Go Dog Go

Dr Seuss - Go, Dog. Go!

Join dogs big, little, loud and quiet, in this beautifully illustrated, timeless classic from beloved author P.D. Eastman!

Join the big and little dogs at play in this vibrant, action-packed Blue Back Beginner Book from the celebrated author and illustrator P. D. Eastman!

Using a 75-word vocabulary and clear illustrations, pre-readers are helpfully introduced to the concepts of number, colour, and opposites.

Beginner Books have been designed to appeal directly to children through the use of humour, rhyme and bright pictures that can be 'read' even by the non-reading child.

Reception: Literacy
Literacy is one of the key components listed in the early learning goals. We currently have seven free topics within this component, each one containing multiple activity suggestions. Please login or create a free account to access all these great ideas completely free anytime.

Year 1: Classical Poetry: One
Throughout our year one classical poetry topic you will learn about six different popular poems. By looking closely at old favourites such as Twinkle Twinkle Little Start your child or pupil will be prompted with questions on their understanding and interpretation of this classic.

Year 1: Tell Me A Story: One
Within this topic your child can create their own nature story walk through words and pictures. They can design their own spoon characters and make a story through discussion cards, plus more. Plus much more in this 6 activity topic.

  • Publisher: Harper Collins
  • Format: Paperback
  • Print length: 34 pages
  • Dimensions: 163x225mm
  • Reading age: 3 - 6 years old
  • Publication date: April 3, 2006
  • ISBN: 9780007225460

P.D Eastman

Philip Dey Eastman (1909 – 1986) was born in Amherst, Massachusetts, graduating from Amherst College in 1933. He studied at the National Academy of Design in New York City, and in 1936 moved to Los Angeles to work at the Walt Disney Studios. He worked in production design and story, and as an assistant animator. While at Disney he met Mary Louise Whitham, who was working in the P. D. Eastman photocolor model department. They were married in 1941. By 1942 Philip was working at Leon Schlesinger Productions (Warner Brothers Cartoons).

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