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A Dog Is a Dog

A Dog Is a Dog


A Dog Is a Dog

ratings:
4/5 (92 ratings)
Length:
12 pages
2 minutes
Released:
Aug 26, 2011
ISBN:
9781452104829
Format:
Book

Description

A dog is a dog, right? Not so fast! From debut author-illustrator Stephen Shaskan comes this lively picture book that will keep young readers guessing (and giggling!) from beginning to end. With its wacky illustrations, bouncy text, and spot-on humor, A Dog Is a Dog is a fantastic read-aloud that kids will clamor to hear again and again.
Released:
Aug 26, 2011
ISBN:
9781452104829
Format:
Book

About the author

Stephen Shaskan has written and illustrated many books, and he's the illustrator of Punk Skunks and the Q & Ray series. He's also a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, an early childhood educator, and a music maker.

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3.8
92 ratings / 11 Reviews
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  • (4/5)


    This reminds me of an older wordless picture book called "Elephant Buttons." it starts with an elephant, revealed to be a lion in a buttoned-up elephant costume. And another creature unbuttons the lion costume, and so on, down to a mouse.
  • (4/5)
    This is a great read aloud story that kids are sure to love. The humor throughout the book, shown easily by the author, will keep children interested and eager to see what funny things would be on the next page.
  • (1/5)
    TERRIBLE I HATE IT NEVER READ THIS BOOK IF YOU READ IT YOU WILL NOT BE HAPPY

  • (4/5)
    when the dog turned into a cat and the cat turned into an ouctupas.
  • (3/5)
    In this book four animals are described in their various activities and ways of being. The transition from animal to animal is weird but original.
    It's a crazy but funny story, kids will be confused at first (as was I when I read it for the first time), but I think they will enjoy the pictures and the rhyming text.
    A fun way to spend 10-15 minutes.

    For preschoolers.
  • (3/5)
    This story is an adorable concept, but perhaps some of the illustrations should have been reconsidered.