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  • Jennifer Riordan

    Skippyjon Jones - worth reading with kids...we love Skippyjon Jones!

  • Caroline Miels

    Skippyjon Jones [Paperback], (childrens books, judy schachner, adventure, chihuahua, siamese, humor, childs play, fiction, mexico, action)

  • Sarah Jostad

    Skippyjon Jones, awesome kids book! a Siamese cat and a Chihuahua!

  • Kelly Thomas

    Teaching Library | Ideas and printables for kids' books, from picture books to young fiction (5-11). Popular books including James and the Giant Peach, Rainbow Fish, Skippyjon Jones, and Click Clack Moo. Many books also include YouTube videos.

  • Grafton Public Library

    Skippyjon Jones by Judy Schachner - Skippyjon Jones is a Siamese cat with an overactive imagination who would rather be El Skippito, his Zorro-like alter ego.

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  • Becky Eaton

    I love this book! I read it as a kid then read it to my kids when they were small.

  • Regina Gschladt

    I love that book too! It shows how you can accomplish a lot in a group of likeminded individuals!

  • Beth Stern Bustamante

    This was my son's favorite book. He memorized every delicious sounding word and pretended that he was actually reading!

  • Kelly Turner-Waterworth

    I also read this as a kid and then read my very book to my kids.

  • Jackie Cholewinski

    Stil have it. Read it to my kids and eventually grandkids