My Doggie Brought to Me

My Doggie Brought to Me

by Pam Schiller, Robert Sanford, Robert Sanford
     
 

Perfect for lap-time reading!

The clever ending to this humorous tale about a very busy little dog will surprise and delight preschoolers – all while they enjoy the counting and “adding-on” features. My Doggie Brought to Me is easily set to the tune of “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” this

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Perfect for lap-time reading!

The clever ending to this humorous tale about a very busy little dog will surprise and delight preschoolers – all while they enjoy the counting and “adding-on” features. My Doggie Brought to Me is easily set to the tune of “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” this inviting story will quickly become one that preschoolers will know by heart!

Join Noodlebug and friends in four delightful Noodlebug® Story Books , perfect for lap time reading! Preschoolers will “use their noodle” to discover the clever twist in each of these engaging stories. Playfully told in rhyming, rhythmic language, each story can also be sung to familiar, traditional children’s songs, such as “On Top of Old Smokey.” In addition to lively, captivating art and the irrepressible Noodlebug as narrator, each story features important early literacy themes, making Noodlebug stories a favorite among parents and children alike!

Collect all four stories for your library! Also look for the Noodlebug® DVDs and CDs and Noodlebug® Activities for Hands-On Learning books!

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Vicki Foote
Noodlebug, a little green bug with glasses, introduces the story, asking, "Are you ready to use your noodle? Your noodle is your brain. You use it when you read or listen to stories." He then asks the reader to try to find him on one of the pages. Following the pattern of "The Twelve Days of Christmas," the story begins with a girl who tells the reader that on the first day of summer, her doggie brought her a branch from a sycamore tree. He continues to bring her things, (two bones, three toys, four balls, and five puppies) until the sixth day when she says, "Stop!" She tells her dog that she loves the things that he brought her, but now she wants to give him something. A beautiful picture shows the shaggy dog wearing a flamboyant hat with green feathers. After the story, the last page features Noodlebug playing the piano. He suggests the reader try singing "The Twelve Days of Christmas," and says that singing is good for your brain. Beautiful full-page illustrations enhance this delightful and educational story.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780769642765
Publisher:
School Specialty Publishing
Publication date:
05/29/2006
Series:
NOODLEBUG Story Books Series
Pages:
16
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range:
2 - 5 Years

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