There is nothing quite as joyful for child and grandparents as time spent together and in this classic, now available in board book format, that's just what Spot does. In typical lift-the-flap format, Eric Hill has crafted another story for our youngest readers that will engage them as they recognize such familiar figures and activities. It's amazing how much mischief a little puppy can get into while helping Grandpa in the garden and youngsters will laugh out loud as they open the flaps to discover what he had done next.
Since Where's Spot, the first in this series about this ageless little dog, was published in 1980 it has grown into a family classic passed down with love and warmth through the generations. Now in a sturdy format that will allow little ones to read it for themselves, another generation can delight in these adventures as they learn about the pleasure of books.
24 pages 978-0399230332 Ages 1-4
Keywords: dog, grandparents, multigenerational, family, family life, fun, 2 year old, 3 year old, 4 year old
Editor's note: Board book 9780241506110
Recommended by: Barbara Braxton, Teacher Librarian, New South Wales AUSTRALIA
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While visiting his grandparents, Spot helps out in the garden, gathers eggs from the henhouse, finds a ball that belonged to his mother when she was a puppy, and accidentally waters his grandpa instead of the roses.---from the publisher