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Wild and wacky art by Tedd Arnold illustrates this favorite camp song With googly eyes that move and priced at 10.95 Meet Catalina Magdalena Whoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan She had two holes on the bottom of her nose One for her fingers, and one for her toes Though she has two arms that drag along the ground, two feet bigger than a bathroom mat, and jusWild and wacky art by Tedd Arnold illustrates this favorite camp song With googly eyes that move and priced at 10.95 Meet Catalina Magdalena Whoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan She had two holes on the bottom of her nose One for her fingers, and one for her toes Though she has two arms that drag along the ground, two feet bigger than a bathroom mat, and just two teeth in her mouth, life for Catalina is full and fun Best selling author illustrator Tedd Arnold has transformed a popular camp song into a wild, wacky, happy book with a wonderful message of making the most of life and finding joy where one can And on the cover of the book are googly eyes that really move
  • Title: Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan Was Her Name
  • Author: Tedd Arnold
  • ISBN: 9780590109949
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Hardcover

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Elise Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan was her Name is an incredibly silly and fun picture book that will keep engaged from cover to cover. Although a seemingly simple children's book, it is really a coming of age story. It starts off with Catalina’s birth and through both text and illustration, tells the story of her growing up and achieving many life goals such as being a cheerleader in high school, graduating, getting her first job, and meeting a man. The whole book [...]
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Amanda Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan was her name. What a fun and goofy book! This fictional story has great rhyming and an interesting plot. With such a strange name this book was difficult to read aloud at some points. I think this book would be a great read aloud for young kids k-3.
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Kara Campfield Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
The book is all about a young girl named Catalina Magdelena Hoopensteiner Wallendinder Hogan Logan Bogan. The book introduces everything about her. At the end comes a surprise twist that you did not see coming!1. Weddings2. Body Parts3. Names
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Jenna Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
So cute! My kids love to sing along with this one!
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McKenna Friesen Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
I chose this book because it was one of the first books I remember receiving from a book order in Kindergarten. It also has a catchy song to go along with it.
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Sam McKillop Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
1. There are no awards for this book.2. This book is appropriate for first and second grade.3. Catalina is a child who is different with a long funny name, two hairs, big feet, etc. She continues to be herself and live like any of the other children. Event hough she is different, she still graduates and finds someone who loves her for who she is.4. This is an adorable book about what it's like to be different. It teaches children that just because they are different from the other kids, it does [...]
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Heather Gray Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Type of book- pictureliterary genre- fictionAwards- noneSummary- Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan was the name her parents gave her, she had two hairs one red and one black. She had two teeth one pointed north and the other south, she had big feet, and she always spoke her mind. Catalina grows up just a little bit different and meets a man and gets married. Critiques- The illustrations were so cute and I loved how this book had a bit of rhyming to it. It made the bo [...]
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Connie Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
You know how camp songs go - they're silly, they're pointless, and they're fun to sing super fast.The illustrations really help the song, showing (in comic fashion) how every verse - about how she puts her toes in her nose, about how she only has two teeth, about her enormous feet - only serves to make her happier and more successful in life. A melody and some variations on the chorus are given in the back, along with the (sweet) story of how the author (really, the compiler and illustrator) lea [...]
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Scott Pagel Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
There is fun for the whole family in this quotable and singable book. Although completely new to me, Arnold makes clear in the end notes that several variations of the Catalina story and song have been enjoyed at camp since at least the 1940s. It is easy to understand why it has been popular for generations because of its simple repeating style and the ability to add verses on a whim that will fit the pattern. Arnold’s illustrations compliment the story with just the right mix of silliness and [...]
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Judy Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
I grew up hearing this song. Dad used to sing it to us. For some odd reason, it never donned on me that other people knew the (almost) same song. Dad's version is very similar but not identical (of course):Catalina Magdalena Loopensteiner WidendinerLogan Hogan BoganThen comes the verse about her name, but instead of mother giving it to her, my dad's version said "her parents gave it to her "His second verse: She had a big pimple on the end of her nose, it went clear down to the tip of her toes, [...]
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Vivian Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Here's a link to the tune of the song that inspired this picture book (sporting irresistible giant wiggle eyes on the cover). songsforteaching/folk/Near the end of the book there is a giant double-page spread illustration of a wedding (where she'll get a new last name). The performer asked the story time attending children, "What is happening here?" and the reply was "They're getting wet!" (because it's pouring rain and the characters are stomping puddles). We all had a good laugh. The whole 'ge [...]
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Melissa Sommer Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
This book is about Catalina and how crazy she looks. Her name sounds funny, her eyes look funny, her teeth are funny looking, and everyone talks about and makes fun of her. I thought this book was interesting and very creative. I liked how the author used poetry in the text. The rhyming in the book gets the kids attention and has them laughing. I liked the message the book told. It was to make the most out of life and to have fun with it no matter how different you look.
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Heather Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
My kids really liked this but I didn't so I'm giving it 3 stars. It goes along with the song of a similar name. There are several versions- my husband's is different than this one and I'd never even heard it before. That's how uneducated I am.Anyways, the pictures were a bit much. Just too cartoony or crude or weird or whatever. They just didn't work for me. The song itself is pure nonsense. Which can be okay, but I didn't much care for the book as a whole.
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Jennie Park Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
This book is definitely a tongue twister! It's a fun book to read and has a lot of opposite vocabulary words and great rhyming schemes as well. I think the book is geared more towards younger elementary students. I would use this book as a teaching tool when learning about opposite vocabulary words and also poems/rhyming words. Great for pleasure/leisure reading as well.
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Nausheen Ukani Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
This book is definitely one for elementary students. Its a cute and funky story (also a song) that incorporates rhyming, vocabulary, and fantastic illustrations. The silly rhyming and colorful pictures will have all the students in a fun and comfortable environment. I would use it to talk about rhyming. It can also be used as a resource to talk about being unique and embracing individualism!
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Morgan Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
this book is about Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan. She has a very long name. The book is all about her from being a baby to getting married. When she got married her name changed to Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan Smith. Everybody thought Smith was a strange name.
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Briaughna Ashley Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
I always enjoyed reading this book as a child. I loved the whimsical nature of it, even though I would sometimes get tongue-tied reading the main character's name. For that reason, I wouldn't recommend this book for students learning how to read, but I think it would be fun to use as a read-aloud book.
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Linda Costello Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
One of the students in my 2nd grade placement is reading this book. I thought it was hilarious (it is great for rhyming) until I reached the end. It follows the story of a girls life. She is born, goes through school, meets a man, and gets married. The book ends with her wedding. I think this implies that a woman's goal in life is to get married. Not excited about this book.
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Shakita Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
This book is based off a song. I have never heard the song before so children who know the song may enjoy the book. She had a really long name is all I got from the book and was happy all the time. This book probaly will not make the cut into the classroom.
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Judy Magallanez Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
I love this little book. My Kindergarteners love for me to read this. The word choice is silly and also repetitive and the kids love to say the last part with me. I read it once and then sing it to them. They get the biggest kick out of it. Cute!Judy
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Karen Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
I did not know this camp song until I read the book to my son. It was fun and funny, and I promised him we would play the music tomorrow. I can't think of a better illustrator for this ridiculous song than Tedd Arnold.
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Savannah Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Hilariously funny book that i couldn't help but laugh right along with my 1st graders as i read it aloud to them. Entertainingly good book that shows how even under the weirdest of circumstances Catalina never held her head low or was insecure.
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Cana Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Mommy says: If you know the song this might be fun to read, but Mommy found it really annoying.
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Emilee M. Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
This book is about a girl with a very funny name. I loved this book because when i was a kid my dad used to sing me the song.
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Marta-Kate Jackson Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
"She had two holes in the bottom of her nose - one for her fingers and one for her toes." Rhyming doesn't get much more fun than that. Catalina is super silly and super cute!
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Kaylen Matherly Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
This would be a fun book to read in the classroom. Children would probably join in on the repetitive part of the book, which is saying the main character's long name.
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Tierra Garr Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Cute little book about a funny looking little girl who had a weird name. It is actually a camping song. I used it to talk about rhythm and poetry.
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Horace Mann Family Reading Challenge Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
I rate it five if you know the real song if you don't know the song you should learn it! K. Y
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Paula Oct 19, 2019 - 15:12 PM
Presents the words--and varying forms of the name--of a classic camp song that dates at least from the 1940s.
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Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan Was Her Name By Tedd Arnold Wild and wacky art by Tedd Arnold illustrates this favorite camp song With googly eyes that move and priced at 10.95 Meet Catalina Magdalena Whoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan She had two holes on the bottom of her nose One for her fingers, and one for her toes Though she has two arms that drag along the ground, two feet bigger than a bathroom mat, and jusWild and wacky art by Tedd Arnold illustrates this favorite camp song With googly eyes that move and priced at 10.95 Meet Catalina Magdalena Whoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan She had two holes on the bottom of her nose One for her fingers, and one for her toes Though she has two arms that drag along the ground, two feet bigger than a bathroom mat, and just two teeth in her mouth, life for Catalina is full and fun Best selling author illustrator Tedd Arnold has transformed a popular camp song into a wild, wacky, happy book with a wonderful message of making the most of life and finding joy where one can And on the cover of the book are googly eyes that really move

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