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Good Dog, Carl - Alexandra Day
Good Dog, Carl
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4.17 115
The favorite original story about Carl the responsible rottweiler is presented in a sturdy board book edition and follows the adventures shared by the babysitting dog and his infant mistress.
The favorite original story about Carl the responsible rottweiler is presented in a sturdy board book edition and follows the adventures shared by the babysitting dog and his infant mistress.
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Format: board book
ISBN: 9780689807480 (0689807481)
ASIN: 689807481
Publisher: Little Simon
Pages no: 40
Edition language: English
Series: Good Dog, Carl 0 (#1)
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Ellinor's Litventures
Ellinor's Litventures rated it
5.0
I usually don't like books without words but this one is definitely an exception. I really loved it! The pictures are very beautiful and you can "read" the book without having to think what the story is.And now I finally know what Nana from Peter Pan is doing all day!
Vailia's Page Turner
Vailia's Page Turner rated it
4.0 Good Dog, Carl
A fun book that works as an imaginative activity with your kids. The book shows of a dog taking after a toddler while the mother is away. He gives the boy rides, food, a bath, plays with him etc. I went through this book with my 2 younger brothers. Since the book's story is through illustrations...
Kwoomac
Kwoomac rated it
So, the mother of a young child leaves the baby in the care of her pet Rotweiler while she goes off to run some errands. This picture book has very few words. The story takes us through the many adventures Carl and Baby get into during their time together. They play dress-up and slide down the laund...
Ko
Ko rated it
One of my favorite kid's books. As an extra added bonus, after reading this book, you won't immediately think of The Omen every time you see a Rottweiler.
Melody Murray's Books
Melody Murray's Books rated it
4.0 Good Dog, Carl
I read this book with my son a million times. We had a big black dog who was an equal partner in child-rearing. Actually, she may have thought she was slightly more responsible than the humans. And she maybe was right. Many of my son's earliest memories involve Inky standing between him and danger. ...
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