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Hot Diggity Dog
The History of the Hot Dog

by Adrienne Sylver
Illustrated by Elwood H. Smith

Did you know that the first astronauts to eat hot dogs in space were aboard the Apollo 11? The year was 1969. Did you know that each July, Americans eat enough hot dogs to circle the Earth seven times? These are just a couple of the fun facts you’ll discover in HOT DIGGITY DOG – THE HISTORY OF THE HOT DOG. The book tells the story of how the hot dog was brought to America and how it became one of our favorite foods.(from the author-Adrienne Sylver)


Play this old commercial






Hot dogs, Armour hot dogs
What kind of kids eat Armour Hot Dogs?
Fat kids, skinny kids, kids who climb on rocks
Tough kids, sissy kids, even kids with chicken pox
love hot dogs, Armour Dot Dogs
The dogs kids love to bite!

Here is a fun video someone made to match the song.


1965 Oscar Mayer Wiener commercial


Have you ever heard of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile?

Follow @Wienerbobile on Twitter

Tour the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile
Learn what a "Hotdogger is"

Visit Hot Dog City and learn more about franks.

Student Created Bluebonnet Projects:

Josue created this original idea for Hot Diggity Dog. His little story summary hot dog was cleverly labeled with the beginning, middle, and end using the parts of the bun. See the middle of the story inside the bun? How smart is this kid? Josue is also the FIRST ECDC student to meet the requirements to be eligible to receive an invitation to the Bluebonnet Breakfast.

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This was a team project created by 6th graders-Angel, Natalia, and Megan.

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Hot Diggity Dog project by Aurelio, Josue, Joseph R. and Joe B.

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TAKE Julian's Hot Diggity Dog Quiz




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Adrienne Sylver
Elwood H. Smith
Dutton Children's Books
Julian
Jose
Angel, Natalia, and Megan