Whether by foot, boat, car, or unicycle, P D Eastman s lovable dogs demonstrate the many ways one can travel in this condensed, board book version perfect for babies and toddlers....
|Title||:||Go, Dog. Go! (Bright & Early Board Books(TM))|
|Format Type||:||Other Book|
|Publisher||:||Random House Books for Young Readers Auflage Brdbk 8 Juli 1997|
|Number of Pages||:||582 Pages|
|File Size||:||581 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Go, Dog. Go! (Bright & Early Board Books(TM)) Reviews
Another timeless classic from P. D. Eastman. He wrote and illustrated many great books and this is one of the most famous. Every American kid remembers this book. My son enjoys it immensely. It is also an excellent early reader. He is five and it was the very first book that he read cover to cover.
This is not the original book for Go Dog Go. Just find the original and stay away from the bright and early version.. So much has been left out, the original poetry and flow of the book is non existent and many illustrations and narration for learning colors, time, spacial concepts, etc have been cut out. This book is one that grows with your child, even a toddler who is not yet talking can Learn a lot just from looking at the pictures of the full version. Buy that instead. Big disappointment!
This was my favorite when I was little and now my kids love it. I highly recommend it! very enjoyable.
The book is awesome but the copy provided by the seller seems to be a pirate copy. Poor quality materials, misspelled words. The seller made a full refund without issue.
Educational,funny,easy.....I use this book for teaching English to little ones but it would be good for learning to read to.Even on Kindle pictures very clear, colours crisp and words big enough.
A classic, I bought this book again because the first one was so worn and torn from being read over a thousand times! This is always a favourite with my children, all five of them! Sent really fast and in great packaging. Great price as well.
I was well into my 30s before I realized that this was not aDr. Seuss books. Given that it's issued in the same size and binding,I'd always assumed it was written by Seuss. My realization that it was written and illustrated by P.D. Eastman cleared one of my largest childhood confusions: I *loved* Go Dog Do, and merely *liked* The Cat in the Hat.Years later I realize that Eastman's art is funny, while Seuss's is fantastic, and I prefer the former to the latter. As another reviewer mentioned, you can stare at these dogs for a long, long time. There's an incredible depth to their expressions and postures - especially surprising given the seemingly simple illustrations. (And yes, the insomniac dog who sleeps through the next morning's revile is one of my favorites, too. But so are the dogs having a party on a boat!)The repetitive narration is similarly hypnotic, and you'll quickly find some of the expressions creeping into your every day dialog.All in all, my very favorite childhood book, and one of the few that I still re-read a few times a year. END
This is the book I picked when my daughter Jesse showed signs of wanting to learn how to really read, and it was a great choice. The vocabulary is tight--71 words (I wrote them out separately to help Jesse!)--and presented very well, with simple, exciting and fun illustrations.All the activity involves dogs--blue dogs on red trees, big and little dogs, dogs in cars, in mazes, in boats and on rooftops. The text of the first five pages is: "Dog./Big dog./Little dog./Big dogs and little dogs./Black and white dogs."; this is perfect for a child learning to read, with the repetition building confidence very quickly.The artwork is good and straightforwardly entertaining; perhaps not up to Dr. Seuss' standards, but then very little is. Jesse loves this book, and recommends it as strongly as I do.