A child and his mother take their dog out for her daily walk. She leaps into a smelly pond, rolls in the mud and then, when she gets home, jumps on the bed while she’s soaking wet. A warm and funny depiction of the mischief caused by a family's dog and a little boy’s delight in walking, chasing and washing her. Helen Oxenbury’s First Storybooks perfectly describe the small but memorable events of childhood. The words are a delight and are perfect for reading aloud, and the pictures warm, affectionate visions of a child’s world parents and children will instantly recognize and love.
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"Hooray for Helen Oxenbury. Her First Picture Books are a constant delight." The Times Educational Supplement "Delightfully funny pictures, good to read aloud and appealing for beginner readers too." The Sunday Telegraph "They're all funny and they're all completely true to life. Two-year-olds and over will love them." ParentsBook Description:
The reissue of a classic first storybook to celebrate Helen Oxenbury's work.
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Book Description Puffin, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0140503927