[Reading] ➳ Go, Dog. Go! ➻ P.D. Eastman – 1sm.info

Go, Dog. Go! Reading Goes To The Dogs In This Timeless Beginner Book Edited By Dr Seuss From Big Dogs And Little Dogs To Red, Green, And Blue Dogs, Dogs Going Up And Dogs Going Fast Who Knew Dogs Were So Busy And Laughter Will Ensue At The Repeated Question Do You Like My Hat Like P D Eastman S Classic Are You My MotherGo, Dog Gohas Been A Go To Favorite For Over Fifty Years, Leaving Audiences Of All Breeds Wagging Their Tails With Delight Originally Created By Dr Seuss, Beginner Books Encourage Children To Read All By Themselves, With Simple Words And Illustrations That Give Clues To Their Meaning The Canine Cartoons Make An Elementary Text Funny And Coherent And Still One Of The Best Around School Library Journal

10 thoughts on “Go, Dog. Go!

  1. says:

    I know this is a classic and all, but I had a hard time making it through this book It s full of needless repetition, which makes it longer than it needs to be What s , the plot is a mess, leaping from event to event almost randomly at times I respect what the author is attempting to do here, thematically Eastman is asking bold questions about how thi

  2. says:

    Truly, nothing has captured the scope of emotion that encompasses Romance such as Go Dog Go Part tragedy, part romantic comedy this is a love story for the ages With such memorable wit and dialog such as the belly laugh inducing Do you like my hat and the heart wrenching reply, No I do not You will laugh, and you ll cry It s not all romance though, the book def

  3. says:

    Fantastic illustrations Good for teaching children about numbers and colors Hilariously humorous at few points.Do you like my hat I do not Fantastic illustrations Good for teaching children about numbers and colors Hilariously humorous at few points.Do you like my hat I do not

  4. says:

    Go Dog Go is an exciting tale about a dog on his journey through life It encompasses all of the major obstacles we confront in our modern western society from his first period to a heart attack at thirty Most of the text requires use of a dictionary however if you have an internet connection available then looking up theobscure words becomes a snap Overall, I found the overarching

  5. says:

    All of the plotlessness and pointlessness of One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish but none of the wild creativity or language play.I mean, I know an easy reader needs to have simple language, but there are tons of books that manage that without being this insipid.And why oh why does the female dog have to win the approval of the male dog by changing her hat, until they ride off into the sun

  6. says:

    A fantastic colorful book filled with wonderful illustrations and little sub stories.It stimulates a child s imagination while teaching him numbers, colours and social skills.How about the child is counting the dogs in the bed and the ones underneath the bed.Or seeing all the things the dogs are doing in their treetop party the big dogs, little dogs, yellow,red, blue, pink and green dogs.This will be

  7. says:

    Since the school year started, I ve been forced to read this to or,accurately, read along with my daughterabout 4 million times.Ok Maybe I m exaggerating.She s a BIG girl now, so they have to read for 15 minutes every day after school, which I think is GREAT Except for the part where I have to listen to this story, and others like it, for the rest of the school year.Yes, the end result hopefully, a literate ch

  8. says:

    When I first met Erika, for some long forgotten reason and situation, someone said, Do you like my hat I answered No I do not There was an awkward pause and I added, Good bye Good bye again, with some totally bizarre, guttural, kiddie voice It became a fun inside joke for Erika and me, but for the life of us, we couldn t remember where it came from It sounded familiar it didn t sound me invented, but we couldn t place i

  9. says:

    Neo literally sped through this book, leaving no word unpronounced or page unturned Dogs are all over zooming around town in cars, sometimes obeying traffic laws, but also hard pressed to listen They congregate together in parks and on the outskirts of town, reds with blacks, greens, and blues There is no rhyme or reason, but there sure are dogs Neo loved this one, even after he told me that he s read this book at school many tim

  10. says:

    The following lines from the book made it too cute Do you like my hat I do not The following lines from the book made it too cute Do you like my hat I do not

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