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    How about "A Boy in the Doghouse" by Betsy Duffy? Its chapters alternate between the boy's and the dog's point of view. (Each is trying to "train" the other--and-in the end-they BOTH think they have succeeded.

    I used to read Beverly Cleary's books to my third graders and one year when I was reading Henry and the Clubhouse I had the students right the episode of Henry being locked in the clubhouse from Ramona's point of view! (In the book, you see the incident from Henry's.)

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