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by Jane Cabrera
The poster-bright pictures and bouncy, simple text feature a sprightly narrator who begins, "Hello. I am dog. This is my day". The day's activities include swinging from the trees with Monkey, slithering along the ground with Snake, and hanging upside down with Bat, before heading home for his favorite pastime: playing with Daddy.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by Scholastic
(first published January 1st 1999)
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Here's another book that might best be reviewed by a child. The book shows and tells what Dog does during his day. He changes his color with Chameleon? He swims underwater with fish? The pictures are fantastic, if you can get past a dog changing color and swimming underwater, and maybe most children can do that. I did love the illustrations. They are brimming with color and are cheerful and uncomplicated. The last page is totally believable, and makes me glad I chose to read this picture book on ...more
This has been my son's favorite book since he was 3 and he still loves it at age 6. He keeps his copy in his bed and does not want to share it. He loves Dog's interactive adventures with all of his friends during his special day and loves the ending most. Another great one from Jane Cabrera.