Whether playing hide-and-seek among Saturn’s moons, flying kites on windy Jupiter, or spinning sideways on Uranus, these dogs know how to have fun. Along the way the dogs and the reader learn basic facts about the planets and how to identify each one. A detailed glossary is included. “An exciting visual journey.”School Library Journal
|Publisher:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||10.00(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 7 Years|
About the Author
The author and illustrator Nancy Coffelt loves dogs, and pugs are some of her favorites! She and her two dogs meet up with them on walks and in the park and, yes, have even seen them traveling down the highway in big rigs. Nancy spends her time in Portland, Oregon, having fun with her family, writing books, creating bright oil-pastel artwork for galleries, and, of course, drawing pugs.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
We picked this book up from our local library. Cute book, the pictures go great with the story being told. Even though they do look like they were drawn with a crayon. It does rhyme which is cool if you like to rhyme. You get to follow the dogs as they visit each planet and you learn which ones are hot, cold, dusty and what not. It kept K entertained because he does like to read about planets. I really enjoyed The Solar System Tour at the end of the book which gives you information about the Solar System. Pretty good read overall.