One Hundred and One Dalmatiansby Walt Disney Company Published 28 Jun 1989
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When the Dearly's dalmatians have their first litter of puppies-fifteen in all-everyone is delighted. But their joy is shattered when the pups are kidnapped! The humans don't have a clue as to who the culprit is, but the trail of the fur-loving Cruella de Vil, who will stop at nothing to have a Dalmatian fur coat!
"One Hundred and One Dalmatians" Reviews
It seems small elements have changed in the story. The main noticeable one, in comparison to the original from when I was a child, was instead of Cruella Deville (I am not sure about that spelling), wanting to steal the puppies to make a coat, she now wants to steal them to sell them to the circus and get "rich". To me, this makes her a little less "vicious" and "evil", and the upgrading her in villain-ness, from deplorable, to not as bad makes me like the book less. If it had stayed the same, I would have rated an extra star.
Loved by children of all ages.
Not my favourite classic. It was cute and sweet and everything I expected in a children’s classic but the wording and writing style was really throwing me off and taking me out of the story.
I don’t really have many other thoughts. It was okay. 2.5 stars
A masterpiece of children's literature. Dodie's charming and forthright narrative voice with its understated humor invites us along to enjoy the wonderful world of Dogdom.
Though it's not completely like the movie, it does hit the high points.
This book was an amazing classic which took me straight back to my childhood.
The nasty villain throughout the book creates an intense atmosphere, making you want to find out more and is therefore a great classroom read.
The book could be used great in subjects, such as English a diary entry from Pongo and Misses side about how they are feeling now their puppies have been taken away, as well as a diary entry from the puppies side as well because they don;t know where they are being taken.
Furthermore, a WANTED poster could be created in English about finding the puppies as well as getting a reward for any information given. This could be done over a few weeks and could be put up on display.
This book could also be aimed at the younger years, reinforcing the message about family and the children could act out chapters of the book and have a lot of fun with it.
Overall, loved this book and very glad I read it again as an adult!