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100 Dogs

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It's looking a bit battered after being read so much but considering it's been used by a toddler it is still readable and loved a year or so later. Follow the bouncy rhyme as it weaves its way through an array of hilarious hounds (from petted pugs to silly sausage dogs) and find out . The book has a ‘spot the lost dog’ on each page which my two year old loves to find to keep him entertained too. in this clever yet accessible picture book are all doing something different, whether it’s doing as they’re told, yapping, saving someone in the snow, flapping their jowls in the wind out of a car window or pulling a sleigh. My daughter has learnt most of the book (and it’s not a short book) off by heart and can join in with me or retell it to her brother.

Whaite’s dog illustrations are varied and characterful, really capturing the differences in dog breeds and presenting them as individual characters. Aside from the rhyming nature of the book, the bright colors and details are engaging and keep the questions flowing, we play a fun “I spy” at the end picking out our new favorite pup! Tiny tots will adore the illustrations and parents can introduce early learning skills: first steps in counting and reading through repetition and predictive rhyme.She loves dogs anyway but this is incredible and as she has started to say words it has been great for her vocabulary. Per the title, I assumed it would be a counting book, but actually while it represents “100 dogs” it does not actually count them, but represents them via lyrical rhyming text much like a Dr.

It reads with a really nice rhythm and no matter how many times we read it (and there have been many, many times) I have never become bored of it. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Ideal for kids that love dogs, this is also a brilliant rhyming book with a clever, simple premise that will become a family favourite. Follow the bouncy rhyme as it weaves its way through an array of hilarious hounds (from petted pugs to silly sausage dogs) and find out. It’s a firm family favourite and I even bought another 100 book from the same author, which is equally entertaining.Written in witty verse and accompanied by colourful illustrations, this wonderful contemporary tale is great to read aloud and ideal to show young children that stories have the power to take readers on all sorts of exciting, imaginative journeys. We follow the bouncy rhyme through the book, where dogs caper, beg and dash through a brilliant variety of scenes, mostly organised in clear horizontal panels across the pages, with a selection of full-page illustrations, too.

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Seuss book- there is no plot or storyline, but my kids (ages 7,5,3) do not mind and find it comical and entertaining to read everytime we pick it up *which has been many a time now!

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