When the going gets tough, Dog . . . takes a nap
Dog can Sit.
He can Stay.
He can even Dance.
But when he's in charge, can he keep the cats in line?
All one, two, three, four, five of them?
Illustrated by Caldecott winner, Dan Santat, and packed full of slapstick silliness and utterly earnest charm, Dog will quickly wiggle his way into preschoolers' hearts.
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He benevolently eyes the five cats, and a thought-bubble shares his optimism: âFirst we will sit and then we will stay.â The cats have other plans, though, swiftly dispersing to wreak havoc on the kitchen counters and in the sooty fireplace (â âOut,â barked Dog.Apr 16 2012 | Read Full Review of Dog in Charge
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So Dog gets more treats when family comes home, and he calls the cats, “Smart Cats.Jul 09 2012 | Read Full Review of Dog in Charge
Dog can sit, stay, and even dance in a circle--all of which make him a Very Good Dog, indeed.Jun 28 2012 | Read Full Review of Dog in Charge
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