Clifford the Champion

Clifford the Champion A new Clifford book from Norman Bridwell with foil on the cover Clifford has entered a contest to become America s Super Dog But he is competing against Champ Champ does everything perfectly He runs f

  • Title: Clifford the Champion
  • Author: Norman Bridwell
  • ISBN: 9780545101462
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A new Clifford book from Norman Bridwell with foil on the cover Clifford has entered a contest to become America s Super Dog But he is competing against Champ Champ does everything perfectly He runs fast, jumps high, and is good at catching Frisbees Champ may be a winner, but Clifford will prove he has good sportsmanship and a winning spirit Taller than a house and rA new Clifford book from Norman Bridwell with foil on the cover Clifford has entered a contest to become America s Super Dog But he is competing against Champ Champ does everything perfectly He runs fast, jumps high, and is good at catching Frisbees Champ may be a winner, but Clifford will prove he has good sportsmanship and a winning spirit Taller than a house and redder than a fire engine, Clifford the Big Red Dog has been loved by millions of children since he was created by Norman Bridwell in 1963 Today, Clifford also stars in his own TV series on PBS.

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    1 thought on “Clifford the Champion”

    1. Is it safe to say I'm getting burned out on everything Clifford? Are people going to attack me for that? Julia doesn't even watch Clifford but maybe one episode a month *if* she happens to catch it. We've only read a few books about the guy. How can I be burned out? He's cute enough. I guess. I think it's because he's big and red. That bothers me deep down I'm thinking. It's so not natural to say the least. Why couldn't he have been big and brown? Or black and white spots? Why bright red? I'm wa [...]

    2. This is probably one of my favorite Clifford books to-date. I liked that it showed Clifford and his antics again - how being SO large causes him to not be able to do normal dog tricks. But what I really liked was that Clifford didn't win. I think that it is important to show our kids that they might not always win, but that it's nothing to be ashamed of.The way the book was put together, I was able to ask my daughter who she thought was going to win each challenge as well, before we turned the p [...]

    3. When Emily Elizabeth enters Clifford into a dog competition, the results are humorous and somewhat predictable. Clifford is paired up with another dog, who runs the obstacle course and other trials perfectly - while Clifford, because he is so big, keeps getting stuck or breaking parts of the elements. However when it comes to the big splash competition, Clifford scores well, and almost wins when he saves his competitor who is unable to swim. My audience loved the funny pictures and the fact that [...]

    4. My daughter LOVES Clifford. This book is lovely because it teaches the children that even if they don't do all of the things that others can do, they can still make a difference. And it's not whether you win or lose, it's being yourself and participating to the fullest of your abilities. Even though he doesn't win the contest, Clifford still helps. He's a good dog, and he's still loved. That's an important lesson in my book.

    5. -i like how this book describes Clifford a champion, even though he did not physically win the contest-can be used to encourage children to always try their best, even if they might not win in physical terms-children can write a story or draw a picture about a time when they were in a contest or did something brave that was a good deed

    6. Clifford was labeled a champion although he didn't win the competition in this story because he helped his competitor when he was drowning. My K class enjoyed this story, and I really like this story because it teaches how everyone can be a champion even if they don't win first place.

    7. I used this book as a lead in to talk about the Olympics during a story time. It's a cute story that shows how a real champion doesn't necessarily have to win first place all the time.

    8. I was absolutely astonished that the really young crowd at the Early Years centre was willing to sit through this. I'm not a big fan of Clifford, but obviously he has his place!

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