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Anybody who's ever had a dog - or yearned to have one - will love these A-Z ditties about lots of different breeds of dog. Look out for the clever 'I spy' page at the end! Anybody who's ever had a dog - or yearned to have one - will love these A-Z ditties about lots of different breeds of dog. Look out for the clever 'I spy' page at the end!


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Anybody who's ever had a dog - or yearned to have one - will love these A-Z ditties about lots of different breeds of dog. Look out for the clever 'I spy' page at the end! Anybody who's ever had a dog - or yearned to have one - will love these A-Z ditties about lots of different breeds of dog. Look out for the clever 'I spy' page at the end!

6 review for Doggy ditties : from A to Z

  1. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    Children of all ages will love listening to Doggie ditties and older kids will be playfully challenged and educated as they begin to read it for themselves. Doggie ditties, to paraphrase the book itself, is more than ‘rather witty’ but really very clever. Author Jo van Dam weaves humour and rhyme into a charming book of alphabet poems. Each letter introduces a dog and it really is complete from A to Z!. There are much loved and familiar dogs such as the Labrador and Poodle, but also some unusual Children of all ages will love listening to Doggie ditties and older kids will be playfully challenged and educated as they begin to read it for themselves. Doggie ditties, to paraphrase the book itself, is more than ‘rather witty’ but really very clever. Author Jo van Dam weaves humour and rhyme into a charming book of alphabet poems. Each letter introduces a dog and it really is complete from A to Z!. There are much loved and familiar dogs such as the Labrador and Poodle, but also some unusual and often tricky names such as the Affenpinscher and the Xoloitzcuintli (van Dam helpfully includes the pronunciation for that one). Using a variety of poetic styles such as haiku, rhyming couplets and limericks the reader (or listener) is introduced to each unique doggie character by name and their very funny personalities such as Murray the Husky who loved hot curry, or Priscilla the Poodle and her boyfriend Lance from France. Children love to hear this book read to them over and over again; laughing all the way while finding their favourite dogs, learning delightful facts and interesting words. Illustrator Myles Lawford brings van Dams dogs and their unique identities to life with his emotive puppy faces and colourful, vibrant scenes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sandi Faulconbridge

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Van dam

  4. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  6. 4 out of 5

    Emily Sedz

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