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Clifford the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Quick Look. Clifford the Big Red Dog Quick Look. Clifford the Small Red Puppy Board Books: Clifford's Animal Sounds Extra Large Lying Down Clifford 30". Book - Clifford the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell Though he began as a tiny puppy, Clifford grew into the biggest dog around, and he and his owner, Emily.

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Classic Clifford reissued! It only takes a little to BE BIG! Meet Clifford and Emily Elizabeth in the original Clifford book! Clifford is big. Clifford is red. But most of all. Clifford the Big Red Dog book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Emily Elizabeth describes the activities she enjoys with. Clifford the Big Red Dog is an American children's book series about a giant red dog named Clifford. It was first published in and was written by Norman.

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As I was reading the book I enjoyed the picture illustrations by how colorful and detailed the illustrations are. Also because I thought the story was nice and interesting with Clifford the big red dog. This book can be used in the classroom by creating a lesson where the students can create a pet of their choice and make the pet big with their own story.

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This will help students be more creative and us their own imagination to make their own personal pet story to share with the class. Dec 09, Darinda rated it really liked it. A sweet and cute story about friendship. Clifford is a fun, lovable, and goofy big red dog. May 16, Ellie Slama rated it it was amazing.

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Oct 31, Adam Mann marked it as gave-up. May 18, Gary Vassallo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Had fun reading this to my 2 year old. A great book for youngsters with beautiful illustrations and an easy to follow story.

Mar 14, April Wells rated it liked it Shelves: This was a books that I enjoyed as a very young reader and I enjoyed reading it aloud to my niece. Aug 25, George rated it really liked it. Book from my childhood. Nice memories. Intriguing pictures. An all-round must read for kids. Oct 11, Brady B rated it it was amazing. Oct 08, David Blaylock rated it it was ok. The plot just didn't hold my attention.

Sep 28, Ethan H rated it it was amazing. One of the better novels that I have ever read. It has so many clear, and simple details. Overall, if you are looking for a quick, and easy read to pass the time. This book is for you. Personal Response My cousin enjoys the book. She sat down and I read it to her and then she read it to me. She really likes the pictures and colors. She thinks Clifford is an awesome book. The quality of the writing was pleasing and my little cousin enjoyed the pictures.

Plot The plot tells how Emily talks about her dog, Clifford. She says that her dog is a big red dog. She also talks about how he chases cars and chews on shoes. My little cousin loved how the pictures went with the words so she cou Personal Response My cousin enjoys the book. My little cousin loved how the pictures went with the words so she could see the plot.

Characterization Emily starts out saying good things about her dog, Clifford. She also talks about how clifford placed second in the dog show.

The words describe the characterization real well. It was perfect for my little cousin. Impacts of the Setting This story takes place in a town.

Each time and place affects the story and how Emily explains Clifford. Recommendations I would recommend this book to young boys and girls because of the pictures and words.

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Rating I rate this book a 4. I also think the pictures appealed to her and even with the words too. In all, it is a really good book. Thematic connections The thematic connection is love. Even though Clifford is a troublesome dog, Emily Elizabeth still loves him.

This can go along with how parents love their children. For example, if the kids get in trouble a lot, a parent will always love their children.

Dec 03, Rhonda Lee rated it it was amazing. Clifford is one of the most popular series for many children! I used to read it a lot when I was younger and i still would recommend it to many young readers. Clifford is one of the biggest red dog that you will ever read about. His size is enormous but don't let that fool you, he is the softest and most playful pet you could ever meet!

In this fantasy book of Clifford you will meet what kind of dog he is and the games that he enjoys playing. At first, some kids and neighbors are shocked by his Clifford is one of the most popular series for many children! At first, some kids and neighbors are shocked by his size but get to know the nice side of Clifford. All he wants to do is play and is always looking for something to do. He is a very curious dog, his owner tries to keep up with him being active all the time. Many young readers will find what sort of character Clifford really is and will enjoy it.

Clifford has illustrations that cover the full page of colorful images! It catches the attention of readers quickly so that they are instantly looking through the page for more.

First and second grade readers would enjoy reading this simple book of a big red dog. There is so much that could go along with this book besides the activities that Clifford enjoys doing but also he reacts to certain things that the children could identify while it is being read to them. Clifford helps take the steps of beginning readers learn to read their first basic words!

Jun 04, Courtney rated it liked it Shelves: I love reading novels to my children, especially when they are ones that promote more reading to my kids, because they relate to something that they already know and enjoy- like a popular kid's TV show. However, I have found that the older my son gets, the more he's beginning to realize when they just don't make since. The ending in each of these Clifford stories were abrupt and sudden, and some of the things that Emily E.

When my five year-old and point out to me that that was dangerous, I know that something just doesn't add up the way I expected it too. I love the show, they are thought out and well done; however, I felt like a few pages had been taken out each of the stories so they were all incomplete. Sep 10, Mercedes rated it it was amazing. I also read this book to my little sister.

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She loves "Clifford the Big Red Dog". I like this book and the other Clifford books Norman Bridwell wrote because they aren't all about things that are so unrealistic, except for the fact that the dogs talk to the humans and the size of Clifford. Amanda liked this book because Emily, Clifford's owner, talked about all of the things she likes to do with Clifford. My sister, including me, agreed it would be cool to have a dog that you could talk to and so I also read this book to my little sister.

My sister, including me, agreed it would be cool to have a dog that you could talk to and so big that you could ride him to school.

I would recommend this book for toddlers up to the age of 6 or 7 because the reading level is easy and the books, especially this one, are easy for that age group to comprehend what is going on. Aug 28, Kristine Hansen rated it really liked it Shelves: I sometimes wonder at what the story was behind this book.

How was it the author came up with such a monstrously huge dog as the pet for a little girl. I think sometimes that every child at some point wishes they had a pet that would be loyal and fun and also a protector from whatever bullies plague them. I think we love Clifford because he embodies so many traits of what makes the 'perfect pet. May 10, Gulzar Malji rated it it was amazing. Once there was a puppy called Clifford.

He grew and grew until he was really big. He grew so big that he could not fit in his home any longer. He is owned by a little girl who loves him more than anything in the world. When Clifford goes out, everyone is scared by him but really Clifford is a kind dog with a caring, loyal heart. This is a great EYFS book for introducing size vocabulary such as 'big' and 'small. Mar 08, David Johnston rated it did not like it. They did it in seven books.

Look how big this dog is! You just drew him big! You, on purpose just made him bigger than people! Sep 24, Ina rated it really liked it. Clifford, the big red dog, is probably one of the most loved and recognizable children's book character.

He is lovable, and like them, has trouble fitting in as he makes his way through life. His person, Emily Elizabeth, loves him and the Clifford books subtly send positive messages about caring, loyalty, friendship, and responsibility.

In this first book, Emily, introduces the reader to her dog, Clifford, and traces the ups and downs of life raising a jumbo size dog. Even though Clifford is fif Clifford, the big red dog, is probably one of the most loved and recognizable children's book character. Even though Clifford is fifty, the stories have a timelessness that still interest today's children. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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Clifford's Tricks. Clifford, the Small Red Puppy. Clifford's Riddles. Clifford's Good Deeds. Clifford at the Circus. Clifford Goes to Hollywood. Reissued in under the title: Clifford is a Star. Clifford's ABC. Clifford's Christmas. Clifford's Family. Clifford's Kitten. Clifford and the Grouchy Neighbors. Clifford's Pals. Clifford's Best Pals. Clifford's Manners. Count on Clifford. Clifford's Birthday Party.

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