OK kiddies, today we're going to learn about sled dogs and mushing! In this delightful and energetic counting book, the story centers on preparing a sled dog team for a race. Children count paws, ears, and noses as the dogs eagerly await the starting gun. A sled dog glossary helps little ones learn mushing terminology, the parts of the rigging, and sled dog facts. The cheerful text is excellent for reading aloud and makes for a wonderful way to get children excited about counting. Michael Bania's charming illustrations exude the happy canine enthusiasm for which Alaskan huskies are known.
|Product dimensions:||10.42(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.12(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Chérie B. Stihler is an elementary school teacher and the author of other picture books set in Alaska, like The Giant Cabbage: An Alaska Folktale and Polar Polka: Counting Polar Bears in Alaska. She lives in Fairbanks, AK.
Michael Bania is the author and illustrator of Kumak’s Fish and Kumak’s House. She lived for almost twenty years above the Arctic Circle.