"The canine cartoons make an elementary text funny and coherent and still one of the best around."--School Library Journal.
P. D. Eastman was one of the stars of the Beginner Books line with beloved classics like Are You My Mother?; Go, Dog. Go!; The Best Nest; and more!
From the Non-traditional book edition.
A family Classic, that I used to read to my 50 year old daughter and am still reading it to young children all the time.Published 11 months ago by Susan McMurray
Quick shipping such a classic book everyone should have a copy I bought this one for a friend after talking about it :)Published 14 months ago by Lindsay
This was a favorite book of mine as a kid. I bought it for my daughter and she loves it just as much. Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2012 by Ghislaine
Although my parents frequently tell me I was reading from cereal boxes and newpapers before this, the first time I vividly remember reading a book was sitting in my Aunt's lap and... Read morePublished on April 25 2004 by Tim Brough
We have both versions of this book: the abridged board book, a favorite of my 20-month-old; and the original extended version, a favorite of my nearly 5-year-old, who can now read... Read morePublished on Sept. 29 2003 by Marie V.
This is a great introduction to the wonderful world of Dr Seuss. It's short, it's fun and the premise is less reliant on a child's comprehension skills than many of the other Dr... Read morePublished on July 9 2002 by Julia Flyte
Eastman's "Go, Dog. Go!" is a wonderful book. BUT THIS IS NOT IT! This book is a small board book that has most of the original illustrations and a completely different text. Read morePublished on April 6 2002
My 11 month old son has enjoyed this book for several months. The concise amount of text on each page is perfect for his attention span. "Go" was one of his first words. Read morePublished on March 20 2002
I have this book even though my son is not due for another week! A childhood favorite of mine- I know it has stuck in the memory of a lot of others too. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2001 by Michelle S.