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Written in rhyme, the dog who could dig, is a wonderful bedtime reader.

The Dog Who Could Dig

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  • Jonathan Long was born in Birmingham, but spent his childhood in Nottingham. He gained a degree in English Literature at Cambridge University, and now lives in Hackney, London. He was inspired to write The Dog Who Could Dig by his mother's dog, which dug up her garden. The Dog Who Could Dig was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Award. Jonathan has collaborated with Korky Paul on several other picture books, including The Duck With No Luck and A Cat Called Scratch.

    Overall, “The Dog Who Could Dig” is a funny story that will have children and parents alike laughing at the things this dog finds. It is recommended for children of 3 – 8 years of age”.

  • “The Dog Who Could dig” has plenty of full-page illustrations, each with two or three rhyming couplets about the picture that keep the story moving.

    “The Dog Who Could Dig” is a silly little story about a dog that buried a bone just won't stop digging. He can’t remember where it is! As he looks and looks for his bone, he discovers some strange things. Finally, he finds his dinner – but it’s a lot more than one bone!

    “The Dog Who Could Dig” is a silly little story about a dog that buried a bone just won't stop digging. He can’t remember where it is!  As he looks and looks for his bone, he discovers some strange things. Finally, he finds his dinner – but it’s a lot more than one bone!

    “The Dog Who Could dig” has plenty of full-page illustrations, each with two or three rhyming couplets about the picture that keep the story moving.

    Some of the funniest ones are:
    “’Great!’ said the dog, holding out one of his paws,
    ‘Two million pounds and the bones will be yours!’”

    “’Sorry,’ said the dog, ‘I do beg your pardon,
    I didn’t expect to find you in the garden!’”

    Overall, “The Dog Who Could Dig” is a funny story that will have children and parents alike laughing at the things this dog finds. It is recommended for children of 3 – 8 years of age”.

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