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I love the mind of dogs and I find them fascinating to watch. Sometimes I feel as if I can understand exactly what they are thinking! What goes on when your dog is left alone waiting for your return? I bet you have a dog just like mine! When I was growing up, I was lucky to have Freddie, a standard size Daschund wiener dog in my family. Freddie loved to lie on his back and balance soda cans between his two front paws. He would adroitly tilt the can into his mouth and slurp up any dregs that a human might have carelessly left behind.
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The Napping House - By Audrey Wood - Kids Books Read Aloud
In the wide-awake bed in the full-moon house, everyone is restless! The moonlight is pouring in and no one can get to sleep: not Granny, her grandchild, the dog, the cat, or even a mouse. It's not until a tiny musical visitor offers up a soothing son Bestselling award-winners Don and Audrey Wood celebrate your birthday with the best party in the world! Happy Birthday to you! Today is the most exciting day of the year, and the Birthday Queen knows exactly how to fill it with fun surprises!
Audrey Wood born August 12, is a children's author. She currently resides in Santa Barbara, California. Wood's first memories of storytelling were in Sarasota, Florida , where her father was employed by Ringling Brothers Circus , commissioned to repaint the big top and sideshow murals. As Audrey became friends with the characters of the circus, she heard stories about them from the family of "little people" who lived next door to her family. She was the first of three girls. As the oldest, she began her gift of storytelling with her younger sisters.
Young readers become detectives on the quest to find the lowercase letters and will rejoice when little x finds a way to rescue his rescuers from becoming alphabet soup. The sky is as changeable as the weather — from blue sky to rain sky to dark sky and ultimately to sleep sky. A poetic depiction of the sky introduces weather and a child's day in simple, repeating language and richly colored illustrations that may inspire writing "list poems. A mother warns her seven children not to open the door in her absence, but alas, the children are duped by a tricky witch named Heckedy Peg. Told in the cadence of a folktale, this richly illustrated tale makes a fine read aloud.