Good Dog Carl Visits the Zoo - Board Book (Board Books)

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In this new adventure, beloved children's icon Carl has his paws full with a curious baby elephant who likes backyard wading pools, playgrounds, and fruit stands

This exciting story features iconic characters Carl and Madeleine as they visit a children's zoo and encounter different baby animals. When they leave for an ice cream cone and a walk around the neighborhood, a little elephant follows them... and gets into some mischief along the way What is a good dog to do?

Another fantastic addition to the Good Dog, Carl series, this book features appealing, nearly wordless narratives, with the lovable (and somewhat mischievous) Rottweiler, Carl, and his little girl, Madeleine.

Illustrator Alexandra Day's painterly skills are fantastically immersive and her loving portrayal of the gentle dog and his trusting child companion are as winning as ever. Perfect for young, pre-literate children and budding artists, this board book features beautiful full-page paintings and a delightfully engaging wordless narrative.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781514990032
ISBN-10: 1514990032
Publisher: Laughing Elephant
Publication Date: August 3rd, 2021
Pages: 22
Language: English

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