Dog's Colourful Day

Dog's Colourful Day

A Messy Story About Colours and Counting

Book - 2002
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Dog's white coat acts like a magnet for spills of all sorts in this story. Soon Dog is covered in spots made by chocolate, red jam, blue jam & more as the day progresses. Soon he is a technicolour dog with ten spots to count & ten colours to name.
Publisher: London : Puffin, 2002
ISBN: 9780613577205
Branch Call Number: E DOD
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill

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cmlibrary_ecrites Oct 24, 2017

This is a really fun book about colors. It is perfect for Story Time.

pswright Feb 25, 2017

The fun and colorful illustrations lend themselves to a variety of activities for colors as well as counting. Another delightful book from Emma Dodd!

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4LibraryFun
Feb 07, 2017

I loved sharing this book in my story times!! It created great interaction!!

vpl_childrens Dec 08, 2015

Dog has a very colorful adventure that lasts all day long. This is a great way to introduce colours and counting to young children.

mvkramer Apr 04, 2015

A great book to teach both colors and counting. If you can make a dog out of felt it's even better! I have one, and the storytime kids loved suggesting where the next dot should go. :-)

Parksville_Librarian Oct 20, 2012

This is such a fun book! It's especially fun if you have a flannel dog or dog cutout and a bunch of coloured spots for the kids to place on the dog as you read the story.

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Jun 25, 2011

This is a great story to use to make a flannelboard - it is also fun to say the colors and count the spots in Spanis

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