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Ozzie and the art contest / words and pictures by Dana Sullivan.

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Silas Bronson Library - Waterbury JP SULLIVAN, D (Text to phone) 34005118230621 Juvenile Picture Book Available -
Southbury Public Library JP SUL (Text to phone) 34019128865805 Juvenile Fiction Available -

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Summary, etc.: Ozzie the dog loves to draw and when his kindergarten teacher announces an art contest, he is sure he will win but he fails to follow directions, loses the contest, and is sad until Miss Cattywhompus reminds him that art is not about winning.
Subject: Drawing Juvenile fiction
Contests Juvenile fiction
Schools Juvenile fiction
Dogs Juvenile fiction
Animals Juvenile fiction
Drawing Fiction
Contests Fiction
Schools Fiction
Dogs Fiction
Animals Fiction
Genre: Picture books.

Syndetic Solutions - School Library Journal Review for ISBN Number 1585368202
Ozzie and the Art Contest
Ozzie and the Art Contest
by Sullivan, Dana (Author, Illustrator)
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Ozzie and the Art Contest

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PreS-Gr 2-In Miss Cattywhompus's class of critters, Ozzie, a slightly day-dreamy dog, considers himself the art expert. When the big art contest rolls around, he figures he's a cinch for the win. Then the top prizes are announced, and he discovers to his horror that the subject of the competition was a boat and not the goat he drew. His teacher reminds him that winning isn't everything and that paying attention to instructions is its own reward. Then, just like the ever-energetic blue heeler he is, Ozzie figures out a way to make his goat picture a boat after all. While not distinguished, the bright and bouncy watercolor-and-ink illustrations portray a busy classroom and a teacher who lovingly oversees the chaos. The lessons of learning to deal with losing and the importance of listening are gently given. Ozzie's dogged persistence will find a ready audience and resonate with children who often rush in without thinking.-Marge Loch-Wouters, La Crosse Public Library, WI (c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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