Over hill and dale with little dog.
Little dog is not about to stay behind when its owner goes off for a walk in the country. But it’s quite a job for little dog to keep up as it takes a big jump to get across a divide that’s too wide; a big swim when it finds itself in water that is too deep; and a big run when confronted by a porcupine that is too prickly.
Toddlers will fall in love with little dog, whose quizzical expressions reflect the dilemmas he finds himself in. With its predictable, repetitive pattern, the text lends itself perfectly to small children chiming in. For older pre-schoolers, the simple language makes it an ideal learn-to-read book.
“… worthy additions to the shelves of libraries that serve the toddler crowd. Highly Recommended. ”—CM Materials, 05/13
“A library looking to add to its board book collection will find these a sweet addition. ” —School Library Journal, 02/14
“The two-book series … will have the little ones want to come read too. ”—Resource Links, 06/13