Littledoobiddles and Doobetterdees, The

Littledoobiddles and Doobetterdees, The

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by Michael Daniel, Chad Haney

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Children's Literature
Authored by a Texas story teller of the oral tradition, this strange tale pits the Littledoobiddles against the Doobetterdees. Written in rhyme, of sorts, the story tells of a group of people called the Littledoobiddles who seem to do nothing right in life. They are lazy, weak, boring and care little for others, versus the happy, caring, energetic, hardworking Doobetterdees. The harshly colored, overly busy illustrations depict each group in various activities with the actual people drawn as caricatures of a cross between a human being and an animal. They have tails! It is difficult to determine the point of the story. When criticism of one group is used to make another group feel superior, it sends the wrong message to children. It certainly isn't love and caring. 2001, The Doobetter Company,
— Meredith Kiger

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Littledoobiddles and Doobetterdees, The 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I met this fabulous author and think the book is even more fabulous. My daughter loves it! It is a great way to depict making good choices and becoming a happy, helpful person! I would highly recommend it! The rhythmic language is great for pre-readers!