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The mayor has had enough of Dog Man's shenanigans in the ninth book from worldwide bestselling author and artist Dav Pilkey. Dog Man's really done it this time! He hands over his badge and clears out his desk, but while he may be out of a job, he's not yet out of hope. With his friends at his side, can Dog Man dig himself out of this hole and paw his way back onto the force The mayor has had enough of Dog Man's shenanigans in the ninth book from worldwide bestselling author and artist Dav Pilkey. Dog Man's really done it this time! He hands over his badge and clears out his desk, but while he may be out of a job, he's not yet out of hope. With his friends at his side, can Dog Man dig himself out of this hole and paw his way back onto the force? Dav Pilkey's wildly popular Dog Man series appeals to readers of all ages and explores universally positive themes, including empathy, kindness, persistence, and the importance of doing good.


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The mayor has had enough of Dog Man's shenanigans in the ninth book from worldwide bestselling author and artist Dav Pilkey. Dog Man's really done it this time! He hands over his badge and clears out his desk, but while he may be out of a job, he's not yet out of hope. With his friends at his side, can Dog Man dig himself out of this hole and paw his way back onto the force The mayor has had enough of Dog Man's shenanigans in the ninth book from worldwide bestselling author and artist Dav Pilkey. Dog Man's really done it this time! He hands over his badge and clears out his desk, but while he may be out of a job, he's not yet out of hope. With his friends at his side, can Dog Man dig himself out of this hole and paw his way back onto the force? Dav Pilkey's wildly popular Dog Man series appeals to readers of all ages and explores universally positive themes, including empathy, kindness, persistence, and the importance of doing good.

30 review for Dog Man: Grime and Punishment

  1. 4 out of 5

    Blob Fest!

    3 Stars Dog Man: Grime and Punishment, apparently, the 9th book, in the series Dog Man, I read it because I was super bored, and I didn't really like it much. The plot, was weird, I mean I get it it's children's book, but through every book, the plot get weirder and weirder, the whole concept does, it weird, like a lOT! The characters, seem to evolve through every book, but seem do the opposite of evolve, I don't know that word for that. I don't get it, like why. Also the villain(s) of the book, a 3 Stars Dog Man: Grime and Punishment, apparently, the 9th book, in the series Dog Man, I read it because I was super bored, and I didn't really like it much. The plot, was weird, I mean I get it it's children's book, but through every book, the plot get weirder and weirder, the whole concept does, it weird, like a lOT! The characters, seem to evolve through every book, but seem do the opposite of evolve, I don't know that word for that. I don't get it, like why. Also the villain(s) of the book, always seems to get crazier, and like, why?, and the characters don't seem to be that smart, I know it's a children's book, BUT STILL! I would've rated it higher if I was younger, I mean, I'm getting older, and this book, is just too childish for me now, but a few years ago, I would've enjoyed this a lot, and I used to read Dog Man a lot, but now, nope.... Anyways, I mean it wasn't a bad book, but it wasn't something I really liked either, and I probably won't read it again.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Grime and Punishment is full of laughs, tears, slobber, evil plans, and foiled evils plans! And—this is my favorite part—HUGE HEART! Pilkey slips important, heartfelt messages in between all the silliness. Like this one… “Sometimes all you’ve got left is HATE! I don’t know, Papa. Hate has CAUSED a lot of problems in this world…but it hasn’t SOLVED one yet.” I love that! Li’l Petey is the perfect little guy to talk to kids about loss, love, and forgiveness. The Dog Man series has become one of my favo Grime and Punishment is full of laughs, tears, slobber, evil plans, and foiled evils plans! And—this is my favorite part—HUGE HEART! Pilkey slips important, heartfelt messages in between all the silliness. Like this one… “Sometimes all you’ve got left is HATE! I don’t know, Papa. Hate has CAUSED a lot of problems in this world…but it hasn’t SOLVED one yet.” I love that! Li’l Petey is the perfect little guy to talk to kids about loss, love, and forgiveness. The Dog Man series has become one of my favorites. It’s simple, cute, and real. Dav Pilkey knows how to talk to readers and reluctant readers alike. This series is perfect for kids you have to bribe and beg to sit down and read. Dog Man will pull them in for sure! Hope YOU read, listen, and smile.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I love Dog Man so much. This one is up there with Lord of the Fleas for my favorite in the series. I laughed out loud. I shared pictures of the pages with my coworkers. I cried at the end. Listen, I wouldn't be surprised if I was secretly the leader of a Dog Man cult by this point. I will argue with adult patrons about the relative merits of the series. I have put a lot of time and effort into analyzing the books, and I could probably write an entire book-length academic thesis on Why Dog Man is I love Dog Man so much. This one is up there with Lord of the Fleas for my favorite in the series. I laughed out loud. I shared pictures of the pages with my coworkers. I cried at the end. Listen, I wouldn't be surprised if I was secretly the leader of a Dog Man cult by this point. I will argue with adult patrons about the relative merits of the series. I have put a lot of time and effort into analyzing the books, and I could probably write an entire book-length academic thesis on Why Dog Man is Good. And I can't even find the words to express why Grime and Punishment hit me so hard. I probably need to sit with someone as they're reading it in order to point out everything that I thought was important, but it would more than likely turn into me saying "SEE? SEE?!??!? NOW DO YOU SEE?!???!" every time they turned the page. I'ma need more time to process this one.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Djkls

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i will read it

  5. 4 out of 5

    Quinn

    So I'm soooooooo excited when it comes out when does it out plz tell me So I'm soooooooo excited when it comes out when does it out plz tell me

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jackson

    i have read all of dav pilkey's books and i love dog man the most! very excited![book:Dog Man: Grime and Punishment i have read all of dav pilkey's books and i love dog man the most! very excited![book:Dog Man: Grime and Punishment

  7. 4 out of 5

    Prabhjot Kaur

    Dog man gets fired by the mayor and Li'l Petey and 80-HD come up with a plan for the dog man to impersonate as a cat man. Meanwhile, Petey's father escapes from the jail again and spreads chaos on the town. Dog man impersonating as the cat man is sent undercover but he is exposed as the dog man and the mayor gets him and all the other cops and Sarah hatoff arrested as dog man's accomplices. Li'l Petey, 80-HD and Petey help turn the tables and Flippy the fish also makes a cameo as a teaches to th Dog man gets fired by the mayor and Li'l Petey and 80-HD come up with a plan for the dog man to impersonate as a cat man. Meanwhile, Petey's father escapes from the jail again and spreads chaos on the town. Dog man impersonating as the cat man is sent undercover but he is exposed as the dog man and the mayor gets him and all the other cops and Sarah hatoff arrested as dog man's accomplices. Li'l Petey, 80-HD and Petey help turn the tables and Flippy the fish also makes a cameo as a teaches to the tadpoles. Commander cupcake also shows up briefly. This was my least enjoyed story in the series so far. The main reason was the dog man getting fired and impersonating as the cat man and to make it look okay to do such a thing. This author has a vast fan following among little kids and I don't think that's the best lesson there for them. Also, the story wasn't that great as compared to other books in the series. 2 stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rick Silva

    This is the most serious of the Dog Man books so far, with a surprisingly deep examination of loss and forgiveness as the story explores the relationship between Petey and his father. Of course there's also a giant animated lunchbag destroying the city, a subplot about Dog Man being fired and returning to work in a cat disguise, and all of the usual silliness, but it's the quiet beauty of the ending pages that will stick with me. The promotional pages at the end suggest that the author is moving o This is the most serious of the Dog Man books so far, with a surprisingly deep examination of loss and forgiveness as the story explores the relationship between Petey and his father. Of course there's also a giant animated lunchbag destroying the city, a subplot about Dog Man being fired and returning to work in a cat disguise, and all of the usual silliness, but it's the quiet beauty of the ending pages that will stick with me. The promotional pages at the end suggest that the author is moving on to a Cat Kid comic series. If so, then this was a lovely and satisfying conclusion to a series that really delivered far beyond its roots as a side joke in Captain Underpants.

  9. 4 out of 5

    UHCS4

    Keep it up

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

    Read aloud to D. Can't wait for the 10th book to be published in March! Read aloud to D. Can't wait for the 10th book to be published in March!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Dav Pilkey is a gentle genius. His goofy text and sloppy style belie an ability to capture & hold a child's attention and send a meaningful message of strength, love and grace in every book of this series. There's a teacher at my school who always says "No Dog Man!" to her kids. She's obviously never read his books. I love this series and will continue to "accidentally" give the books to her kids every chance I get. Thanks, Dav, for bringing themes of redemption, compassion and forgiveness to a Dav Pilkey is a gentle genius. His goofy text and sloppy style belie an ability to capture & hold a child's attention and send a meaningful message of strength, love and grace in every book of this series. There's a teacher at my school who always says "No Dog Man!" to her kids. She's obviously never read his books. I love this series and will continue to "accidentally" give the books to her kids every chance I get. Thanks, Dav, for bringing themes of redemption, compassion and forgiveness to a children's comic series. We're the bomb!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Alberto

    This book is gonna be so so awesome

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kevin

    I WANT TO READ ITTTTTTTTTTT

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mari Bianco

    I absolutely love how Dav Pilkey manages to change up the narrative of every Dog Man with a new and creative addition. Spoiler Alert: This one was after 80-HD made a clay model of what had happened to Dog Man and Chief (because that’s how he thought it would be easiest to explain to Li’l Petey and Petey 😂), then Pilkey changes the illustrative setting to still shots of a stop-motion film, complete with a paper-bag giant, of course. And it’s brilliant! Plus, this one offered one pearl of wisdom f I absolutely love how Dav Pilkey manages to change up the narrative of every Dog Man with a new and creative addition. Spoiler Alert: This one was after 80-HD made a clay model of what had happened to Dog Man and Chief (because that’s how he thought it would be easiest to explain to Li’l Petey and Petey 😂), then Pilkey changes the illustrative setting to still shots of a stop-motion film, complete with a paper-bag giant, of course. And it’s brilliant! Plus, this one offered one pearl of wisdom from Li’l Petey: “It’s your story, Papa. You can color it any way you want.” Very true, Li’l Petey. Very true. Thank you, Dav Pilkey for always putting smiles on your readers’ faces.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Aundria Costellow

    It's like all the others It's like all the others

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rishan

    Awsome

  17. 4 out of 5

    Chris Neal

    I this this could not better .😁

  18. 4 out of 5

    Laila (BigReadingLife)

    Read with my son. Super cute and actually very sweet - made me tear up at the end!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte

    Read this at my niece’s - not even that funny - writing seems written by a six year old (but I guess what can you expect) The ending was kinda cute though

  20. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Ninth in the series. Readers see a bit more serious sides of some of the characters and the amusing antics continue as well.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Noah Kenny

    My favorite Dog Man book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Sooooo, most of these books are silly but with a good moral ending and such. But this book, man this one tackled some crazy hard topics for kids: Death and Forgiveness. The author handles this all in a way that is touch, fun, and wacky. The boys here loved it!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Aleena Ghohestani

    yHi aleena

  24. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Nowak

    how do I read?

  25. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    I can't say enough good things about this series. Once again, the ending got me choked up. It spoke to me and was absolutely beautiful! I can't say enough good things about this series. Once again, the ending got me choked up. It spoke to me and was absolutely beautiful!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Chloe Foulk

    This review is for parents looking for books for their kids to read so BEWARE there are spoilers: I was very skeptical about reading Dog Man. What the heck is a Dog Man? Why are my nieces and nephews obsessed with this aggrandized comic book? How could anything associated with Captain Underpants be good?? I have read Dog Man, repented, and now I stand on my soap box to preach to you all of its merits. It's actually quite cute and had a sweet message. One story line involves Petey and his problems This review is for parents looking for books for their kids to read so BEWARE there are spoilers: I was very skeptical about reading Dog Man. What the heck is a Dog Man? Why are my nieces and nephews obsessed with this aggrandized comic book? How could anything associated with Captain Underpants be good?? I have read Dog Man, repented, and now I stand on my soap box to preach to you all of its merits. It's actually quite cute and had a sweet message. One story line involves Petey and his problems with the father who abandoned him. His adorable son, Lil Petey, teaches him to forgive. When Petey tells his father he forgives him, I expected a cheesy hug and for everyone to go out and get tacos. BUT Petey's father laughs and cries, "Forgive me for what? I never did anything to you!" Petey leaves with his son, happy because he has forgiven his father, not because he has received anything in return. THIS was the realistic response that I didn't know I needed to hear until I read it. It was quite beautiful for a comic where a dog's head has been sewn onto a man's body... If you are unsure if this book is for your kid, the best thing to do is read it yourself! It took me less than 30 minutes to read. Age level: This is a good chapter book for early readers (1st-3rd grade).

  27. 5 out of 5

    Vivek Vikram Singh

    I read this book because I accidently picked up my 8 year old daughters kindle (who is also on my amazon account). Glad to say I thoroughly enjoyed the book and came away a little impressed by her taste in books. There is a lot of self-aware silliness which is both funny and endearing, and I was quite pleasently surprised by the depth of the issues this comic chose to deal with - loss, forgiveness, hate and mortality. I mean a children's book ending with a poem about death is surely not your stan I read this book because I accidently picked up my 8 year old daughters kindle (who is also on my amazon account). Glad to say I thoroughly enjoyed the book and came away a little impressed by her taste in books. There is a lot of self-aware silliness which is both funny and endearing, and I was quite pleasently surprised by the depth of the issues this comic chose to deal with - loss, forgiveness, hate and mortality. I mean a children's book ending with a poem about death is surely not your standard comicbook fare. I can see why so many children would love these books. To talk about serious issues without talking down and to do that in a fun wholesome way is genius! And just because I loved it so much, here is the poem once again: Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there. I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow. I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there. I did not die. "Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep" by Mary Elizabeth Frye.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Josephine Sorrell

    Pilkey’s newest instalment of Dog-man is a story and a drawing book. There are step by step instructions for drawing your own characters at the end. This time Dog Man has been kicked off the force and a mysterious, slightly slobbery cat is the replacement. Yes he’s really done it this time! He hands over his badge and clears out his desk, but while he may be out of a job, he's not yet out of hope. With his friends at his side, can Dog Man dig himself out of this hole and paw his way back onto th Pilkey’s newest instalment of Dog-man is a story and a drawing book. There are step by step instructions for drawing your own characters at the end. This time Dog Man has been kicked off the force and a mysterious, slightly slobbery cat is the replacement. Yes he’s really done it this time! He hands over his badge and clears out his desk, but while he may be out of a job, he's not yet out of hope. With his friends at his side, can Dog Man dig himself out of this hole and paw his way back onto the force? The plots explores positive themes, including empathy, kindness, persistence, and the importance of doing good. References are made to Maya Angelou, Carrie Fisher and a poem by Natalie Elizabeth Frye. The illustrations are bright, and active involving lots of slapstick humor.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Camper

    Dog Man Crime and Punishment is a very good book. I really like the underlying thing that love is more powerful than hate. I think that this theme is true in all aspects of life and this book really shows that, even though it is a comic book and doesn´t make much sense.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Gretchen Taylor

    Love Dav Pilkey, though he continues to have some disappointing blind spots around disability

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