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Go Dog Go

  • Recommended Age: 3-For Newborns+ Year Old
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One of the best books at teaching kids color, direction, size, location and simple words WITHOUT the kids realizing they are learning.

- This hardcover edition child's book is written and illustrated by PD Eastman.
- In this story, many kinds of dogs - all shapes, sizes, and colors, engage in a variety of silly, fun-filled activities.

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Why Our Experts Love It

'Green dog, on a yellow tree.' 'Red dog on a blue tree.' 'Yellow dog under a red tree.'

- LEARN: At first, you don't realize it...but after a few times through your child will be 'reading' the book to you. It's simple, direct, repetitive nature makes this book a must have. It is hands down one of the best.

- FUN: We love this child's book because it is marvelously goofy and fun for you and your little one to read!

- HINT: Let your child take the lead when you read this simple, timeless, wonderful classic.

A little information that you may not have known about PD Eastman: Eastman worked at the story department of Walt Disney Productions, and Warner Bros. Cartoons, among other places. He was protg of Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss), and wrote many books for children, in his own distinct style under the Dr. Seuss brand of Random House, many of which were in the Beginner Books series. A few of his titles include: Are You My Mother?, Go, Dog. Go!, The Best Nest, Flap Your Wings, What Time Is It? and Big Dog...Little Dog: A Bedtime Story.

  • A great way to spend quality time with your child is reading to them and this should begin when they are infants.
  • Exposing children to books at this young age is the first step to peaking their future interest in reading.
  • Rhyming, recognizing first sounds in words, and syllable awareness are all phonemic awareness skills your child has before they are ready to start reading.
  • We do not often think of reading when it comes to our toddlers, but they start hearing about the ABCs in songs and begin gaining letter recognition starting at around 2 years of age.
  • Most children will begin to read between the ages of 5-6 years. But before they can read they need to gain the foundation of pre-reading skills.

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