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Perfect for fans of Big Nate, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and the previous Stick Dog books, Tom Watson’s hilarious series continues, and Stick Dog and his friends are on a funny quest for pizza! In the follow-up to Stick Dog and Stick Dog Wants a Hot Dog, Stick Dog returns with the same crazy crew. This time these canine friends have discovered a newfangled flavor—and it's even m Perfect for fans of Big Nate, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and the previous Stick Dog books, Tom Watson’s hilarious series continues, and Stick Dog and his friends are on a funny quest for pizza! In the follow-up to Stick Dog and Stick Dog Wants a Hot Dog, Stick Dog returns with the same crazy crew. This time these canine friends have discovered a newfangled flavor—and it's even more delicious than hamburgers and hot dogs. It's pizza! They won't be satisfied until they get some slices of their own. But it won't be that easy. There's a kitten to rescue, a plan to make, and the messiest—and most dangerous—game of catch they've ever played. Pizza is on the menu, but only if their mission succeeds. With hilarious text and stick-figure drawings, reluctant readers will eat this one up!  Other favorites in the series include Stick Dog Dreams of Ice Cream, Stick Dog Crashes a Party, and many more!


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Perfect for fans of Big Nate, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and the previous Stick Dog books, Tom Watson’s hilarious series continues, and Stick Dog and his friends are on a funny quest for pizza! In the follow-up to Stick Dog and Stick Dog Wants a Hot Dog, Stick Dog returns with the same crazy crew. This time these canine friends have discovered a newfangled flavor—and it's even m Perfect for fans of Big Nate, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and the previous Stick Dog books, Tom Watson’s hilarious series continues, and Stick Dog and his friends are on a funny quest for pizza! In the follow-up to Stick Dog and Stick Dog Wants a Hot Dog, Stick Dog returns with the same crazy crew. This time these canine friends have discovered a newfangled flavor—and it's even more delicious than hamburgers and hot dogs. It's pizza! They won't be satisfied until they get some slices of their own. But it won't be that easy. There's a kitten to rescue, a plan to make, and the messiest—and most dangerous—game of catch they've ever played. Pizza is on the menu, but only if their mission succeeds. With hilarious text and stick-figure drawings, reluctant readers will eat this one up!  Other favorites in the series include Stick Dog Dreams of Ice Cream, Stick Dog Crashes a Party, and many more!

30 review for Stick Dog Chases a Pizza

  1. 4 out of 5

    [Shai] Bibliophage

    I don't care if I'm way beyond the age bracket of the target reader of this book series. What's important is that these mutts are making me laugh with their silly plans and adventures. One particular part in this third book has made me teary-eyed. When Karen reminisced the days when her former owner used to read bedtime stories to her is a subtle message that dogs, either stray or not, has feelings too. This book series could be a little bit silly but the message that the author wants to instill I don't care if I'm way beyond the age bracket of the target reader of this book series. What's important is that these mutts are making me laugh with their silly plans and adventures. One particular part in this third book has made me teary-eyed. When Karen reminisced the days when her former owner used to read bedtime stories to her is a subtle message that dogs, either stray or not, has feelings too. This book series could be a little bit silly but the message that the author wants to instill to us is on how sad is the life of stray dogs. We should be aware of this and trying to feed them or trying to rescue them will make a big change to their lives.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    I like the other books in the Stick Dog series, but the pacing in this one really got on my nerves and I didn't buy the fact that the dogs didn't know what pizza was despite the fact that they referred to the cardboard circles they pursued "pizza circles." Not sure if this series has just run its course (it's very formulaic at this point) or if this food quest just didn't work, but I was disappointed by this installment in the series. The characterization and dialogue makes for a good read aloud I like the other books in the Stick Dog series, but the pacing in this one really got on my nerves and I didn't buy the fact that the dogs didn't know what pizza was despite the fact that they referred to the cardboard circles they pursued "pizza circles." Not sure if this series has just run its course (it's very formulaic at this point) or if this food quest just didn't work, but I was disappointed by this installment in the series. The characterization and dialogue makes for a good read aloud with K-3 classrooms. Usually, the endings are pretty funny/complicated/happy for the dogs, which is a nice pay-off. Overall, I just found my favorite elements of this series to be weaker in this book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sherry

    I'm a big fan of Stick Dog. These books make me hopefully that even I could draw! I enjoy that narrator who doesn't know as much as the reader. Besides being funny, it's great literary technique to teach to kids. I did want to eat a pizza after I finished this book. I'm a big fan of Stick Dog. These books make me hopefully that even I could draw! I enjoy that narrator who doesn't know as much as the reader. Besides being funny, it's great literary technique to teach to kids. I did want to eat a pizza after I finished this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    wally

    read this one today the 3rd of february 2020 kindle library loaner first from watson...i think...kindle library loaner. go stick dog! dirty old pizza stealing dog!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Doug

    My grandson made me read it. It was pretty good. A lot of interesting dialogue and thrilling adventure.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cat

    Another hilarious story!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Charlize Loayon

    In this book "Stick Dog Chases a Pizza" it's about 5 dogs who were best friends. One day, they got really bored, so they wanted to play their favorite game, Frisbee. They remembered that there was an orange Frisbee at the park's basketball court, but one of the dogs remembered that they shouldn't even try to look for it because one of the dogs ate it. So they went to the park to look for a new Frisbee. They kept looking, and looking, but they couldn't find the right Frisbee. Until one of the dog In this book "Stick Dog Chases a Pizza" it's about 5 dogs who were best friends. One day, they got really bored, so they wanted to play their favorite game, Frisbee. They remembered that there was an orange Frisbee at the park's basketball court, but one of the dogs remembered that they shouldn't even try to look for it because one of the dogs ate it. So they went to the park to look for a new Frisbee. They kept looking, and looking, but they couldn't find the right Frisbee. Until one of the dogs finds a cardboard circle from a pizza box. They try to use it but, they never had a Frisbee that tasted good. So they ended up eating the leftover pizza that was on the circle. They decided that they wanted more because it tasted good, and they could use it as a Frisbee. The dogs then look at the box to see and address to a place called "Pizza Palace". They soon take an adventure to the pizza place to get another one of those delicious circles. Once they got there they made a plan to get at least five pizza boxes so everyone could have their one circle for a Frisbee. So when they saw a pizza delivery girl bringing pizza boxes, and bringing them to the car, they created a plan to get the boxes while she's going back and forth to the store to the car to get the pizza. Finally they got their boxes, they were really excited because they finally got a Frisbee to play with. But in the end they just ate the pizza and the pizza circles. The main characters in this book are Stick Dog, Karen, Stripes, Mutt, and Poo-poo. These characters don't seem real to me because dogs wouldn't be able to read, and they wouldn't be able to know about the past like ancient history. In this book, Stick Dog said,"If we are going to make a plan, we should make one without anyone getting seriously hurt." This quote is significant because its telling the reader advice about how you should work together as a team without hurting anyone mentally or physically. In the beginning of this book, Karen tried really hard to try and get her tail. All the dogs were teasing Karen about how close she was and how they thought she would get it. So they tried to get Stick Dig into it by saying that if there was a medal for chasing their tail, and not getting it that Karen would get it, then they asked Stick Dog if he agrees. He tries to spare Karen's feelings by changing the subject, and saying that she's getting faster everyday, and that she'll definitely get her tail without a doubt. This shows that Stick Dog is very kind to Karen by not hurting her feelings, and by cheering her up. I liked this book because it was funny and enjoyable enough to recommend it to other people who are interested in this book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Susan Chambers

    I wanted to like it. I should have liked it. It just didn't work. All the elements were there - dogs, drawings, snark, bad jokes which were good, heartwarming teamwork. Just never made it to amazing. I wanted to like it. I should have liked it. It just didn't work. All the elements were there - dogs, drawings, snark, bad jokes which were good, heartwarming teamwork. Just never made it to amazing.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Josephine Sorrell

    Funny but this one ended weakly.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nathan C.

    The story “Stick Dog Chases A Pizza” by Tom Watson is about when Stick Dog and his friends want to play frisbee, when they realize they need a disk to play. Stick Dog and his stray dog friends a Dalmatian named Stripes, a Dachshund named Karen, a mutt named Mutt, and a Poodle named Poo-Poo search for one in a park. Stick Dog and his friends find a box with a delicious pizza inside. They eat the pizza and want to find more. They go on an epic quest to get the tasty meal. On the way, they get int The story “Stick Dog Chases A Pizza” by Tom Watson is about when Stick Dog and his friends want to play frisbee, when they realize they need a disk to play. Stick Dog and his stray dog friends a Dalmatian named Stripes, a Dachshund named Karen, a mutt named Mutt, and a Poodle named Poo-Poo search for one in a park. Stick Dog and his friends find a box with a delicious pizza inside. They eat the pizza and want to find more. They go on an epic quest to get the tasty meal. On the way, they get interrupted by a cat distracting the nice dogs, the plans to get the pizzas are below par, and and epic game of catch. Stick Dog’s friends are not very good at coming up with strategies to get the food. Using teamwork, patience, and skill, will Stick Dog guide them to get the pizzas? The genre of the book “Stick Dog Chases A Pizza” by Tom Watson can be classified as fiction, adventure, fantasy. There is a multitude of books in the Stick Dog series. This book isn't that long, about 200 pages. It's a quick and easy read, geared toward younger children. I like this book, because of the way the doggys try to receive the food. It can hold the attention for me, which is rare because of my low attention span. Meaning that it would hold the attention of a younger audience. There is a lot of action and humor for people of all ages. The words are easily understandable and read, so that readers won't get lost throughout the amazing quest the dog's experience. I liked that it had a good plot, but I found the second half of the book two close to the last book. The thing I disliked about the story was that this book has pretty much the same plot as the two other books, but just with a new coat of paint. They followed the rules of story making and the quest was packed with a couple of ok characters that will probably will only be mentioned once. For example, in the book before this one there was a raccoon that almost stopped them from get the hot dogs. There was really a lot of style to this writing and this book is told in third person omniscient as seen from all the characters perspectives, and knowing everything. My favorite character in this the book was still Stick Dog. Stick Dog is the main character in the book series. Stick Dog is a dog with a brain when he is in a group of people who usually don't listen and have not so great ideas. When he goes on a quest with his companions, he goes out of his way to help of his companions learn to stop being stupid. He learns that humans are ignorant, and can be used to get more food. “They all began licking the cardboard” is my favorite line from the book, because it is an example of how dumb the dogs are. The fact that they are that dumb made me laugh for about 3 seconds. I can relate to Poo-Poo, because both him and I are quite dumb. I believe that this dog book is worth reading if you enjoyed the first one plot and characters.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tay

    The book "stick dog chases a pizza" had many points of view. Over all it was a good book and the multiple point of views help with the understanding of the poem a lot. I liked to see all these point of views because it gives you a good understanding of whats going on. So they story is about stick dog and his friends wanting this "saucer" or a pizza (thinking its a frisbee). But they go through all this trouble to get it. Stick dog is the main one trying to guide and more so the "leader" of the p The book "stick dog chases a pizza" had many points of view. Over all it was a good book and the multiple point of views help with the understanding of the poem a lot. I liked to see all these point of views because it gives you a good understanding of whats going on. So they story is about stick dog and his friends wanting this "saucer" or a pizza (thinking its a frisbee). But they go through all this trouble to get it. Stick dog is the main one trying to guide and more so the "leader" of the pack. From his point of view the "saucer" or pizza would be a fun toy because him and his friends were bored. Once they get it they wonder what to do now that they have thrown it around. At stick dogs point of view he wants to keep playing with it. But some of the other dogs notice it has a delightful smell and want to eat it. So its good to see who wants what and their though process of what they should do. Meaning some of the characters have seen it and know its food and others don't have a clue and only know what from seeing it fly. This effects the text because it leads to then what the ending and theme of the book is. My point of view was on both of the "sides". They could've played with it and then ate it. So I'm with most of the characters side. This is how the point of view of this book can help readers understand and comprehend the book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Ann

    This is the third stick dog book. All the books in the series follow a formula: 1) dogs are hungry and want to find food; 2)Stick Dog and his friends come up with some crazy plans; 3) the dogs eat! In addition to frisbees and pizza, I will remember this book because the dogs had compassion and wanted to rescue the kitten in the moving truck. Kids will love finding out that "dogs can read" and they will enjoy laughing at all the silliness. This is the third stick dog book. All the books in the series follow a formula: 1) dogs are hungry and want to find food; 2)Stick Dog and his friends come up with some crazy plans; 3) the dogs eat! In addition to frisbees and pizza, I will remember this book because the dogs had compassion and wanted to rescue the kitten in the moving truck. Kids will love finding out that "dogs can read" and they will enjoy laughing at all the silliness.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Yareli

    i did like it think evreyone who sees this book should read it becuases its funny and it was awesome so funny and cool its about a dog and his freidns but its about dogs and some people the come in the story but thedog stick dog fights or idk cant remember the much he chased the other people so they can give them there pizza..

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sheri S.

    I thought this Stick Dog book was mildly amusing and appreciated the few historical facts it sneaked into the story. The characters come up with very creative ways to solve problems though many of the solutions are pretty far fetched. My older daughter really likes Stick Dog and I think she will continue to read the books on her own.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christine Rains

    Stick Dog and his goofy buddies discover an empty pizza box. The crumbs and splotches are so good, they have to find some more. This is my favorite one yet in this hilarious children's series. Stick Dog and friends try to make plans to steal pizza, and the plan they eventually do go with comes with a surprise. My seven year old son loves these books. Stick Dog and his goofy buddies discover an empty pizza box. The crumbs and splotches are so good, they have to find some more. This is my favorite one yet in this hilarious children's series. Stick Dog and friends try to make plans to steal pizza, and the plan they eventually do go with comes with a surprise. My seven year old son loves these books.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Houston R

    I think That this was a d good fiction book. It was about a dog named stick dog and 4 other dogs. Stick dog and the other dogs are looking for a Frisbee, so Stick Dog makes a plan to split up and go to different places, and when they do that the other 4 dogs follow him and are confused one of them on the way there finds a pizza box, and they like shape so they are on a mission to find the pizza.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alexis Bautista

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 1.this book is about a dog named stick dog And he’s Fred’s the one to rescue the pizza.🍕 2.some of may Fred’s because this book is Funny end interests to read.🤙😎 3. A recommendation because is a good Book to read and is a fanny book😂😂

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carter

    This time, it starts with karen looking for a frissbee. Instead, she finds a Pizza Box. They decide to go and find the Pizza Palace. But it's going to be hard getting the pizzas. Kitten to rescue, and plans to make, like the... Ultimate-Pizza-Snach-o-meter? What was it called? A+ This time, it starts with karen looking for a frissbee. Instead, she finds a Pizza Box. They decide to go and find the Pizza Palace. But it's going to be hard getting the pizzas. Kitten to rescue, and plans to make, like the... Ultimate-Pizza-Snach-o-meter? What was it called? A+

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mary Thomas

    "This is dumb!" That's what I kept saying to myself as I read this book, but I was too stubborn to abandon it. I thought Wimpy Kid was definitely more funny. "This is dumb!" That's what I kept saying to myself as I read this book, but I was too stubborn to abandon it. I thought Wimpy Kid was definitely more funny.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Lloyd

    Cute book! Trying to find a new series that my 2nd graders will enjoy.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kara Seaver

    Great book funny as it being imn the perspective of the dogs

  22. 5 out of 5

    Luke blurton-Jones

    Awsome!

  23. 5 out of 5

    PottWab Regional Library

    A

  24. 5 out of 5

    Duclesjacques

    This is a entertainment 👍👍👍 for me because I 👍 it😁😁😁😁.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Annie Creato

    We just love this series in my house especially their “ideas”... which are hilarious...(Crunch, Yelp, Pizza!!!) I love how stick cat gets introduced in this one.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Harris

    Stick dog is great! I am sorry I didn't look into this fun series before Stick dog is great! I am sorry I didn't look into this fun series before

  27. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Pretty funny as a read aloud for my 1st/2nd grader and 4th/5th grader.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Val

    I love reading these books with my son. 😊 Every dog reminds me of someone I know and that just makes it funnier some how. 😂

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah LeGear

    Fun read aloud with my girls.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Trevonne Sneed

    This book was the amazing book about stick dog yet I love how they thought of plans on how to get their meal. I like the part where karen suggested a machine to get all the pizza. But what I really like about the book is that stick dog and his friends all work together. What a fabulous mind for cartoons Tom watson has.

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