Go, Dog. Go!

Go, Dog. Go! by P.D. Eastman illustrates the idea that children learn best through repetition. In Go, Dog. Go!, Eastman uses colors, directional words, and other beginning-reader essentials as building blocks to craft a fantasy world where dogs do people things. In the process, young readers are engaged in a simple but fun-filled way that will have them howling for more!

Tie-in Activity: Go, art. Go! Line the bottom of a shallow box or pan with white paper. Using a non-toxic, washable ink pad and a child’s plastic car, help your child “stamp” the tires in the ink and “drive” the car around inside the box to make a work of art.