Time for (Earth) School, Dewey Dew

Time for Earth School Dewey Dew Click Clack Waddle Dot Dewey Dew from Planet Eight Hundred Seventy Two Point Nine does not want to go to school not on his planet and definitely not on Planet Earth at Mrs Brightsun s School for Litt

  • Title: Time for (Earth) School, Dewey Dew
  • Author: Leslie Staub Jeff Mack
  • ISBN: 9781590789582
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Click Clack Waddle Dot Dewey Dew from Planet Eight Hundred Seventy Two Point Nine does not want to go to school not on his planet, and definitely not on Planet Earth at Mrs Brightsun s School for Little Learners Everything on Earth is different His clothes don t fit right, his classmates don t look like him, and even Earth noises sound weird In this first day of schoolClick Clack Waddle Dot Dewey Dew from Planet Eight Hundred Seventy Two Point Nine does not want to go to school not on his planet, and definitely not on Planet Earth at Mrs Brightsun s School for Little Learners Everything on Earth is different His clothes don t fit right, his classmates don t look like him, and even Earth noises sound weird In this first day of school story with a twist, nervous Dewey Dew learns that new experiences like going to school on another planet might be okay after all.

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  • Here's another back-to-school book, but with a clever twist. It's hard enough for human children to go back to school, but what about if you are from another planet? Dewey may only have one eye, and three fingers on each hand, but he dorfles (cries) just like any Earth child. But then J.J. Burfdorg Havermeier the Third invites Dewey to stand in line with him, and that's all it took to make Dewey feel better. This is a great story of how just doing one simple thing to help someone can make all th [...]


  • Click-clack, waddle-waddle, dot-dot, Dewey Dew! A surprise hit that we found at the library recently, this children's book does a great job teaching in a unique way (alien linguistics) that it's okay for kids to be different, and a little nervous about attending a new school. Ootay is uttered frequently around our house these days, and Dewey's story is a constant request. Here's to the next edition of this little alien's adventures!


  • This fun picture book about a little space alien that's nervous about his first day of school on Earth would be a good one to share with young children who may also be worried about their first day. Dewey Dew is different from all of the other kids at his new school and he's sure he won't fit in. See what a difference a smile can make. This could lead to a good conversation about how to make others feel welcome.


  • Click-Clack Waddle-Waddle Dot-Dot Dewey Dew does not want to go to a new school on Planet Earth. His new clothes don't fit right and he feels so different from the other kids. Can Dewey Dew find a way to fit in and make friends? This book was adorable and a creative way to help kids feel better about starting at a new school. Even more so, all of the alien words are fun to read aloud.


  • Amusing first day of school book, featuring an alien who goes to earth school. I thought the made up alien words and the names of characters and places were funny. One of my kids was quick to point out that ootay is really okay but they spelled it wrong.Good for alien-themed story time and first day of school story times.


  • Dewey Dew is going to a brand new school and is very nervous. He is also on a new planet, which doesn't help him. He is very nervous about his appearance and isn't sure he will like the school and the people around him. He then learns that the school isn't bad like he thought and enjoyed it because everyone was very open to him. This book is a great back to school book for children!



  • My daughter absolutely loved this book!!! She laughed pretty much the whole way through!! Such a cute book for those getting ready to start school!


  • Fans of Tedd Arnold's Huggly will see a kindred spirit in Dewey Dew. Poor Click-Clack Waddle-Waddle Dot-Dot Dewey Dew does not want to go to school, and it's not just the usual reluctance of a child starting school. It's much worse because he has to get in the space ship and go all the way to Earth to attend Ms. Brightsun's School. It's enough to make his eye dorfle (which looks suspiciously like crying with his one big eye). In much the same way that Huggly looks comical dressed in human clothe [...]


  • Great Back to School read! Dewey Dew is an alien attending Earth school for the very first time. He feels so different from all the other students at Ms. Brightsun's School for Little Learners and although the other students do not seem to mind this, Dewey has a hard time interacting with them. Readers will delight in the "alien" names Dewey and his mom have for common Earth feelings, actions and things. A story about the Power of One person's openness to different in the lives of others can be [...]


  • Here's another back-to-school book, but with a clever twist. It's hard enough for human children to go back to school, but what about if you are from another planet? Dewey may only have one eye, and three fingers on each hand, but he dorfles (cries) just like any Earth child. But then J.J. Burfdorg Havermeier the Third invites Dewey to stand in line with him, and that's all it took to make Dewey feel better. This is a great story of how just doing one simple thing to help someone can make all th [...]


  • An alien boy has trouble adjusting to starting school, but his whole day turns around when he makes a friend.The story is okay and the idea of casting the main character as an alien as a way of exploring just how foreign starting school can feel is something I can really appreciate. I didn't really like the storytelling with all of the "alien" terminology; that's just my taste, other readers may really like that about this book.Pencil, watercolor, and digital media artwork really shines when Dew [...]


  • A little alien is brought to Earth to go to school and feels alone and left out because he is so different than the Earth children. But as the day progresses, he finds that while he might be like the other kids, friendship can bridge all the differences.Great illustrations!


  • Solid theme about going to a new school and making friends, its just to weird how they use some made up words (like one for okay) but then don't change others (like kiss), Illustrations are standard




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