Monday, April 16, 2012

Review: Dog Number 1, Dog Number 10 by Ami Rubinger


SUMMARY FROM NETGALLEY.COM:
Dog Number 1, Dog Number 10 takes readers through a world of playful pups that love to count! Each spread's rhyming text leaves out the last word, allowing little ones to chime in and shout out the missing number. The amusing illustrations provide countable clues for the numbers that have been left out.
MY TAKE:

Just like Ami Rubinger's other books, I enjoyed this one.

Dog Number 1, Dog Number 10 is part-storybook and part-activity book. Rubinger brings his usual fun rhymes to the book and illustrates them with cute, colorful illustrations. If you're a fan, this is a must-have for you.

Thanks to NetGalley and Abbeville Kids for the e-copy.

THE GOOD:
  1. It has a plot, of sorts.
  2. It's educational.
  3. The coloring is pretty.
THE BAD:
  1. Some kids might prefer a different illustration style.
FAVORITE QUOTE/S:
Ten dogs and ten cats-- I think that's plenty!
Count them all
and you get...
READ IT IF:
  1. Your child like dogs.
  2. You're teaching your child how to count.
  3. You want something you can read with your child.
RATING:
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