The exuberant dog who first appeared in If You Give a Pig a Party is now the star of his very own book. Written in the irresistible “If You Give…” tradition, If You Give a Dog a Donut is a book fans of Laura Numeroff and illustrator Felicia Bond won’t want to miss.
If you give a dog a donut, he’ll ask for some apple juice to go with it. When you give him the juice, he’ll drink it all up. Then, before you can say “Woof,” this high-energy dog is off on a backyard adventure with his favorite human!
If you give a little one this book, he or she will want to read it from cover to cover time and time again! It’s a fantastic additon to the best-loved series that kids absolutely can’t get enough of. (Ages 2-4)
Hardcover Book : pages
Publisher: Harper Collins Childrens Bks. ( October 04, 2011 )
Item #: 13-406344
Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 9.0 inches
Product Weight: 8.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I have bought these books for the youngest of my grandchildren and this latest addition was as big a hit as If you give a mouse a cookie. The little ones love to hear these stories and the 8 year olds love practicing their reading skills by reading them out loud to the younger kids. Thanks for a great series!
Reviewer: Tracey I
My granddaughter love the series. It was the first book she wanted to read Christmas morning. Now I have to find a dog like the one in the book. We have a pig, cat, moose and mouse. Thanks for another great laptime book!
I bought my little ones these books for Christmas, and they love them! They are one and two, and we will go through them over and over. They'll swap them out. My youngest mostly likes the pictures, but he'll sit patiently while I read the words for my daughter. She tries to say the words while I read. After I finish reading about the dog and his donut, we read about the moose and his muffin or the pig and her party...I wasn't sure about these books when we ordered them, but all in all a great purchase.
We love these books. My now 7.5 year old daughter has all of the books that are similar to this such as Pig a Pancake and Mouse a Cookie. They were her very favorites as a toddler. Now that she can read on a 6th grade level, she still goes back to these for pure enjoyment. I was a bit surprised this got a bad review for not rhyming, I've never heard such a silly thing. Wasn't aware that all children's books had to rhyme.
Not the best book we have ever read. It doesn't rhyme and the illustrations are a little lackluster.