Item description for Hot Dog (Step into Reading) by Molly Coxe...
Overview A dog tries to find a way to cool off on a hot summer day on a farm
Publishers Description Kids won't be able to resist this hilarious story about Dog, who's awfully hot and can't find any relief.
Citations And Professional Reviews Hot Dog (Step into Reading) by Molly Coxe has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Booklist - 03/15/1999 page 1337
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.05" Height: 0.16" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jul 15, 1998
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Grade Level Kindergarten
Edition Teacher's Guide
Series Road to Reading
ISBN 0307261018 ISBN13 9780307261014 UPC 033500261015
Availability 132 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 03:56.
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More About Molly Coxe
Molly Coxeis an award-winning writer and illustrator whose books have sold a total of more than 2 million copies. She is the creative director of Brave Mouse Books. She lives in Ojai, California. "
Molly Coxe currently resides in Norwalk, in the state of Iowa.
Molly Coxe has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Hot Dog (Step into Reading)?
Kids will like this one Dec 1, 2007
I am a first grade teacher, looking for books for my small reading groups. I decided not to order this one* but will keep the one copy in my library. Most my students should be able to read it independently & I think they'll find it funny. (I wasn't wild about a phrase written as a sentence in the book: In the pool.)
* I liked these better for groups:
Big Egg/ Step into Rdg. Jack and Jill and Big Dog Bill/ Step into Rdg. Big Brown Bear/ Green Light Readers
Favorite book of Step into series May 27, 2007
I love this book, and I love reading it to my 2 year old niece. For a step-into books it's cute, and humourous! My niece loves the book so much she is into her second copy. Hot Dog is about a dog that is so hot, and can't seem to find a cool place. He meets different people and animals and wants them to share their fan, or their ice cream, or their shady log- but all he hears is NO WAY DOG! Better than other step-into books - it's cute, rhymes, and has a good sharing moral at the end. It's creative, and is just plain fun to read out loud!!
Love This Book Apr 20, 2004
The illustrations in this book are hilarious, The text is perfect for children that are just starting to read.Simple one syllable words with two to three words per page. But the best part of this book is the illustrations, I just love them. The dog spends the entire book hot and trying to cool off. Every attempt he makes fails until the very end. You find your yourself rooting for the dog. This is one of my son't favorite books, he wants to read it every night.
Fun Story Aug 22, 2003
I am a Pre-Kindergarten teacher and I introduced this story to my class on the first day of school after we get in from the playground. They love it and relate to the hot little dog in the story.
This book is ideal for a child and an adult to sit and read together. It has predictable and easy words and the kids have fun watching the dog do anything to cool off on a hot day.
When I read it to the class, they enjoy it so much they take it from storytime and read it themselves. This is the kind of book that inspires young people to have a love for reading. They realize that reading is fun and can be easy too. This book was favorite from the first day.
"Hot Dog" Rates #1 in my Classroom! Sep 2, 2001
I have begun to use these Road to Reading books in my resource classroom and the students love them. They especially loved Hot Dog. Many of the words are on the state mandated word lists for K-2. The pictures are terrific and the story is interesting and funny to the kids. I thought it was great too-in fact we all fell in love with the little "Hot Dog".