The Hallo-Weiner

The Hallo-Weiner

Dav Pilkey / Sep 23, 2019

The Hallo Weiner Oscar is short like all dachshunds and other dogs make fun of him On Halloween he takes ridicule than ever in his hot dog costume but one brave act makes him a hero Color illustrations throughout A

  • Title: The Hallo-Weiner
  • Author: Dav Pilkey
  • ISBN: 9780439079464
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • Oscar is short, like all dachshunds and other dogs make fun of him On Halloween he takes ridicule than ever in his hot dog costume, but one brave act makes him a hero Color illustrations throughout A School Library Journal Best of the Best of 1995.

    The Hallo Wiener Dav Pilkey Books The Hallo Wiener Dav Pilkey on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Oscar is a little dog with a big problem he gets tricks than treats because other dogs tease him all the time. The Hallo Wiener The Hallo Wiener The Hallo Wiener is a children s book by Dav Pilkey The story s main character is Oscar the Dachshund named after Oscar Mayer It was published in . The Hallo Weiner by Dav Pilkey The Hallo Weiner Oscar is short, like all dachshunds and other dogs make fun of him On Halloween he takes ridicule than ever in his hot dog costume, but one brave act makes him a hero Color illustrations throughout A School Library Journal Best of the Best of . The Hallo Wiener YouTube Nov , This is a reading of The Hallo Wiener by Dav Pilkey by Lauren Ridloff and Gary Wellbrock in both American Sign Language and English Happy Halloween The Hallo Wiener by Dav Pilkey When he becomes a hero sandwich ppPilkey delivers a hilarious Halloween treat in this story about Oscar, a dachshund doomed to wear a hot dog costume on Halloween When he saves the day and night Oscar proves that while he may be short on height, he s long on heart. The Hallo Wiener by Dav Pilkey, Paperback Barnes Noble This story is fun for kids of all ages who love Halloween, Dogs, and a cleverly told tale Presented through Pilkey s humorous drawings of an optimistic, but lowly wiener dog who overcomes the teasing of friends about his unusual appearance, a well meaning mom, and a tacky costume.

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      • Dav Pilkey

        David Dav Pilkey b March 4, 1966 , is a popular children s author and artist Pilkey is best known as the author and illustrator of the Captain Underpants book series He lives near Seattle, Washington with his wife, Sayuri.


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    1. Sweet children's book about a weenie dog that helps out his pals when they are in trouble. Loved the title and how it incorporated Halloween, my favorite holiday :)


    2. All the other neighborhood dogs tease Oscar, a little dachshund who is “half-a-dog tall and one-and-a-half dogs long.” It doesn’t help that Oscar’s mother showers him with public affection, calling him “my little Vienna sausage." On Halloween, Oscar is embarrassed by the costume his mother has made – a full hot dog bun, with Oscar as the wiener dog – but he wears it because he doesn’t want to hurt his mother’s feelings. Slowed down by his costume, Oscar can’t keep up with all [...]


    3. A great tale to teach friendship & bullying to primary students, The Hallo-wiener could also be used in the classroom to teach how illustrations can help you understand the text. This non-scary Halloween-themed book is appropriate for ages 4 and up, and I would recommend it for school and home libraries.


    4. A weenie-dog that is made to wear a hot dog costume on Halloween. Who would have thought that he was the hero of this book? Cute read! Dav Pilkey can do no wrong, according to the 3rd and 4th graders that I just read to.



    5. Oscar is an adorable dachshund who dreams of Halloween, trick-or-treating and scary costumes. He even wears a "hot-dog bun costume complete with mustard" because he does not want to hurt his mothers feelings. Oscar even has to deal with some other dogs that make fun of and embarrass him. The dogs even go so far as to take all of the candy before Oscar even has a chance to get any. Yet, when the dogs jump into the pond in order to escape a spooky monster, Oscar is the one who comes to the their c [...]


    6. Poor Oscar gets picked on and called "wiener dog" by all the other dogs. He wants to be something scary for Halloween, but can't disappoint his mother when she makes him a hot dog costume. Of course all the other dogs make even more fun of him, but in the end he shows them what he's made of. This reminded me a lot of How Spider Saved Halloween. I wish I had had this all those years I was doing a Halloween storytime in my library. So much fun!


    7. I have always loved Dav Pilkey's books, including his Captain Underpant's series. The Hallo-wiener is a wonderful short story that combines humor and a life long lesson: to treat your friends nicely because they can ultimately help you in dire situations. The protagonist, a wiener dog wears a hilarious hot dog costume for halloween, resulting in other dogs making fun of him. However, when the dogs are trapped in a lake, the wiener dog rescues them. He then becomes their friend forever. I recomme [...]


    8. This is a book that describes everything children can relate to: fitting in and adapting to the social norms of peers being the main components. It is a humorous lesson in accepting everyone and not being so quick to judge because we never know when we'll need the assistance of someone else. It is also an excellent choice to read during the Halloween season when children are anxiously awaiting the wearing of beloved costumes.


    9. I've been reading this book since I was a little girl. This year I got to dress up as Oscar the Hallo-Wiener at my library for story hour. The kids loved the book and it sends such a good message. I really recommend this book for anyone who's teaching about bullying.



    10. (Per my first graders) It was awesome! It was funny. It was amazing! It was cute. We loved it! It was fun. It was really great and really funny! It was really good.




    11. This was a family favorite, so it made it's way to this list. Meet Oscar, a wiener dog who is “half-a-dog tall and one-and-a-half dogs long." With a smothering mother, Oscar is the butt of many jokes at school until a Halloween night incident helps him with his standing at school.5 stars for the conversation that can be had about bullying and fitting in. Honestly, the illustrations make me laugh every time I read this book, along with the subtle one liners that are found throughout this story. [...]


    12. I've had this story in my classroom library for years but had never gotten around to reading it! We read it as a class today and the children just loved it! I thought it was a cute story, with a somewhat important message about friendship. The only thing I would criticize is that *spoiler* in order for the other dogs to like Oscar (the wiener dog) he had to perform a pretty big heroic act. I would have loved the story to have ended on a more inclusive, love you for you, kind of feeling.


    13. Fairly typical book about being awkward and teased and how everything can be embarrassing, but the illustrations are pretty good. There are also fun little visual gags that may be easy to miss, but that can make paying close attention worthwhile, or that may be jokes that are over the child's head but work for the parent.


    14. Perennial favorite to read for Halloween story time. The class showed empathy for the little dachshund who was being bullied. The dachshund shows he is a good friend and has strong character and helps the bullies in the end.



    15. Oscar is a dachshund who gets teased by the other dogs. But on Halloween night, his costume is just what earns him respect by the other dogs.Lots of play on word situations.






    16. This wasn’t as good as I have come to expect Pilkey books to be. I can see kids liking the silliness of it though.It does tackle the issue of bullying in a way that kids will be able to understand.




    17. We checked out about 25 books from the library with a Halloween theme. This one was everyone's favorite by far.We love a good pun in this house. And Dav Pilkey can work a pun into a picture book with the best of them. The book is about a dachshund and his experiences around Halloween. His mom gets him a costume of a hot dog bun with some mustard. While many of the jokes are predictable, it's the kind of humor that just doesn't get old. And he offers other witticisms which have to be explained to [...]



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