Top dog Duke and his busy crew of construction worker dogs have a big day ahead of them as they race to repair a road With miles of new road to lay, the crew gets to work using equipment like bulldozers, steamrollers, and paving trucks But what happens when a rocky hill blocks the way Time to bring in the demolition crew Beginning readers will love this I Can Read adventure starring a doggy construction crew The text and art have been gently adapted from James Horvaths picture book of the same title.Work, Dogs, Work is a Level One I Can Read book, which means its perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences....
|Title||:||Work, Dogs, Work: A Highway Tail (I Can Read Level 1)|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins Reprint, Abridged edition April 25, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||672 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Work, Dogs, Work: A Highway Tail (I Can Read Level 1) Reviews
Number Three in a series of fun books for young ones. My child has enjoyed the books during his ages 4 and 5. Introduces new vocabulary in interesting rhythm and rhymes. Story has humor and teaches friendship and teamwork. Characters have personality. Illustrations are bright and charming. Fun search game is built into each page. Great books for busy imaginations. An additional benefit? The stories and characters have kind of a retro feel - a simpler time. Dig Dogs Dig, Build Dogs Build, Work Dogs Work. Love, love, love.
Love the original and thought that was what we were ordering. Turns out this version has my child’s favorite character, the Cat, edited out of 1/2 the illustrations and it’s not as colorful.
My husband read this to my son's kindergarten class! They loved it!
We love all the books in this series. I have a toddler who is obsessed with dogs and construction equipment so this is a home run for us!
I love the authors use of poetry to talk about construction! My sons have the other books and really enjoy them! Finding the cat on every page is also something my kids enjoy!
James Horvath produces some very nice work for children. First, he does all the illustrations showing a unique style. Also, his verse lines are simple and not overdone. Children have a limited attention span, and that's why Mr. Horvath's verses are some enjoyable.
We have all these and read them every night! My son is three and loves construction, so the three "Dogs" books are in constant rotation. The rhymes are fun, there are easy parts for children to say out loud (DIG DOGS DIG! BLAST DOGS BLAST! KABOOM!!) and the illustrations are engaging and fun. We love to search for Jinx on each page. I hope more of these are in the works because they're just perfect.
Great book in the series. Writing and colors are awesome. Love Duke and his crew!