Give the Dog a Bone
A traditional counting song with an irreverent twist, Steven Kellogg's version of the popular nursery rhyme combines fresh text with hilarious illustrations of an ever-increasing number of clever animal companions. Kids will have a blast counting the 250 dogs in all."Verse and visuals will send readers rolling back to page one to replay this romp repeatedly." -Publishers Weekly"Energetic, engaging, and good-humored, with colors as warm as toast, Kellogg's pictures are like old friends always welcomed home for a visit and a song." -Booklist.
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GIVE THE DOG A BONEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Award-winning author and illustrator of over one hundred children's books, Kellogg (The Missing Mitten Mystery, see below, etc.) takes a familiar counting rhyme to greater nonsensical heights ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ssdaffron - LibraryThing
This book is very fun for children and very repetive so it would be of great use for young small children. It is a well written book that incorporates singing the give a dog a bone and it a great way ... Read full review