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by Leslie Morrill,Judith Whitelock McInerney

  • Author: Leslie Morrill,Judith Whitelock McInerney
  • ISBN: 082340515X
  • ISBN13: 978-0823405152
  • ePub: 1771 kb | FB2: 1494 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Holiday House; 1st edition (April 1, 1984)
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 103
  • Format: azw docx lrf lit
Judge Benjamin: Superdog Rescue ePub download

by. Judith Whitelock McInerney, Leslie H. Morrill (Illustrator). St. Bernard dog Judge Benjamin accompanies his family to the country for a weekend visit that lasts longer than expected.

by. I remember liking the Judge Benjamin books as a child; grown-up me is less impressed. A cute enough story, recommended to the dog-obsessed third-grader who will look right past its flaws.

Great Gramps almost comes to regret his decision when, after a bad fall, he allows Judge Benjamin and the O'Rileys to move in and run things on his farm.

McInerney, Judith Whitelock; Morrill, Leslie . ill. Publication date. Saint Bernard dog, Dogs, Humorous stories, Saint Bernard dog, Dogs, Humorous stories. New York : Simon & Schuster. Great Gramps almost comes to regret his decision when, after a bad fall, he allows Judge Benjamin and the O'Rileys to move in and run things on his farm.

Judge Benjamin sets out to save them and along the way encounters an endangered St. Bernard-with a surpriseĀ . Morrill was an award-winning children's book illustrator. Bernard-with a surprise guaranteed to leave kids howling with laughter. Originally he contemplated becoming a dancer, he was talented in tap but decided not to make it his profession because the physically demanding career would likely not last long. He decided to focus on art and enrolled in the Boston Museum School of Art.

by Judith Whitelock McInerney. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Judge Benjamin, a St. Bernard, solves a mystery while stranded with "his" family in an abandoned farmhouse during a blizzard.

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About Judith Whitelock McInerney (Author) : Judith Whitelock McInerney is a published author of children's books. more View Judith Whitelock McInerney's profile. About Leslie H. Morrill (Illustrator) : Leslie H. Morrill is a published author, illustrator, and a photographer of children's books and young adult books more View Leslie H. Morrill's profile.

Judge Benjamin, a St. Bernard, solves a mystery while stranded with "his" family in an abandoned farmhouse during a blizzard

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Grade 4-6 McInerney's fifth Judge Benjamin novel is standard fare for the series

Grade 4-6 McInerney's fifth Judge Benjamin novel is standard fare for the series. Here the St. Bernard and his mate Agatha Bliss once more enjoy a series of adventures, including pulling a sleigh to the school Christmas pageant, rescuing an elderly woman and having a litter of pups. They are aided and abetted in their endeavors by their owners, the O'Rileys. The story, like the earlier ones, is narrated by Judge Benjamin himself and is complemented by Morrill's pen line illustrations.

Story about a big dog and his family. End of Chapter 2 -Chapter 4,a,Judge Benjamin: the Superdog secret by Judith White lock McInermey. Val's Whitewolf Media.

Beginning with a primer on questions by Benjamin Dykes, Judges opens with introductions by Masha'allah, 'Umar, and Sahl on choosing significators and victors, and identifying modes of perfection. Well-known and lesser-known manuals on questions are then collated by house topic, ranging from matters of wealth, marriage, war, theft, positions of honor and rulership, travel, and horse racing.

Judge Benjamin, a St. Bernard, solves a mystery while stranded with "his" family in an abandoned farmhouse during a blizzard.
Humin
This is a by-the-numbers children's book that closely follows the formula of the first Judge Benjamin book. The story is told in the voice of Judge Benjamin himself, a gigantic St. Bernard that spends his time looking after his human family.

This book features some fish out of water action when Judge and his family visit the country.

The stock episodes include a costumed Halloween adventure, a late-night rescue of a close-to-death abandoned puppy, and a scare when Gramps takes a nasty tumble. In all cases, Judge does his best to use his size, strength, and loud bark to get the problems resolved.

There are times when author McInerney seems to forget her "doggy voice," as in some of her character descriptions. Would Judge really note that a visiting doctor "...could have been two hundred years old. Or he could have been fifty. He had that kind of semilined face, white hair, and remarkably trim, energetic body..."? Of course not. As captivating as the description might be, it takes us out of Judge's head in a sometimes jarring way.

That being said, the book is filled with cute moments, be they slapstick or other types of broad comedy, that will probably appeal to a youngster.

If you like silly books about human-like animals, you might as well choose this or James Howe's Bunnicula series. But if you're looking for something a little more touching, exciting, and realistic, you might want to try Wallace's "A Dog Called Kitty" for starters.
Mall
A fun read about the adventures of a family and their St Bernard.
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