Whoa, Dog. Whoa! How to Relax: Inspired by P.D. Eastman’s Go, Dog. Go!
Do you have a child who is constantly on the go? What about you? Do you as an adult know how to relax? This fantastic book gives some suggestions on how to relax and brings in illustrations from Go, Dog Go. I think the text does a great job of making you feel relaxed but also gives you ideas of how to do that. So many Americans are so busy this is very much needed here. The same goes for kids too. The text is simple but powerful. If you loved the classic Go, Dog Go pictures from childhood. I like how they altered them a little bit to fit the text. I think each picture was chosen well for the book.
My favorite page is the one where the dogs stop at the red light and the text says, “You need to stop!” What a great way to get the reader’s attention. If they liked Go, Dog Go, they’ll love this one. I think is a great lesson for kids that sometimes it’s time to have fun and not have some of the crazy busy. This book is great for birth to one hundred plus years. Everyone could learn from this book.
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|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Random House for Young Readers|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|