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Dog Wants to Play
ISBN: 9780670016334
Author: McDonnell, Christine/ Mack, Jeff (ILT)
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Published: February 2014
Retail: $6.99    OUR PRICE: $1.99
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Binding Type: Board Book
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Annotation: After being refused by lamb, calf and pig, poor Dog starts to wonder if he will ever find a friend to play with him and his big ball, in an adorable tale about a precocious pup that includes rhyming, repetitive text and colorful illustrations.
Additional Information
BISAC category: JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / Dogs
Target Age Group: Age 5-6
Target Grade: Kindergarten
Grade level: Kindergarten
Physical Information: 0.75" H x 75.00" L x 6.00" W
Bargain Category: Picture Books, Early Elementary, Board Books, Animals
Grade level(s): PreK, Kindergarten
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 2010 Spring)
In this pleasingly repetitive rhyme, a dog invites farm animals to play, but the lamb is too shy, the hare too fearful, and the chick too small. Bright illustrations hint at the next animal the dog will invite. They show him ever hopeful, then, with a page turn, dejected after each rejection, until at last he meets a child who'll play "All Day!" Copyright 2010 Horn Book Magazine Reviews.
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2009 September)

PreS-K—In this charming and simply told story, Dog approaches the farm's kitten, lamb, hare, chick, pig, and calf, who all give excuses as to why they cannot play ball with him. "'I don't dare,' says the hare. 'I'm too easy to scare.'" Dog looks utterly dejected, his head resting forlornly on a blue, starred ball, when he sees a pair of hands out of the corner of his eye. They belong to a little boy, who is ready to play "All day!" Full of life, the paintings capture the personalities of the animals, especially Dog, who exhibits expressions from hopeful excitement to sadness to joy. This is a good addition to farm-themed storytimes, especially because it is so subtle in its locale, focusing entirely on the endearing brown-and-white pup with floppy ears.—Lisa Gangemi Kropp, Half Hollow Hills Community Library, Dix Hills, NY

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