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Goat in a Boat (Frog and Dog Series #2)

Goat in a Boat (Frog and Dog Series #2)

by Janee Trasler

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Overview


Frog, Dog, and Goat find ways to stay dry in the rain, in this rhyming laugh-out-loud series for beginning readers!

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This series is part of Scholastic's early reader line, Acorn, aimed at children who are learning to read. With easy-to-read text, a short-story format, plenty of humor, and full-color artwork on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and fluency. Acorn books plant a love of reading and help readers grow!

Frog and Dog are playing in the sun with Goat. But Goat is wearing a raincoat! Dog laughs at Goat's coat. But when it starts to rain, Goat is very glad to have a coat... and a boat. Will Goat let Dog onto the boat? Discover this silly friendship series perfect for beginning readers, from author-illustrator Janee Trasler. Told in three short stories with rhyming text, simple vocabulary, and colorful artwork, this is the just-right book to grow confidence in young readers!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781338540420
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 05/05/2020
Series: Frog and Dog Series , #2
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.00(d)
Age Range: 4 - 6 Years

About the Author


Janee Trasler is a celebrated author and illustrator of many books for children. She lives in Grapevine, Texas, with her husband, John, and her two children, Bucky and Max.

Read an Excerpt

From THE SAVAGE FORTRESS:

Ash tightened his hold on the drainpipe and hoisted himself up. The pipe shook and leaned away from the wall. John had told him he regularly scrabbled up such drainpipes -- how hard could it be? But then John was half his body weight, even after all the exercise Ash had been doing.
Arms and legs wrapped around the clay pipe, Ash slowly shimmied upward. The rough surface scraped against his skin, rubbing his belly raw. Cables brushed against his back, and Ash hoped he wasn't about to be electrocuted. But the wires seemed dead, and he found gaps in the walls to push himself the last few feet. With a grunt he heaved himself over the low parapet, dropping on to the flat roof. Holding his breath and willing his heart to quieten, he heard a deep, threatening growl.
The drainpipe rattled, then tore off the wall and smashed.