Thank you Mrs Reinhardt for this fun gift today I have heard so much about these Skippyjon Jones books but had never picked one up until Mrs R so generously left one in my classroom this morning Our comprehension strategy was to go back and reread if we didn t understand and this was the perfect book to practice with It was a BLAST reading these spanish words and then using context clues to decipher meaning or backing up to reread to make sense of the crazy fun of the story My 2nd graders loved this book I can t wait to get my hands on the others


  8. Jacque Sherbak Jacque Sherbak says:

    Our Siamese Kitty Boy is fantasizing again This time he dreams he goes to school with the other dogs he imagines himself a chihuahua you see He will confront the dreaded wooly bully Probably the sweetest of his closet escapades and exposes the reader tospanish than in the past Loved it, the art is a hoot Check out the earrings on the librarian and posters in the dog school hallways


  9. Amberly Amberly says:

    I think this is the third Skippyjon Jones book I ve read I kept hoping I d get what everyone else seems to love but I don t I had a hard time even paying attention.


  10. Rebecca Dean Rebecca Dean says:

    This book was very hard to fallow The words a are written in all differnt sized and styled fonts, which I think would be hard for a beginning reader to fallow and read all the way through.


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