Help Doug find his dog by patting, tickling and calling to the correct dogs based on Doug's clues! As the reader selects dogs, the pool narrows until a surprise ending reveals Doug's dog — and why he went missing. Featuring hilarious illustrations of funny dogs galore, this text is perfect for collaborative story time with beginning and reluctant readers.
Key Selling Points:
VISUALLY STIMULATING: Invites children to practice visual discrimination and categorization skills, as well as helps extend attention span.
INTERACTIVE AND ENGAGING: Fresh, fun, modern-looking illustrations and dynamic fonts that relate to the story will captivate children and adults alike
ADORABLE DOGS: You'll discover something new in these illustrations every time you read the book. Children will be delighted to find dogs tugging at the title, sniffing each other, and performing all sorts of canine antics!
Price Block Subscription:No
Product Dimensions:Paperback: 7.87 x 7.87 inches; Hardcover: 8.6 x 8.6 inches inches
Page Count:32 pages
Age Range:Ages 1-5 years
Awards & Accolades
A Junior Library Guild Selection, 2017
"This will be a popular choice for toddler and preschooler storytimes because it incorporates reader interaction right up until the last page" — School Library Journal
"An empathic, easy-to-understand situation and sturdy pages make this a good choice for the very young, and the rollicking watercolor, pencil, and digital-media illustrations will provide plenty of entertainment at sharing time" — Kirkus Reviews
About the Contributors
Written by - Jane Caston
Jane Caston likes reading, running and playing her flute (quite badly!), as well as being a picture book author. She lives in Wiltshire, UK, with her husband and three children.
Illustrated by - Carmen Saldaña
After studying arts, Carmen Saldaña started her career as a graphic designer at ad agencies, but currently she works as a freelancer, focusing on the field she enjoys most: illustrating children's books. She now lives in Gijon, a little rainy city in the north of Spain.