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Dogman is innocent! It was really these FLEAs wore the dogman costum and robbed the bank. The judge should see what really happened and send these FLEAs to jail.
When Dog Man is sent to the pound for a crime he didn't commit, his friends work to prove his innocence. it took so long for me to get the book!!!! i dont know if it is worth it.
In Dog Man book 6, Yolay Caprese and the others at Gassy Behemoth Studios find a way to play out the almost abandoned Dog Man movie: with claymation! However, when the police station recieves the tickets, things start to go wrong.
- The FLEAS shrink Petey's giant robot and use it to masquerade Dog Man.
-The judges decide to send Dog Man to Dog Jail.
-"A buncha folks" decide to be mean to Dog Man, calling him a misfit and forcing him to find a place between humankind and dogkind.
-When they bust Dog Man and all of the inmates of Dog Jail out and go see the movie, the FLEAS strike again, setting the theatre on fire and bringing Claymation Philly to LIFE!
It's all a bit complicated, but there's a happy ending and a "Sarah Hatoff News Blog" afterword to the story that is actually pretty funny. Also, book 7 will be called For Whom The Ball Rolls.
When I first heard that Dav Pilkey had a series called Dog Man, I was like, "Okay, that sounds totally dumb!" But then my brother started taking them out of the Library, so I picked one up. I was genuinely surprised by what I read. A few of my objections were correct: it has abundant potty humour and goofy action. But I what I found was not a Captain Underpants level goofy, but a hero story that actually had some extremely positive themes and explores some big questions. Can bad people change? How far do forgiveness and love go? What does it mean to be loyal? (Spoiler ahead!) In this latest book, there is even a nod to the resurrection story in the gospel, when Dog Man lures a villain into a tomb-like mine and is ultimately trapped beneath the rubble of a cave in. He does this in order to save his friends and family, with no thought to the danger he was putting himself in. The selflessness that he shows is extremely admirable. Lil' Petey shows unconditional love toward his 'Papa', never giving up on him, even when Petey himself doesn't want to try to be good anymore.
So when you pick up Dog Man and are weirded-out by the surface level humour and action, don't give up on it. There are a few pleasant surprises beneath (some would argue far beneath) the surface.
Is this book even good? I mean the title loos great and all but.........\
B.T.W I'm 912th in line for the book
Readers of the Dog Man books will be happy with this newest adventure. All the regular friends and enemies of Dog Man are back for a story full of silly and gross moments. I love that these stories have humor for adults as well as the children. Does Dav Pilkey ever disappoint?
I love this book!!! 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999/10