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10 thoughts on “Too Many Dogs (Step-Into-Reading, Step 1)

  1. Matt Matt says:

    Someone commented that there can never be TOO many dogs, but I might disagree when it comes to this book that Neo read There are fast dogs and slow ones, fat dogs and skinny ones even BIG dogs and tiny ones Do...

  2. J-Lynn Van Pelt J-Lynn Van Pelt says:

    This book has fun pictures with all sorts of dogs getting into plenty of trouble But, the book poses a problem because the one to two words on each page is too simple for older readers or a read aloud, bu...

  3. Lindsey Greer Lindsey Greer says:

    Super cute Great for teaching adjectives describing words A great demonstration of how they re used This is a fun book to read It has a great rhythm to it has some rhyming too Also, relatable for some kids Some kids have pets, so they would connect world to book while reading.

  4. Emily Emily says:

    This was a cute book to show all the different dogs that there are I think children would enjoy this book because of the animal aspect of the book.

  5. Talea Talea says:

    My daughter loved reading this book She is a struggling reader, the repetition helped her and illustrations kept her engaged.

  6. Cam Cam says:

    Very cute book for beginner readers You will find a lot of kindergarten lost words in this book.

  7. Rochelle Sondae Rochelle Sondae says:

    Step into Reading Step 1 Ready to ReadThis one got bumped up to a 4 star rating because the 3 year old I read it to incorporated it into his playing for the rest of the afternoon and composed a sort of song from it No, not Mozart quality It was just a silly dog or dog tune all afternoon If his song didn t rhyme the first time around he d change it to the later sequence The book is told in a similar fashion, Sprinkly dog, Wrinkly dog, scratchy dog, patchy dog , so my cousin jus

  8. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    Make sure to add this to your early reader s list There are not many books at the starting level that are engaging or fun This one is a favorite Reading Level 1st and up Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These...

  9. Becky B Becky B says:

    There are lots of different dogs at this house.This is a very simple book with a lot of different descriptors for various dogs There s the normal big and small, as well as creative descriptors like sloppy and waggy Could be used when discussing adjec...

  10. Donna Bausch Donna Bausch says:

    This is a great book for kids who love dogs and are beginning to read With only a couple words on each page and repeating ones too, this book will help kids with vocabulary It also uses descriptive and rhyming words.

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