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Big Dog wants to be friends. "But what is a friend?" asks Little Dog. Readers will learn the answer in this funny, heartwarming story, now available in Spanish.
Friends have fun, Big Dog explains. They could take a train to the zoo, a bus to the boats, or a rocket to the moon. But before the friends can execute their plans, it starts to snow. The dogs go to their homes where Big Dog takes a bath while Little Dog puts on his boots to go outside.
But when Little Dog falls and is buried in snow, will Big Dog hear Little Dog's plaintive "woofs" and come to the rescue? Yes! Because friends help friends.
¡Me gusta leer! provides emerging Spanish language readers with translations of popular I Like to Read® books. The award-winning I Like to Read® series focuses on books for kindergarten through first grade. Acclaimed author-illustrators--including winners of Caldecott, Theodor Seuss Geisel, and Coretta Scott King honors--create original, high quality illustrations that support comprehension of simple text and are fun for kids to read with parents, teachers, or on their own!
About the Author
Bernice Myers began writing and illustrating children's books in the mid-twentieth century, entertaining and educating children throughout a career that spanned over 100 books. Notable titles include Not THIS Bear! a Nancy Pearl Book Crush Rediscovery, and the science-based "All Around" book series. Dog Meets Dog is her first for Holiday House. She celebrated her 94th birthday the week she finished the art.
"[The] ¡Me gusta leer! series shares fun, interesting stories filled with friendly characters that are perfect for Spanish speakers learning to read. . . . Illustrations are bright, colorful, and inviting, with stories that provide a series of fun events or positive messages. An excellent addition to Spanish early reader collections for children."—School Library Journal