Early Lit Bits: Book Review — “Snow Dog, Go Dog”

Snow Dog, Go DogSnow Dog, Go Dog by Deborah Heiligman

Tinka is a golden retriever who loves a good romp in the snow. She frolics a bit too far from home and gets lost, but ends up safe and sound by the end of this rhyming tale. This book is fun to read aloud, with a bouncy rhythm and great repetition. Look at the bright illustrations and talk about what Tinka is doing in the snow. Ask your child what he likes to do on a snowy day. Have your child point to the words that repeat on each page, and talk about the words that sound alike. Make a list together of other words that sound like “dog.” Talking about words and the sounds letters make helps your child get ready to read!

–Liz W. at KDL’s Plainfield Township branch

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