A Dozen Dogs: A Read-and-count Story

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Random House, 1985 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
3 Reviews
Illus. in full color. This "is a read-and-count story featuring dogs of varying size, shape and color who weave a story of canine adventure at the beach. Each colorfully illustrated page is brimming with dogs just crying to be counted as they swim, fish and frolic."--School Library Journal.

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Review: A Dozen Dogs (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2)

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This is a level 2 'math reader'. My almost 3 year old granddaughter and I enjoyed reading this as a storybook but also it helped me help teach her to count. AND wonderful way to introduce adding and ... Read full review

Review: A Dozen Dogs (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2)

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This is a cute and simple easy to read book. This book would be great for simple addition. Read full review

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About the author (1985)

Harriet Ziefert has written many children's books for HarperCollins including What's A Vacation? and When Will Santa Come, both illustrated by Claire Schumacher, the Bear Boar Books, illustrated by Susan Baum, and Scooter's Christmas, illustrated by Rick Brown. Ms. Ziefert lives in New Jersey and Massachusetts. Simms Taback has collaborated with Harriet Ziefert on many HarperCollins children's books. Some of their titles include Noisy Barn!, Zoo Parade!, and the sticker book readers, On Our Way to the Forest and On Our Way to the Water. Mr. Taback lives in New York City.

Carol has illustrated over 200 books for children and young adults for Random House, Golden Press, Atheneum, Dutton, Scholastic and others, as well as for Bick Publishing House. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Publishers Weekly, Good Housekeeping, and Mademoiselle and is included in the Mazza Galleria Collection of illustration. She has won awards from ALA, the Christophers, and The American Institute of Graphic Arts.

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